A FORMER hotel in Bewsey has been put up for sale.

Heathside Guest House on Froghall Lane will be auctioned off this summer with a guide price of £185,000.

Split across four floors, the property boasts 13 bedrooms - many of which are doubles and ensuites - as well as a small courtyard, a kitchen and dining area, a utility area and 10 car parking spaces.

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Parts of the basement have been damaged by fire, but it is anticipated that the developers may want to turn the guest house into apartments, separate family homes or a house in multiple occupation (HMO).

Andy Thompson, head of residential auctions at SDL Auctions North West, said: “There are so many ways this property could be developed with the necessary planning permissions.

“It could be retained as a guest house of course, but would also lend itself well to becoming a HMO, a block of self-contained apartments or separated into houses.

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Inside the guest house

“You really need to see this property to appreciate its size and imagine the possibilities.

“Together, the two parts of the property extend to around 8,000sq ft, so there is plenty of space to work with - and the location makes it extremely attractive for various types of homebuyers and tenants.

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“Warrington Hospital is within walking distance of the property, which should make it particularly attractive to renters as many NHS staff are seeking homes within the private rented sector.”

The auction takes place at Salford Red Devils’ AJ Bell Stadium on Wednesday, June 5.

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