* Portfolio of 33 flats positioned in a purpose built development. * Situated close to Bolton town centre, in Lancashire. * Current contracted rent of £140,592 per annum with potential to increase this following obtaining full occupancy. * The freehold is also available to purchase.
For Sale - Portfolio of 33 Flats
Type: Flat, Residential
Hill View Court, BL1 8NTGBBoltonLancashireBL1 8NT1, Hill View Court
• Highly visible location on the busy M74 (Jct. 5)/A725 intersection • Located at the northern entrance to Strathclyde Country Park and M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park • Available with the benefit of a leading brand franchise • To be offered for sale free of current Hotel Management Agreement • Purpose built hotel offering 120 bedrooms • Long Leasehold – expires 2120
Holiday Inn Express Strathclyde Park, M74 Jct. 5
Strathclyde Country Park, Hamilton Road, ML1 3RBGBMotherwellNorth LanarkshireML1 3RBHamilton Road
* Freehold Grade II Listed large period village residence * Established use as an Education Centre * Further upgraded detached Bunkhouse sleeping 27 * 2.43 hectares (6 acres) of grounds including walled garden and outbuildings * Nearby mountains and rivers for walking, cycling and canoeing * Close to book town of Hay-on-Wye and National Park
LOCATION The property is located in a prominent trading position fronting the Kew Road, close to its junction with the A316 (Richmond Circus roundabout), within close proximity of a number of local retailers and restaurants. The property is within walking distance of Richmond Station, providing both Overground and Underground services (District Line).
DESCRIPTION & FLOOR AREAS The property comprises of a retail unit on the ground floor with a basement, and benefits from a Kitchenette and WC.
The premises have the following approximate net internal floor areas:
Floor SQ FT SQM Ground 546 50.76 Basement 242 22.50
TERMS Freehold for sale with vacant possession.
BUSINESS RATES The property has a Rateable Value of £15,000. Prospective tenants are advised to make their own enquiries with the London Borough of Richmond.
LEGAL COSTS Each party to bear their own legal costs.
VAT The property is VAT eletcted.
VIEWINGS For further information please contact sole agents:
Michael Rogers LLP Ross Dipple Ross.email@example.com 020 8332 7788
Niall Christian Niall.firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8332 7788
Location: The building occupies a prominent position in the North-East corner of Twickenham Green and is situated at the entrance of an established commercial scheme. Twickenham is an affluent mixed use town and is a strong suburban commercial centre located in the South West of London close to the M3, M25 and Heathrow airport. The town lies on the main A316 which provides direct access onto the M3. The property is approximately 1 mile from the town centre in an established commercial location with a good aspect over Twickenham Green.
Description: The building was constructed in the late 1980’s. The building has recently under gone an extensive refurbishment and benefits from the following; -
• Comfort cooling and heating • 12 Car parking spaces • Timber and carpeted flooring • Garden • Kitchen facilities • Gym • WCs
The available office accommodation is over ground and first floor to provide the following approximate net internal floor area:
FLOOR SQ FT SQ M Reception 251 23.35 Ground 2,379 220.97 First 2,479 230.28 TOTAL 5,109 474.60
Terms: The property is available on a new Full Repairing and Insuring lease for a term by arrangement.
Rent: £35 per Sq ft.
Business Rates: The property has a rateable value of £82,000 which gives rates payable of £39,278 per annum. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.
Legal Costs: Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs.
102 The Green Twickenham
Type: Office, Offices
102 The Green, TW2 5AGGBTwickenhamGreater LondonTW2 5AG102, The Green
Location Hampton Hill is located three miles West of Kingston Upon Thames in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. The area is well connected with mainland stations at Fulwell and Hampton both just over a mile away, serving Waterloo. Hampton Hill provides a range of local shops and amenities. Bushy Park is opposite with an entrance a short distance away. Junction 1 of the M3 is some three miles’ distance.
Description The accommodation consists of several buildings which are used as stores, workshops and offices.
