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Location; Situated in a prime position on Brighton seafront, overlooking the Sea Life Centre and Brighton Pier, and close to all amenities, attractions and transport links of the vibrant city centre.
Accommodation / Tenancies;
Commercial; Well known bar and restaurant venue trading as Bar Revenge and comprising ground and first floor accommodation of approx 2,340 sq ft (217 sq m) plus managers flat and two car spaces. Let to Welstead Properties Plc with sureties for a term expiring March 2029. EPC rating E.
- Current rent income of £51,500 per annum subject to rent reviews November 2017, 2022, 2027.
Residential; Substantial block of 36 one bed and studio flats with passenger lift constructed circa 1970. The flats are sold on long leases, of which 28 have been extended, and a further 7 leases are yet to be extended (with current unexpired terms of approx 53 years - expiring March 2070).
- Current total ground rent income of £3,250 per annum (rising to £6,432.50 pa on next uplifts from 2023 to 2037).
Car Park; There is a basement car park with vehicular and pedestrian access from Manchester Street, and a ground floor single garage. The spaces are currently let to various tenants (including The Argus).
- Current rent income of £17,280 per annum.
Undeveloped Roof Space; There is undeveloped roof space of approx 4,000 sq ft which may be suitable for development s.t.n.c
- TOTAL CURRENT INCOME : £72,030 per annum
- Offers are invited in the region of £2,000,000 (NO VAT) for the FREEHOLD INTEREST
The Albemarle, Marine parade, Brighton - Freehold Investment For Sale
Situated in this popular destination known for its food and drink offer and located between the prime retail thoroughfare of Western Road and Brighton seafront and close to the i360 Tower. The premises are licenced to sell alcohol from 05.30 to 23.00.
62 Preston Street, Brighton
Type: Retail, General Retail, Retail - High Street
62 Preston Street, BN1 2HEGBBrightonEast SussexBN1 2HE62, Preston Street
The subject property comprises the ground floor of a 4 storey building. The premises were extensively refurbished and specifically fitted out as a Doctors Surgery in 1997, comprising reception area and consulting rooms along with WC's and kitchen facilities. The property also benefits from 4 parking spaces. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2575 )
Description The Site provides a Grade II Listed building which was originally constructed in 1933 and used as a cinema until it closed in May 1977, following which it was used for a variety of uses including a Dance/Music venue and public house (A4) but most recently as a Bingo Hall (D2). The Astoria Site extends to approximately 0.147 ha (0.364 acres) in total and has been vacant since 1996-97.
The Site fronts Gloucester Place to the east, Blenheim Place to the south, residential dwellings to the west and the Gloucester Place Baptist Church to the north. The Site benefits from views across Victoria Gardens, separating Gloucester Place and Grand Parade to the east.
Planning The Site lies within the administrative boundary of Brighton and Hove City Council. Under the adopted Local Plan (July 2015), the Site lies within the Valley Gardens Conservation Area and abuts the North Laine Conservation Area. The existing building benefits from Listed Building Consent dated 5 March 2015, for its demolition (Ref: BH2013/03927). The recent planning application (Ref: BH2015/01471) was approved under an appeal dated 11 January 2017 (Ref: APP/Q1445/W/16/3152980). The permitted scheme provides for a new part 3/part 7 storey building, plus basement which has been designed in a U-shape with a central courtyard at lower ground level. The Site has been designed as a Private Rented Sector scheme but in our opinion could be suitable for other uses.
The Astoria, Brighton, bn1 4aa
Type: Office, Residential, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The Astoria, 10-14 Gloucester Place, East Sussex, Brighton, bn1 4aaGBBrighton and Hove, BrightonSussexBN1 4AA1, Gloucester Place
Situated in one of the North Laine premier retail thoroughfares, close to the junction with North Street. The premises comprise a ground floor shop and basement store with first and second floors (currently used as storage).
