AN OFFICE building close to the heart of Great Malvern has been sold for residential development in an £800,000 deal.
Acting on behalf of Malvern Hills District Council, Mike Pritchard, a commercial negotiator at GJS Dillon, has sold Brunel House to Halkin Roberts.
Halkin Roberts are a joint venture between Guthrie Roberts and Halkin Development.
The two-storey building with 29 car parking spaces is located in a mixed commercial and residential area.
It was previous occupied by the district council.
Mr Pritchard said: “Following extremely high interest from all sorts of purchasers, many of which were interested in converting the building to residential or hotel use, we went to final and best offers, easily exceeding the guide price.
“Freehold property of all types is especially sought after by both developers and owner occupiers throughout Malvern.”
Proposed redevelopment of the building will be subject to planning approval.