The property is believed to date from the early 19th century although the shop front appears to have been modified significantly in the early 20th century according to the Listed Building entry. The property being sold comprises part of the ground floor and the basement of this Grade II listed building.
Internally the main retail space is on the ground floor. There is also a rear staff area and steps in the middle of the shop leading down to a basement area.
Several shops have been let recently and we believe that the shop could be re-let fairly quickly if it were to become vacant at a similar rent.
Hemel Hempstead is a large town in Hertfordshire with a population of around 94,000 (2011 census). The town is strategically located at the junctions of the M25, M1 and A41, making it a very popular town for business and commuters. There is also a railway link to London (Euston) with a regular service of 4 trains an hour in a best time of 26 minutes.
The town has expanded considerably over the last 15 years, with the previous census population recording a 81,000 people. There are a large number of residential developments taking place in and around the town centre and the town is still expanding.
The property itself is situated in the Old Town High Street, an area with many historic buildings with considerable character. Properties in the Old Town are largely a mix of pubs, restaurants, cafes and some retail units and the Old Town has benefitted recently from improvements to the street scene, with a one way system being created which has helped to make more short term parking bays. There is also a long term car park close by.
27 High Street, Hemel Hempstead HP1 3AA
Type: Retail, Restaurants / Cafes
27 High Street, HP1 3AAGBHemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP1 3AA27, High Street
Under OfferFor rent: £29,750.00 Per AnnumFor sale: £489,000.00
*UNDER OFFER* The premises comprise a ground floor mainly open plan suite within this two-storey detached office building. There are 2 rooms formed by high quality fully glazed partitioning. The building overall provides a total of 13 suites with shared facilities including a shower, lift and disabled persons WC as well as ample male and female WCs. There is a secure access controlled front door and a gated entrance to the car park which is left shut at night although it can be opened with a code.
The property is situated in the commercial area of Wood Lane, close to the centre of town There is good access to the M1 with J8 3.1 miles distant, whilst the A41 to the south is within 2 miles. The town benefits from a mainline railway station linking to London Euston in a fastest time of 24 minutes.
The premises are situated in the busy Apsley area on the southern side of Hemel Hempstead, close to the junction with the A41 and on the busy route to Sainsbury's and the retail warehouse parks nearby, which include Halfords, Currys and Homebase. There is street parking in front as well as the large retail park with Dunelm 100 yards away
The property comprises a two storey shop currently divided in to 2 on the ground floor with a small kitchenette at the rear and WC. There is a large aluminium glazed shop front. Heating is from electric heaters. On the first floor are 2 rooms usable as storage.
42 London Road, Hempstead, Herts HP3 9SB
Type: General Retail, Retail
42 London Road, HP3 9SBGBHemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP3 9SB42, London Road
Colliers International are jointly instructed to sell 239-245 Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill in Hemel Hempstead, a high street retail investment benefitting from prior approval and planning consent for the redevelopment of the upper floors into 40 residential apartments. The existing property comprises a mixed-use commercial building extending to 19,276ft2 NIAacross ground, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors.The ground floor is arranged as 5 self-contained commercial units extending to 8,534ft2 NIAin total, which are all accessed from Marlowes (a pedestrianised road).The 1st floor comprises office space and staff areas extending to circa 3,423ft2 NIA which isancillary to the ground floor retail units.The 2nd and 3rd floors comprise office space (B1 Use Class) extending to 7,319ft2 NIA, whichis accessed via a side entrance on Selden Hill.The property incorporates a rear service yard and car park accommodating 12 vehicles whichis accessed via King Harry Street.
239-245 The Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill, 239 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1BL
Type: General Retail, Land, Residential, Retail - High Street, Retail, Commercial Land
239-245 The Marlowes & 1 Selden Hill, 239 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1BLGBDacorum, Hemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP1 1BL239, Marlowes
An opportunity to purchase the freehold of this modern self contained office. The accommodation is set out at ground and first floor level within a two storey end-terraced office building.
Internally the offices are generally open plan, and benefit from:-
-Modern ground and first floor offices -Situated in the heart of Maylands Business Centre, Hemel Hempstead -Underfloor heating -7 car parking spaces -Perimeter trunking -Suspended ceilings -Category 2 Lighting -WC on both floors
The unit is let to 4-Ways Heathcare Ltd, who are healthcare providers and also occupy the adjacent unit, number 6. The property is held by way of a 5 year term from 21st February 2018 expiring on 20th February 2022. The lease is external to the provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act at the end of the term the present occupant is not automatically eligible for a new lease and the property could then be sold if required on a full vacant possession basis.
Marchmont Gate is a development of small office buildings ideally situated on a prominent corner site at the junction of Boundary Way and Maxted Road in the heart of Maylands Business Centre, Hemel Hempstead.
Hemel Hempstead itself lies approximately 25 miles north west of Central London, adjacent to Junction 8 of the M1 motorway and approximately 3 miles north of its junction with the M25 (Junction21).
In addition Hemel Hempstead benefits from its own mainline railway station, which offers a fast and efficient rail service to London Euston with a fastest journey time of approximately 30 minutes.
Investment Opportunity, Modern Self-Contained Offices, Hemel Hempstead
Type: Offices, Office, Healthcare, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Unit 7, Marchmont Gate, Boundary Way, HP2 7BFGBHemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP2 7BFBoundary Way
A development of four new office buildings for sale or to let in Hemel Hempstead. The buildings are available individually or combined to incorporate your specific requirements. Our client would also give consideration to freehold sale of the development site.
The site is well defined and rectangular in shape comprising 44 garages with a concrete forecourt and access road. Sole vehicular access is gained from Cuttsfield Terrace. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2036477 )
Under OfferFor rent: £30,000.00 Per AnnumFor sale: £425,000.00
*UNDER OFFER* The premises comprise a self-contained Grade II Listed office on the first and second floors of this 3-storey building with its own ground floor entrance. The space is divided in to 5 rooms on the first floor and 3 rooms on the second floor with a small storage area on the ground floor and gas central heating. There is a private parking area at the rear off Figtree Hill. The main ground floor and basement has been separately sold off on a long lease.
The property is situated in the Old Town area of Hemel Hempstead, amongst the heart of the older style buildings, with several restaurants nearby as well as public parking. There is good access to the M1 with J8 3.1 miles distant, whilst the A41 to the south is within 2 miles. The town benefits from a mainline railway station linking to London Euston
*UNDER OFFER* 29 High Street, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP1 3AA
Type: Office, Offices
29 High Street, HP1 3AAGBHemel HempsteadHertfordshireHP1 3AA29, High Street
Retail shop premises situated in Queensway directly opposite The Old High Street in Central Hemel Hempstead. The Old Town is particularly characterful with many pubs, restaurants and specialist shops within easy walking distance and public car park is available nearby.
Hemel Hempstead has access to the A41 dual carriageway which provides rapid access to the M25 at Junction 20, approximately 4 miles distance. Junction 8 of the M1 is approximately 3 miles away. Hemel Hempstead is served by a mainline railway station (Euston approximately 30 minutes).
The property comprises ground floor lock-up shop with single toilet to the rear.
The ground floor is held on a lease from 4th February 2015 expiring 13th February 2020. The current passing rent is £9000 per annum exclusive and is subject to an upward only rent review on 14th February 2018.