Plymouth house with its own radio studio is for sale
Have you always dreamed of living in a house with your own built-in soundproof radio studio? Then this could be a great opportunity for you.
The old radio studio is a short walk from The Hoe and the city’s most iconic landmark, Smeaton’s Tower – and it’s also not far from the city center.
The building that once housed Radio Plymouth entered the property market for a low price of Â£ 300,000, and Lang Town & Country says the building lends itself (with proper planning permission and consent) for development as two separate apartments , reverting to a family residence or continuing to use it as a business unit.
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This could perhaps be the perfect location for someone with a passion for music, or someone with an interest in broadcasting, the semi-detached property has two ‘reception rooms’ which were once used by Radio Plymouth and more Recently Greatest Radio Hits like radio studios – complete with soundproofing.
The description of the three bedroom semi-detached property on Rightmove reads: “3 Crescent Avenue Mews is in a fabulous central location, within walking distance of the historic Barbican and Hoe with a range of bars, cafes and restaurants. The leisure facilities at the edge of Plymouth University, Plymouth Art College, Barcode and the city center are located nearby and offer an excellent range of amenities including shops, Drake Circus shopping center, Theater Royal , cafes and restaurants.
âThe town of Lang and the country are delighted to present to the market a unique opportunity to acquire this spacious and conveniently located business unit within walking distance of Plymouth Hoe and the town center.
He continues: âBeing offered to the market with vacant possession and no forward channels, this spacious semi-detached property, the former home of ‘Greatest Hits Radio’ lends itself (with the relevant building permit and consent) to transform into two separate apartments, transforming return to a family residence or continue to use it as a business unit.
“The accommodation on the ground floor includes an entrance porch, 2 x WC, reception rooms where there is also a kitchen area.
âOn the ground floor there are 2 further reception rooms which are currently used as recording / radio studios. There is also useful storage space with a skylight above.
“Stairs lead up to the first floor where there are 2 further rooms, offering more opportunity and potential. Outside there is off road parking for up to 4 vehicles. The property benefits from central heating throughout. gas.”
You can see this property on the Rightmove website.
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