An historic former General Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil is going under the hammer next month with Paul Fosh auctions.
Built in 1888, mainly by the efforts of Sir W.T.Lewis (Lord Merthyr), who obtained financial support from the Marquess of Bute, and by public subscription, the building was a beauty:
However, since being closed it has lain empty for over two decades.
In 2016, planning permission was granted to turn the landmark 23,000 sq ft building on Alexandra Road into 23 homes. Nine one-bedroom homes, 10 two-bedroom homes and four three-bedroom homes.
The auction catalogue says the building is conveniently situated for access to Merthyr Tydfil town centre, retail parks and road links. The property occupies a prominent corner position with car park and is situated in a well established residential location.
The site measures approximately 23,350 Sq Ft (2169.21 Sq m).
With planning in place, this development could be truly gorgeous!
For more information contact Paul Fosh auctions