The property comprises a prime retail unit with first floor ancillary space set within Newbury's pedestrianised zone.
The ground floor comprises large sales area which includes staircase to the first floor, separate stockroom which could be part of the main sales space and to the rear store room and then beyond a loading area.
The main sales area includes vinyl flooring, suspended ceiling, air conditioning and Category 2 lighting. There is a level change to the rear sales area.
The stores area includes stairs down with window to the side, patch panel, main electrics, carpet to the floors and shelving.
The loading area to the rear includes vinyl floor covering, double doors to the rear as means of escape, strip lighting and shelving.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2289 )
27 Northbrook Street, Newbury, RG14 1DJ
Type: General Retail, Other, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The property is a self-contained ground floor retail unit which has the benefit of a prominent glazed double frontage. There is also a small kitchen, WC facilities and large storage area to the rear. The unit is of high quality internally and as such an early viewing is recommended. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2043397 )
137-141 Chillingham Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE6 5XL
Type: General Retail, Retail
137-141 Chillingham Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE6 5XLGBNewcastle upon TyneNorthumberlandNE6 5XL121, Chillingham Road
The property comprises a substantial industrial warehouse facility of steel portal frame construction and two storey ancillary offices. The property is situated within the established Halesfield Industrial Estate, one of Telford's 3 main industrial locations. Telford is approx 15 miles east of Shrewsbury and 17 and 33 miles north west of Wolverhampton and Birmingham. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2042638 )
The site extends to about 0.177ha [0.438 acres] and comprises the former Ferry Boat Inn, a listed building, various outbuildings and a former car park which slopes gently to the River Wensum. Parts of the Ferry Boat Inn building date back to the 17th century and there is believed to have been a pub on the site since the early 1800?s but has now been closed for a number of years.
Former Ferry Boat Inn
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Former Ferry Boat Inn, Norwich, NR1 2DFGBNorwich, NorwichNorfolkNR1 2DF204, King Street
The property represents a rare opportunity to develop a park home estate on a new site within a major town centre.
- Local Authority resolution to grant planning consent for 40 twin residential park homes - Nil affordable housing requirement - Walking distance to town centre - Defined infrastructure and preliminary works being carried out by vendor - For sale freehold or on a joint venture basis
For Sale: Prime park home estate development site
Type: Leisure Property, Licensed & Leisure
Bassetsbury Triangle, Bassetsbury Lane, High Wycombe, HP11 1QUGBWycombe, High WycombeBuckinghamshireHP11 1QUBassetsbury Lane
Monifieth is the fifth largest town in Angus Council area, and lies on the north bank of the Firth of Tay and has a town population around 8,000. Lying 6 miles east of Dundee, 2 miles east from Broughty Ferry, and 5 miles west of Carnoustie, with its world famous Carnoustie Links, this coastal town has an Open Championship qualifying links golf course, an attractive sandy beach and various nearby caravan parks. The pub lies in the town centre on the busy A930 opposite the library and 100m from the local shopping centre.
Dating from around 1910, Pipers comprises a detached 2 storey plus attic sandstone building under slated roof with side and rear single storey extensions of varying styles and construction. With two customer entrances, internally the pub is laid out to provide a main bar and connected rear restaurant with split level trading areas (total circa 110 covers), customer toilets, commercial kitchen and separate front bar/games room. The first floor provides 4 en-suite bedrooms and there are 2 rooms and a toilet in the attic. Presently closed, the pub restaurant offers an opportunity to create a traditional bar and food business, attracting a local and a tourist or caravan park trade, with either upper floor letting bedrooms or owners’ accommodation. It has previously been a restaurant (see internal photograph taken when previously trading) but the layout and distinct trading areas allow individual operational flexibility
Pipers Lounge & Kitchen, 69-73, High Street Monifieth, ANGUS, DD5 4AA
Prime Retailing Location Prominent Frontage Ground Floor 1,235sq ft Rates Exempt £10,000per annum Freehold price on Application
The subject premises are located to the south side of Channel Street opposite the Bank of Scotland and Royal Mail delivery office, within an area of existing national and local retail operators.
Galashiels is an established Scottish Borders commuter town situated some 27 miles to the south of Edinburgh and 18 miles to the east of Peebles. The town forms a major transport network for the Scottish Borders with links to Edinburgh and Carlisle by way of the A7 and to Newcastle by the A68 arterial road. It is also part of the main bus hub and will soon be the central hub for the forthcoming railway line, linking the Scottish Borders to Edinburgh.
The subjects comprise a ground floor retail unit located within a stone built property under a pitched and slated roof. The layout of the shop offers ideal retailing space with the main area being open while the rear of the subjects can be reconfigured with the removal of various partitions to create further open plan retail space.
