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New owner for Bury’s historic fire station building

The old fire station in Cornhill
The old fire station in Cornhill

The former Cornhill Fire Station building in Bury St Edmunds has been bought by RO Real Estate, a UK commercial property investment and development company, for £3.425 million.

The property at 56 to 58 Cornhill is fully let to Halifax, Harriet’s Café and Laura Ashley, and produces a combined total rental income of £259,425 a year.

Richard Bourne, head of RO Real Estate, said: “This property is located in a prime pitch, within a strong performing market town with good demand and low vacancy.”


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