The old Hoylake lifeboat station has been put back on the market today with an asking price of £250,000 (rightmove).
The old station has been most recently used a lifeboat museum but that closed some months ago. The property was last placed on the market in 2009. The adjacent car park (triangle of tarmac), which is owned by Wirral Council, is not included in the sale.
After the recent demise of the toilet block, (and potential Pebbles Cafe), is this an opportunity for someone to start a viable business on the promenade that might attract visitors to Hoylake?