The shop itself is relatively well appointed with a suspended ceiling with recessed fluorescent lighting and walls lined out for retail use. To the rear of the property there is a kitchen and toilet area with an access door to the rear of the property.
The subjects have been measured on a net internal area basis and are calculated to extend to the following floor area;
Ground: 114.75sqm (1,235sq ft)
The subjects have been assessed and entered not o the valuation roll wit the following NAV/RV
Our client is offering the subjects on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a negotiable term for £10,000per annum.
Offers are invited for the freehold interest ion the subjects
Prices quoted are exclusive of V.A.T
Available on request
Each party shall bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction
LBTT & Registration Dues
The tenant / purchaser shall be responsible for any LBTT or Registration Dues incurred in the transaction
By appointment via the marketing agent
TO LET/MAY SELL 10 CHANNEL ST, GALASHIELS - PRIME TOWN CENTRE RETAIL OPPORTUNITY
Type: Retail, Office, Retail - High Street, Showroom, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities
British Heart Foundation, 10 Channel Street, Galashiels, Scottish Borders, TD1 1BAGBScottish BordersTD1 1BAChannel Street
Located in the prime industrial and commercial area in Swansea Well connected with good access to the M4 Asset management and development opportunities 4 hectare (10 acre) site. - Building H is let in part to Something Different Wholesale at £55,000 per annum. Lease expires in February 2022, is outside of the Security of Tenure Provisions within the Landlord & Tenant Act, and includes the allocation of 50 car parking spaces.
The remaining space within Building H is occupied by Something Different Wholesale on a licence agreement at £43,200 per annum and is terminated by one months mutual notice. 61 Car Parking spaces are leased to the DVLA at £19,520 per annum with lease expiry in March 2021. There is a rolling one month mutual break notice.
Total rent of £177,720 per annum with full lease and licence documentation can be provided upon request.
Morganite Trading Estate, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea
Type: General Industrial, Industrial Park, Industrial
Morganite Trading Estate, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea, , Swansea
The subject site extends to 5.26 hectares (12.99 acres) of hillside grassland that is accessed via Framwellgate Peth and the Sidegate. - The subject site extends to 5.26 hectares (12.99 acres) of hillside grassland that is accessed via Framwellgate Peth and the Sidegate.
Wet-led Public House opportunity Same operator for 21 years One bedroom flat with external access included Plot size of circa 0.34 Ac / 0.14 Ha Car park for approximately 10 vehicles
Pencaitland is an attractive rural village set in the wooded countryside of East Lothian close to Haddington and Gifford. The village acts a commuter town to Edinburgh, and it also has approximately 3,500 vehicles passing the site daily (DTF,2016). The village has some local amenities such as a shop, post office and a village primary school, with secondary schooling is available at nearby Haddington or Tranent. There is easy access to the Edinburgh city centre some 40 minutes away, as well as the City Bypass and Edinburgh International Airport. The Winton Arms is a wet-led public house of traditional stone construction. At ground floor level there is an attractive main bar, which has a large timber bar servery with movable timber tables and chairs. A secondary lounge bar area provides more relaxed surroundings for patrons. A small office space, storage space and ladies and gents’ toilets area located at ground floor. At first floor level there is a one bedroom owners accommodation with a kitchen and living room. This area is accessed externally via staircase from the main street, and could be let separately. A small smoking area with outdoor seating has been created to the rear of the bar area. There is a two storey detached property which houses the cellarage accommodation, a pool room with storage located at first floor. A car park for approximately 10 vehicles is
Winton Arms, Main Street, Pencaitland, Tranent, EH34 5DN
Type: House, Residential
Winton Arms, Main Street, Pencaitland , Tranent, EH34 5DNGBEast LothianEH34 5DNWinton Arms, Main Street, Pencaitland
Compact, easily managed unit New frying range installed 4 years ago Potential for extended menu & deliveries Consistent turnover and very profitable business For sale due to retirement Offers over £325,000
The subjects comprise a modern hot food takeaway unit, trading as a traditional fish and chip shop. The premises were subject to refurbishment in the recent past, with a new frying range installed to the premises around four years ago. The property comprises a front sales area together with rear kitchen/preparation area and staff WC.
Asking Price: Offers over £120,000 are sought Not VAT payable Full let and income producing asset Adjacent to proposed bypass in prominent location Combined Rental: £14,000 per annum
The investment opportunity is located within the market town of Dingwall which is approximately 14 miles northwest of Inverness and is the main centre for the Ross and Cromarty region. The property is located just off Strathpeffer Road/A834 providing good transport links to the West Coast of Scotland. The property offers a highly prominent location with good visibility from the A834. The property is adjacent to the proposed Kinnairdie Link Road project. This proposed road will provide a bypass around Dingwall town centre and includes proposals for upgrades to landscaping. Surrounding properties are home to both local and multi-national occupiers with Scottish Vauxhall adjacent.