We understand this commercial premises has the following approximate floor areas: -
Floor SQ FT SQ M Ground Workshop 1,694.50 157.40 Ground Stores 792.23 73.60 Ground Store 612.58 56.91 Ground Office 315.950 29.35 Ground Stores 898.15 83.44 First Stores 885.88 82.30 Ground Storage Container 315.17 29.28 Store 81.05 7.53 Ground Storage Container 157.60 14.64 Total 5,753.11 534.45
The property is available for sale or to let. Terms upon application.
We are advised that the property has a rateable value of £31,500. You are advised to make your own enquiries with Richmond council.
Each party to cover their own legal costs.
1 High Street Hampton Hill
Type: Storage, Industrial
1 High Street, TW12 1NAGBHamptonGreater LondonTW12 1NA1, High Street
A dual fronted ground floor commercial unit measuring approximately 818 sqft. The unit is part of ‘The Tea Factory’ development located in the heart of the Brockley Cross regeneration area. The property is fitted out with a W/C and kitchen ready for immediate occupation. We understand the property has A3 use (restaurant), and with the opening hours of 8am - 11pm. It also benefits from electronic security shutters to the door and windows fronting Endwell Road.
Ground Floor, The Tea Factory, 110 Endwell Road, Brockley, London SE4
The Elephant & Castle is a Grade II Listed building part two & three story together with single storey stone barns, gardens, outbuildings and yard/parking area dating from the late 17th Century. The accommodation comprises a net internal area as measured from the attached plans of circa 7,360 sq ft, situated on a corner/three frontage site of 0.237 acres. The existing accommodation includes a Public House Lounge and Bar together with residential accommodation currently used for residential letting purposes together with a large residential stone cottage.
The property is brownfield (policy BSC2) and situated within Banbury Town Centre and its proposed redevelopment and refurbishment will be in accordance with the relevant policies of the adopted Cherwell Local Plan 2011-2031 (Part 1, Section B) www.cherwell.gov.uk.
The Elephant & Castle and site is situated close to Banbury town centre and within a site above Banbury’s railway and bus stations.
The property is prominently situated within a mixed use area incorporating residential, retail and office buildings fronting Waterperry Court and a small public green strategically situated on the corner of Middleton Road and The Causeway.
The Elephant & Castle, Middleton Road, Banbury, OX16 4QQ
Comprises a substantial, detached warehouse / industrial premises with four storey office accommodation and large yard / car park. The warehouse accommodation is of steel portal frame construction with concrete floor and corrugated metal clad elevations, surmounted by a pitched roof and parapet.
- Established industrial location with excellent transport links - Located in close proximity to Junction 4 of the M54 motorway - G.I.A.7,595 sq. m. (81,753 sq. ft.) - Part occupied by Entanet International Ltd at a passing rent of £62,700 p.a. - Site area 1.97 ha (4.88 acres) - Redevelopment / extension potential subject to planning - Offers invited in excess of £2,000,000
Warehouse / Industrial Premises in Telford
Type: General Industrial, Distribution Warehouse, Industrial
, Telford, TF3 3ATGBTelford and Wrekin, TelfordShropshireTF3 3ATStafford Park 6
Outstanding county style hotel with self-catering chalet complex for sale in Royal Deeside. Outstanding Royal Deeside country style hotel with self catering chalets complex.Located in the beautiful & perenially popular Braemar village, part of Royal Deeside.7 bedroom hotel, 12 berth bunkhouse and 9 self-catering chalets.Established business - T/O approaching £500,000 net.
BRAEMAR LODGE HOTEL AND CHALETS, 6 Glenshee Road, Braemar, BALLATER, AB35 5YQ
Midtown Freehold Office Owner-Occupier or Residential Development Opportunity for Sale - 19 John Street is an attractive Grade II listed Georgian building currently configured as offices arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors. The property is being offered with full vacant possession.
In December 2016, planning permission was granted under application number 2016/2867/P for the conversion of the existing B1 Offices into a luxury five bedroom family dwelling house (C3 Dwelling House). The approved plan comprises a master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, four further bedrooms, four bathrooms, open plan reception room/formal dining area, second spacious reception room, study, separate kitchen with dining area, cinema room, gym, wine cellar and two separate WCs. Further benefits will include a lift and terraces at the first and third floors. The consented scheme would provide a GIA of approximately 5,101.0 sq ft (474.0 sq m).
