Cheltenham’s Axiom Centre sold for new homes
PUBLISHED: 10:35 10 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:35 10 May 2017
One of Cheltenham’s most notorious eyesores has finally been sold having stood empty for more than a decade following a deal brokered by Bruton Knowles
The iconic Axiom centre on Winchcombe Street was closed in 2000 leaving the period building to deteriorate.
It has now been bought by a Cheltenham developer who is excited about returning the period building to some of its former glory.
William Matthews from Bruton Knowles’ Gloucester office said: “The site has been sold with outline planning consent for 11 residential units and one retail unit. We were determined to see the property brought back to the public realm, providing the modern apartments the town is crying out for.”
Originally a corn merchants, the building comprises three stories and was built circa 1900.
The 13,105 sq ft freehold property was sold with vacant possession.
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