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£4m Price Tag On Former Nurses’ Home

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BYLINE: Graeme King

The Sunday Times (London) April 27, 2008

LENGTH: 160 words

ONE of the most prominent buildings in the West End of Newcastle is on the market with offers sought at £4m. Angel Heights, formerly the Wingrove Nurses Home, has been marketed by the Angel Group, which has been using the building as a hostel for asylum seekers. The 57,100sqft, four floor building is being marketed by Lambert Smith Hampton with a range of uses mooted from student housing, through offices, and even a hotel. The striking building stands next to Westgate Road, close to Newcastle General Hospital, which is due for extensive redevelopment. Jonathan Cooper, of LSH, said: “From initial discussions with the council, they are fairly open minded on uses residential, key worker or student accommodation, hotel, or offices depending on the pur- chaser. “They want to see the building redeveloped. “Our client is seeking offers in excess of £4m. We have had quite a lot of inquiries and had two offers already but they have been rejected by the vendor.”


Written by Concerned

April 27, 2008 at 4:26 am

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