In July 2017, an additional alternative planning permission was granted under application number 2017/0004/L for the conversion of the existing offices into a two bedroom maisonette (Ground and Lower Ground Floor) and four self-contained flats (1 x 2-bed (Third and Fourth Floor) and 3 x 1-bed (Basement, First and Second Floor)). The consented scheme would provide a GIA of approximately 5,042.7 sq ft(468.5 sq m).
Galashiels is considered to be the principal, administrative, social and retail centres for the Scottish Borders region, effectively serving a catchment population of in excess of 110,000. It lies 32 miles south of Edinburgh, 17 miles from Hawick and has a town population of approximately 14,000 people. There is a significant student population in the town with campuses of Heriot Watt University and Borders College. Within recent years Galashiels has benefitted from considerable public and private investment. Developments have included the Gala Water Retail Park, two new supermarkets to the east of the town centre and significant transport infrastructure works including the Galashiels inner relief road and the Borders Railway link re-establishing passenger services between Edinburgh Waverley and the Central Borders. The property lies on a quiet cul-de-sac north of the town and Gala Water immediately south of the A7 Ladhope Vale/Currie Road some 150 m east of Galashiels Railway Station, 50m from the bus and coach station and adjacent to Our Lady and Saint Andrew Church. The Gala Water Retail Park & Asda and Tesco Extra food stores lie 400/500m south east.
Presently vacant and unfurnished, the property was formerly the Abbotsford Arms Hotel, a mainly two storey, with partial attic conversion, stone built structure with painted elevations, pitched slated roofs and having a variety of extensions and a timber conservatory at the north, western end. It sits on a generally flat site below the street level of the adjacent A7 road, and has surrounding undefined tarmac car parking, slabbed, grassed and planted former beer garden areas. On the ground floor is a hotel entrance foyer, bar, lounge bar, and rear function suite linking to the conservatory and ancillary rooms. On the split level first floor are 10 traditional bedrooms of varying sizes. The partial attic floor has 4 rooms and WC/shower room. There is a partial basement used as cellar and storage.
Fife is situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth with inland boundaries to Perth and Kinross and Clackmannanshire. Fife has the third largest Local Authority area by population with a resident population of just under 360,000 and is dominated by the 3 principal towns of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. Inverkeithing is a town located on the north bank of the Firth of Forth with a population estimate (2015) of 4,990, and is situated about 9 miles north from Edinburgh Airport and about 4 miles east from the centre of Dunfermline. Inverkeithing lies between Rosyth and Dalgety Bay and just east from the A90/M90 and north of the Forth Road Bridge. The property is situated on the west side of the main town centre road (B981) just south of the Hill Street roundabout junction in a secondary retail parade. In the vicinity are Co-op Funeralcare, Farmfoods and Bayne’s bakers.
The property comprises a 2 storey plus attic traditional painted sandstone terraced building under pitched and slated roof (with dormer projections), substantially extended at the rear under as a single flat roofed rendered brick extension. Internally the accommodation is configured to provide a basic 100% wet public house and ancillary accommodation at ground floor level. The upper floors are entered via a left side close to the rear and up via stairs over the flat roof to a residential flat laid out over 2 levels.
Hat & Ribbon Bar, 67-71, High Street, INVERKEITHING, KY11 1NW
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Hat & Ribbon Bar, 67-71 High Street, INVERKEITHING, KY11 1NWGBFife, InverkeithingFifeKY11 1NW67-71, High Street
Castle Douglas is a town of around 4,200 persons approximately 18 miles south west from Dumfries in rural Dumfries and Galloway and benefits from an expanding tourist industry, tourists being attracted into the area because of the easy access to the Solway Coast and the Galloway hills. It lies west of the town of Dalbeattie (6 miles) and east of Gatehouse of Fleet (14 miles). The hotel is situated at the corner of King Street and St Andrew Street opposite the clock tower in a secondary trading location in Castle Douglas town centre.
