Do you fancy owning three terraces in Hamilton Square?

The three properties, with Grade I listed status, are currently on the market for £800,000.

41, 42, and 43 Hamilton Square are currently occupied by businesses including; D2i Systems Ltd, First Connection Ltd, Jones Kinvig Lawyers Ltd and FSP Northern Architects Ltd producing around £35,900 per annum.

Hamilton Square is the largest Grade I listed Victorian square outside of London - with 62 buildings all designed by Scottish architect James Gillespie Graham.

The period properties also have potential for redevelopment as residential apartments, serviced apartments or hotel (subject to planning) - according to commercial agent Hitchcock Wright & Partners.

Partner at Hitchcock Wright Brian Ricketts said: "This represents a rare opportunity to acquire three adjoining properties that have been in the same ownership for more than 70 years.

"The terrace of freehold period properties are currently occupied and generating a health rental income, offering an excellent investment opportunity for a prospective purchaser.

"In addition, the properties also offer future potential for alternative uses, such as transforming them into apartments or a hotel.

"There are many uses to explore at 41, 42 and 43 Hamilton Square and we anticipate a great level of interest."

For more information about this property contact Brian Ricketts on 0151 227 3400.