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New tenants wanted for historic Saville House in Malton
9:42am Friday 1st November 2013 in Business news
ONE of Malton’s landmark properties has just received a virtual re-launch.
Saville House, in Saville Street, is owned by Fitzwilliam Malton Estate with the potential for a variety of uses including a bar or restaurant or retail use.
The property is being marketed through Fleurets Leeds offices, who have revamped the particulars, giving potential tenants a “virtual” artist’s impression as to how the interior of this historic two-storey, stucco-fronted building could look.
Renovation work to the exterior of the property has already been carried out by the estate. Inside, the property offers a ground floor space measuring 1,558 sq ft. Further investment from the estate would be considered such as extending and developing the rear of the building, subject to discussion with prospective tenants.
Tobias Burckhardt, estate surveyor, said Saville House was one of the estate’s most impressive properties.
“We have changed the rent and used an artist’s impression to make it more obvious how the property could be renovated, to give it the best chance of finding an occupier,” he said.
“It has the potential to be a spectacular retail or restaurant venue.”
The property currently boasts a large open plan area, an office, kitchenette and customer toilets on the ground floor. The first floor is also open plan and a secure exterior garden can be found at the rear of the property.
Mr Burckhardt said:“The estate has carried out restoration works on Saville House and, for the right business, major improvements could be carried out, such as the removal of the internal mezzanine floor,“ he said.
“There is scope to extend to the rear, which could be carried out in keeping with this magnificent building.”
As one of Malton’s most historic buildings, Saville House was built in the early part of the 19th century and once housed Malton’s Independent Chapel.
The sandstone used to build the property is thought to be from the North York Moors and there are numerous period features which survive to this day.
To find out more about Saville House, phone Fleurets on 0113 234 0304.
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