The property is a former tennis club comprising a fairly regular shaped site extending to 0.34 hectares (0.83 acres) or thereabouts in total.
Contained within the site is a single storey detached clubhouse building which is serviced by a car park from the western boundary of the property which is laid to a mixture of concrete and tarmacadam coverings and could provide parking for up to an estimated 40 vehicles.
To the east of the clubhouse are 4 no. all weather tennis courts which are securely fenced.
The car park area is relatively open in nature and is presently accessible from Queens Drive over an unadopted access road through a neighbouring site that fronts onto Queens Drive. Interested parties should satisfy themselves regarding access rights to the property.
The site also benefits a pedestrian access via a secured gateway to the eastern boundary via Sandforth Close.
The subject property is situated in West Derby, an inner city area lying approximately 3.5 miles east of the main definable city centre of Liverpool.
West Derby is bordered by the adjoining district of Old Swan and Tuebrook and like many districts in Liverpool there is no specific definition of boundaries between such districts.
The subject site is presently accessed via Sandforth Court from Queens Drive (A5058). The site can also be accessed via a pedestrian gate from Sandforth Close which is a cul-de-sac with the subject property sitting at the cul-de-sac head.
Sandforth Close and many of the adjacent streets provide for an established residential suburb with the majority of stock providing conventional family homes with some more modern apartment buildings.