The property was constructed in the 1940s with later additions. There are two warehouses either side of a two storey ancillary block which comprises a fridge at ground level and an office block over ground and first floor. One warehouse comprises brick elevations and a pitched roof and the other has a steel portal frame construction with a metal sheet roof. The total site area is circa 1.4 acres.
- Warehouses 34,673 sq ft - office/ancillary 16,757 sq ft - Freehold
Industrial Site - Redevelopment Opportunity (STP)
Type: General Industrial, Distribution Warehouse, Industrial
The premises are located in Hampden Park, a suburb of Eastbourne in East Sussex. Hampden Park Station is located just 350 ft south east of the subject property and allows for connection into London Victoria, with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. The property is situated fronting Brassey Ave; a small retail pitch made up of predominately independent retailers with the exception of a Tesco Metro which sits on the opposite side of the road to the subject property.
- Former Natwest For Sale - Arranged over ground and first floors - Totalling 1,182 sq ft (109.79 sq m) - Offers in excess of £175,000
Former Natwest For Sale in Hampden Park, Eastbourne
Type: General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail
This site is located in the Roselands area of Eastbourne approximately 1 mile distant from the main town centre. The area has a number of commercial premises but is also surrounded by a substantial residential estate. This site of approximately 2.8 acres includes a main retail warehouse building currently occupied by the owner and partially sub-let as a garden centre with external area. The main building comprises approximately 31,000 ft.² of trading space. There is a further retail warehouse building comprising an additional 3500 ft.² of trading space. Externally there is a substantial car park with further development potential. The site has been with the same owner for 25 years, and is coming to the market due to retirement. Eastbourne is a popular south coast seafront town with a rising population in excess of 100,000 and a substantial commercial business base which is currently under expansion with further developments in sovereign harbour and on the outskirts of this and adjoining towns. The town benefits from good road communications via the A/M 27 and access to London via the A 22 as well as the main line railway station with a regular service to London Victoria approximately 90 minutes. Legal and General are currently commencing a refurbishment/redevelopment to Eastbourne’s principal Arndale shopping centre in the town which incorporates 170,000 ft.² (£85 million extension) and will include an additional 22 shops and a nine screen cinema. Eastbourne Borough Council are also shortly to invest a further £40 million refurbishing the Devonshire Park complex to include additional facilities for the annual renowned ladies’/gent’s tennis event.
Development Site comprising approximately 2.8 acres Possible Residential Consent or Mixed Use Scheme (STPC)
Former Jewellers premises in prominent town centre position. Other businesses in the immediate vicinity include branches of Debenhams and Marks & Spencer. The Arndale shopping centre is also close-by currently undergoing substantial refurbishment.
The premises comprise shop to the ground floor with inset doorway providing for generous window display to both sides plus upper parts currently used for storage and repairs. The upper parts were formally a flat with kitchen and cloakroom which could be re-instated, subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
Shop front width 4.4m (14′ 6″) depth 3.8m (12′ 6″) 16.72 sq m (181 sq ft) having tiled floor, ceiling spot lights. Inset electric sliding door to:
Shop, internal width 4.3m (14′), depth 6.0m (19′ 9″) overall 25.8 sq m (277 sq ft) fitted with ceiling mounted air conditioning unit, carpet, ceiling spot lights. Arch to:
Rear room overall 12.5 sq m (134 sq ft) with doors to:
Kitchen overall 3.4 sq m (38 sq ft) with door to cloakroom fitted with low level wc plus wash hand basin.
Rear office overall 9.2 sq m (99 sq ft) door to inner lobby with stairs to upper floors and door to outside small enclosed rear yard.
Total usable ground floor area 67.6 sq m (729 sq ft)
1st floor comprising front room & kitchen overall 29.4 sq m (314 sq ft) with doors from kitchen to good size balcony.
2nd floor comprising front & rear room overall 24.7 sq m (267 sq ft) plus bathroom fitted with panel bath, high level wc and wash hand basin.
The upper parts are currently used for storage and repairs but could be re-instated to form a flat subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
Offer for sale freehold with full vacant possession.
Former Jewellers premises in town centre with former flat above
Under OfferFor rent: £310,000.00For sale: £310,000.00
The unit comprises a mid-terraced purpose built factory premises of steel portal frame construction with brick block elevations under corrugated asbestos sheet clad roof with the benefit of 10% roof lights. Externally there is an allocated car park for approximately 5 cars per unit together with a loading bay.
The investment opportunity comprises a former hotel, now arranged as 46 residential apartments and one retail unit within a terrace of three adjoining properties. The redevelopment occurred over five phases between 2013 and 2016 and comprises part new build.
The building comprises of 25 x studio apartments, 19 x one bedroom apartments and two x two bedroom apartments. The retail unit is situated on the ground floor on the corner between Cavendish Place and Seaside Road. The lower ground floor comprises one apartment and vacant storage space, which used to service the hotel.
The re-development was undertaken by the vendor in five phases, which occurred between 2013 and 2016. The property is currently 100% occupied and there has been minimal void periods since the start of the initial completions.
The property has a total rent passing of £313,460 per annum, of which £12,500 is from the retail unit. The portfolio has an estimated market rental value of £328,760.
Elm Park Mansions
Type: Other, Residential, Mixed Use, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Elm Park Mansions, Cavendish Place, Eastbourne, BN21 3EJGBEastbourne, EastbourneSussexBN21 3EJ23, Cavendish Place
The property comprises a three storey building of rendered brick construction under a flat roof. Externally to the front, the pub benefits from a trade area with 16 covers. The site extends to 0.068 acres (0.028 hectares) and is regular in shape. Internally the ground floor provides a traditional public house with many traditional features. The trading area (30 covers) is open plan with an L shaped bar servery. The trade area benefits from a pool table, projector screen showing Sky sports and AWP machines. WC facilities are located to the rear. The basement provides 2 storage rooms and a cellar. Access to the first floor is from behind the bar. At first floor level, there is a large function room with bar servery and commercial kitchen. There are also two manager’s flats, both providing 3 bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom.
The premises are situated in Eastbourne's main industrial and retail warehouse area of Lottbridge Drove, where there are a number of both national and local occupiers. Situated at the end of Maple Road, the location benefits from a useful turning point for HGVs. Eastbourne town centre is within a short distance, with its mainline railway station. Offering good access to both the A259 immediately to the south and the A27 to the north. The premises comprise a single storey self-contained industrial unit with roller shutter door. Capable of sub division to create two units of approximately 4,250 sq ft (394.82 sq m).
TO LET or FOR SALE Industrial Unit
Type: Distribution Warehouse, General Industrial, Industrial Park, Light Industrial, Warehouse, Retail, Industrial
16b unit 4, Maple Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6NYGBEastbourneEast SussexBN23 6NY16b, Maple Road