9 Bond Street, Brighton
Type: Retail, Retail - High Street
9 Bond Street, BN1 1RDGBBrightonEast SussexBN1 1RD9, Bond Street
Horam, East Sussex. Excellent business opportunity. Existing Post Office and general stores, business for sale together with 2 self contained flats, occupying a prominent position on busy main 'A' road. Shop area overall 58.9 sq m (633 sq ft) plus stores/office. Shop is air conditioned. 2 separate self contained flats, one 3/4 bed the other 1 bed, each having a separate access point but currently interconnecting. Large garden to rear comprising patio and decked area plus lawn. Freehold for sale. Accounts available showing turnover in region of £350,000pa with good gross and net profit. Shop selling frozen, chilled & fresh foods and drinks as well as greetings cards, sweets, cigarettes, toys and games, National Lottery and Off-Licence. Huge scope to increase trade by selling other goods, extending opening times etc. The village is currently the subject of major development with a new housing scheme of some 59 units under construction.
Post Office & General Stores plus 2 residential units freehold for sale
Type: Office, General Retail, Offices, Retail
2 Bank Buildings, High Street, TN21 0EHGBHeathfieldEast SussexTN21 0EHHigh Street
Situated in The Lanes, alongside numerous retailers and restaurants including Fred Perry, Fat Face, Dr Martens, ASK, Fired Earth and The Hotel Du Vin. The seafront, North Street and various other amenities, hotels and transport links of the city are close by.
The premises are arranged as a well presented ground floor coffee house / café (A1). The current tenants have an arrangement to use an additional courtyard / servery fronting Prince Albert Street.
59D Ship Street, Brighton
Type: Retail, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Restaurant/Cafes
59d Ship Street, BN1 1AEGBBrightonEast SussexBN1 1AE59d, Ship Street
An industrial unit of steel portal frame construction with brick built elevations. Unit 8 has been largely fitted out with first floor offices but with full height loading access. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2013432 )
Unit 8 Highfield Industrial Estate, Edison Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6PT
An industrial unit of steel portal frame construction with brick built elevations. Unit 7 mainly comprises a full height unit with first floor offices to the front, as well as a mezzanine floor providing additional storage accommodation. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2013431 )
Unit 7 Highfield Industrial Estate, Edison Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6PT
The Crown Inn comprises a substantial early 17th century former coaching inn arranged as a ground floor bar, hotel reception, kitchen and restaurant areas, 13 letting rooms (seven en suites) and two private flats (four bed and one bed).
The property benefits from rear access and loading from Market Lane via a gated courtyard suitable for parking 2 cars in tandem and the entire site extends to 0.32 of an acre.
Unconditional offers are invited for the property as outlined above, plus VAT. Trade fixtures and fittings are not included in the sale and no trade is sold or warranted.
Situated in the prime retail thoroughfare of East Street, within The Lanes, and close to the seafront and North Street. There are numerous retail and restuarant businesses represented in this location. Bus services, car parks and Brighton mainline rail station are conveniently accessible. The premises comprise a Grade II listed building arranged as a fitted restaurant over ground, first and second floors together with basement kitchen / storage and ancillary space on the third floor.
36 East Street, Brighton
36 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HLGBBrightonEast SussexBN1 1HL36, East Street
Occupying a prominent position at the junction of Framfield Road and Newtown, a continuation of the High Street. Shop available to let or long leasehold available. Overall 93.7 sq m (1006 sq ft) including basement area. Excellent window display to Framfield Road and Newtown. Planning now granted to form 2 x 1 bed flats within shop. Offers invited in region of £250,000 for the long leasehold or new shorter lease available at a commencement rent of £12,500pa
Prominent shop for sale with planning to convert to form 2 x 1 bed flats
70 New Town, TN22 5DEGBUckfieldEast SussexTN22 5DE70, New Town
The premises comprise self contained office accommodation with ancillary workshops / stores arranged over ground and first floors with on site parking and a private garden area to the rear. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2512 )