The Douglas Arms Hotel is understood to be over 200 years old and a former coaching inn. It comprises a substantial and extended corner 2 storey painted stone property under pitched and slated roof, the hotel being laid out to offer 23 upper floor bedrooms (only 11 in use) and large ground floor, sectioned to provide corner restaurant (with side lounge), and public bar (accessed from St Andrews Street). There are two meeting/small function rooms, and a large 80 cover rear function suite (Stewart Room) situated to the rear of reception desk. There is a private 3 apartment managers flat on the first floor. At the rear is a detached 2 storey red brick building which is not being used due to suffering fire damage around 2006. Next to this is a sheltered, walled external seating/drinking area. Attached to the red brick building is a steel framed industrial styled canopied roof over approximately 15 car parking spaces, accessed via a pend off King Street or from the rear from Cotton Street.
Douglas Arms, 200-206, King Street, CASTLE DOUGLAS, DG7 1DB
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Douglas Arms, 200-206 King Street, CASTLE DOUGLAS, DG7 1DBGBDumfries and Galloway, Castle DouglasKirkcudbrightshireDG7 1DB200-206, King Street
Licensed Hotel Investment For Sale on the instructions of the joint administrators of Tayforth Inns LLP
Kirkcudbright is a county town in Kirkcudbrightshire within Dumfries and Galloway Region lying southwest of Castle Douglas and Dalbeattie at the mouth of the River Dee, some 4 miles from the Irish Sea on the on the north Solway shore. This harbour town has a local population is around 3,500. The town which has an active fishing fleet and is renowned for its artistic connections, with small art galleries and a museum that stage exhibitions throughout the year. The Royal Hotel sits in the centre of Kirkcudbright in a Conservation Area on a prominent corner site overlooking the junction of St Mary Street (A711) and St Cuthbert Street. The A711 is the main trunk road through the town, connecting with Castle Douglas 10 miles north east. This is one of the primary junctions in the town and diagonally opposite is the Kirkcudbright Bay Hotel, and some local offices and shops
The Royal Hotel comprises a substantial corner situated 3 storey painted ashlar stone structure traditionally built structure under pitched and slated roof, primarily fronting St Cuthbert Street but occupying the upper floors on St Mary Street. It was built c. 1860, is Category C listed and designated part of the property recorded as 35 & 37 St Mary’s Street, Royal Bank of Scotland and Royal Hotel. On the ground floor it provides a traditional corner situated public bar, a lounge/games room, dining room (40 covers), and rear function suite (120). On the upper floors are 17 en-suite twin/double/family bedrooms, although only 8 are in use as the others require upgrade. There is a commercial kitchen although not presently in use. Also on the second floor is a 2 bedroom managers flat with living room and kitchen.
Royal Hotel, 50, St. Cuthbert Street, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, DG6 4DY
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Royal Hotel, 50 St. Cuthbert Street, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, DG6 4DYGBDumfries and Galloway, KirkcudbrightKirkcudbrightshireDG6 4DY50, St Cuthbert Street
Fife is situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth with inland boundaries to Perth and Kinross and Clackmannanshire. Fife has the third largest Local Authority area by population with a resident population of just under 360,000 and is dominated by the 3 principal towns of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. Kirkcaldy is the main regional centre for the surrounding area and has a resident population approaching 50,000 persons. It is centrally located within Fife approximately 25 miles north of Edinburgh on the east coast. The town is served with all essential transport, shopping, educational and medical facilities and benefits from excellent transport links to the motorway network via the A92 dual carriageway. Brodies is located some 0.25 miles north of the town centre on the A921 just north of the main road junction with Dunnikeir Road in a tertiary trading location with many residential flats in the vicinity. Adjacent is the Dunnikier Road (free) Council managed car park.
Brodies comprises vacant licensed premises on the ground floor only with public bar and lounge (with single central servery), rear preparation kitchen (without cooking area), and customer toilets in a 3 storey traditionally built structure (residential flats on the upper floors and not part of the demise) Within the 3 interconnecting rear single storey extensions, there is an office, storage and cellar space. To the rear is a timber decked area potentially suitable for customer seating/use.
Brodies, 395, High Street, KIRKCALDY, KY1 2SG
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Brodies, 395 High Street, KIRKCALDY, KY1 2SGGBFife, KirkcaldyFifeKY1 2SG395, High Street