The property is a character building built in 1788 . It is located in the town centre opposite the bus station and a short walk away from the main Liverpool to Manchester commuter line. The property is situated 4 miles south of the M62 junction 8. The property was built originally as the Parrs bank which was the first Parrs bank in the country and one of the 1st community banks in the region. The property provides first and second floors above the former banking hall with its own self contained access from Winwick Street. The accommodation is sub divided into a range of rooms with many original features and high ceilings which could be converted into residential use subject to the appropriate planning consent. The main property is Grade II listed .
The first and second floors are to be auctioned on Tuesday 5th June 2018 with a guide price of £250,000