Investment, Former Print Works, Dochcarty Road, Dingwall, IV15 9UG
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Investment, Former Print Works Dochcarty Road, Dingwall, IV15 9UGGBHighlandIV15 9UGInvestment, Former Print Works, Dochcarty Road
This end of terrace unit comprises steel portal frame construction with internal block work and external brick walls under a pitched roof. The unit benefits from an electric roller shutter, translucent roof panels, concrete flooring, electric heating and a small office, kitchenette and WC situated by the entrance.
Externally there is car parking and loading facilities.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 4526 )
7 Brunel Business Park, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IP32 7AJ
Type: General Industrial, Industrial
7 Brunel Business Park, BURY ST EDMUNDS, IP32 7AJGBSt Edmundsbury, Bury St EdmundsIP32 7AJEastern Way
The property comprises a self-contained detached office with warehouse/industrial space together with adjacent yard and car parking to the front. Salient features:-
*Constructed circa 1990 *2 storey with brick and glazed elevations to the front *Cladding to the rear under a metal clad roof with rooflights set into the warehouse areas *Ground and first floor offices to the front *WC facilities throughout *3 phase power supply *Mains gas supply *Dedicated parking to the front
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2557 )
New Marlborough House, Arnolde Close, Rochester, ME2 4QW
Type: Office, General Industrial, Offices, Industrial
New Marlborough House, Arnolde Close, Medway City Estate, Rochester, ME2 4QWGBMedway, RochesterKentME2 4QWArnolde Close
The Firth of Clyde coastal town of Ayr is well known for its top-quality golf courses and Ayr Racecourse. Prestwick International Airport lies 4 miles north and the town has excellent road connections with Glasgow via the A77/M77. The opportunity occupies a central location 5 minutes’ walk east from the town centre and opposite Ayr Railway Station, just south of the River Ayr and Ayr College. In the vicinity are a number of modern residential developments.
This unique island site has substantial street frontage south to Holmston Road, west to Station Road and east to Mill Brae, and a total site area of approx. 1.364 Ha. (3.37 acres) It includes 4 existing buildings and a grassed site of approx. 1.25 acres with road frontage to Station Road and Mill Brae.
Workshop and offices with large self-contained yard.
The subject property provides a quality two-storey office benefiting from gas heating, surface-mounted lighting and provides a series of private and open-plan offices and meeting room at both ground and first floor with female WC and kitchen at first floor, male WC at ground floor, together with works WC.
To the rear is a substantial garage premises with internal clearance to eaves ranging between 4 metres and 6.6 metres with solid concrete flooring, inset vehicle pit, three manual up-and-over loading doors to the rear elevation and two manual up-and-over loading doors to the side elevation.
The premises have been used as vehicle maintenance and warehouse with ancillary workshop space and benefit from ample on-site car parking for approximately 14 cars to the front car park together with a large secure rear yard for vehicle storage and turning.
The adjoining dormer bungalow provides a three-bedroom dwelling benefiting from double glazed windows, gas heating, ground floor living room, kitchen, shower room, WC, cloakroom, bedroom and study. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, study/workroom, dressing room area and WC. There is a rear garden.
Workshop yard area approximately 0.78 acres.
The subject property formerly known as Brook Lane Garage fronts Hunts Lane to the west of Desford between Desford and Newbold Verdon in open countryside.
The site has superb communications to Junction 21A of the M1 motorway which is approximately 6 miles to the east and Junction 21 which is approximately 7 miles distant. The site is also approximately 8 miles to the north of Hinckley and within 10 miles of the A5.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 4274 )
Former Brook Lane Garage, Desford, LE9 9LJ
Type: General Industrial, Industrial
Former Brook Lane Garage, Hunts Lane, Desford, LE9 9LJGBHinckley and Bosworth, LeicesterLeicestershireLE9 9LJHunts Lane
The property comprises a purpose-built office building arranged over two floors. The available accommodation combines a number of partitioned offices, meeting rooms and kitchen/WC facilities which benefit from recent refurbishment. Available at a rental of £17,000 per annum. LET.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 65048 )
Eleanor House, Albert Street, Ilkeston, DE7 5GS
Type: Office, Offices
Eleanor House, Albert Street, Ilkeston, DE7 5GSGBErewash, IlkestonDerbyshireDE7 5GS5, Albert Street