The existing property is a 3 storey building comprising a pub across basement and ground floor level and a 23 room Hotel across first and second floor extending to 10,200 sqft GIA.
The property is located on Woolwich Road and is approximately a 2 minute walk from Charlton Overground Railway Station which provides services into London Bridge in 22 minutes.
The building is situated on a landmark corner plot and is a 2 minute walk from Charlton Athletic Football Club (The Valley) with seating capacity for 27,111 and hosting regular matches.
Planning permission was granted in August 2017 for 8 x flats and 2 x commercial units. Planning reference: 15/2272/FUL.
Planning permission has been submitted utilising the same massing as the approved residential scheme for the conversion of the existing hotel and construction of a third floor to create a 60 room hotel and retention of the original pub at ground floor level. Planning reference: 18/2673/F.
The proposal involves conversion of existing hotel with side extension and erection of an additional floor to accommodate 60 hotel rooms. At ground floor level the public house will be refurbished, with the smaller function room being converted into additional hotel rooms. The remaining ground floor will comprise 12 x rooms . There will be 17 x rooms at both first and second floor and 14 x rooms at roof level.
The proposal will extend to 17,771 sqft GIA.
We are aware that the existing hotel charges a blended rate of £60 per night giving the hotel an ERV of c. £503,000 pa. Based on Comparable evidence we are of the opinion that the 60 unit scheme finished to a good specification would be able to achieve a blended rate per night of £120 giving it an ERV of £2,628,000. (this is based on 100% occupancy).
The property is available freehold with vacant possession.
We are aware that the property is not elected for VAT.
EXISTING PUB AND 23 ROOM HOTEL WITH POTENTIAL TO INCREASE TO 60 ROOMS
Plots 4 & 5 comprises 1.94 acres and 1.66 acres respectively. Each plot has separate access and can be developed separately if required. These two sites adjoin Cambridge Road which is a main route within an expanding mixed commercial and residential area. Both plots are the subject of outline planning applications for residentail which are due to be determined imminently. However the plots are potentially well suited to alternate uses (subject to planning) eg trade, retail, showroom, foodstore, etc. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1803 )
The Norton is a good looking two storey part rendered brick building beneath pitched tiled roofs with single storey flat roofed extension to the front and rear. The property is served by a 12 space paved car park and enjoys a lovely beer patio directly adjoining the main restaurant with two purpose built smoking shelters and a well landscaped beer garden. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 37 )
The Norton Bar And Grill, Station Road, Birmingham, B46 1JZ
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
The Norton Bar And Grill, Station Road, Coleshill, Birmingham, B46 1JZGBNorth Warwickshire, BirminghamWarwickshireB46 1JZStation Road
The Moulders Arms, known locally as 'The Thack', is an attractive historic sixteenth century public house, the last remaining thatched property in Derbyshire. The pub stands prominently to Church Street with an inviting beer patio to the front and side elevation, a smoking shelter to the rear and is served by a large surfaced car park for 20 vehicles. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 33 )
Moulders Arms, Church Street, Alfreton, DE55 4BX
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Moulders Arms, Church Street, Riddings, Alfreton, DE55 4BXGBAmber Valley, AlfretonDerbyshireDE55 4BX2, Church Street
Six Retail Units within Vibrant New Community. Available to lease or purchase. - There are six new build available retail units which can be occupied separately or can be combined to create larger units. To the front of the retail units there are six car parking spaces.
The properties are complete to a shell specification and have consent for Class 1 (Shops) and Class 2 (Financial, professional and other services).
• Prominent Bar Premises on 2 Floors • Sale of Long Leasehold Interest - 90+ years • Central Location on Junction of West St & Glossop Road • Within Sheffield’s Main City Centre Leisure Destination • Total Gross Internal Area - 9,902 sq ft approx.
The Property is an attractive period boutique hotel with parts of the building dating back to 1650. The property has a wealth of history, previously a blacksmiths, boys school and more recently a country inn before transforming into the boutique hotel, café, bar and restaurant it is today.
Good road connectivity in and around Scorton makes the village easily accessible. The Priory is just 3.4 miles from Junction 33 of the M6 and approximately 8 miles south of Lancaster and 13 miles north of Preston. Lancaster train station is approximately 8 miles away providing a direct service to London Euston. Manchester Airport is approximately 59 miles away, offering services to the rest of the UK and beyond. The Priory is well located for all nearby attractions, including Morecambe Bay, the Forest of Bowland, Lune Valley and Blackpool Zoo.
There are seven tastefully decorated double bedrooms of varying sizes, full of charm and character that complement the historic nature of the building. The rooms are located on the ground and first floors and each have en-suites, flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and free WIFI.
On the ground floor there is a residents lounge, providing a light and relaxing area for hotel guests.
The Hotel's popular onsite restaurant offers a mixture of contemporary and traditional British cuisine proving attractive to both residents and non-residents. The restaurant is tastefully decorated to complement the original character of the building, with two centre piece wood burning fires. The restaurant has capacity to serve up to 100 covers.
The contemporary country café/bar has a relaxed ambience and is particularly popular as a resting place for walkers and cyclists who are exploring the area, as well as couples and families wishing to relax in the countryside setting. Al fresco dining is available to the front of the property, favourably located in the heart of the village surrounded by trees and the traditional stone architecture.
To the front of the Property there is an attractive outdoor seating area with a fixed canopy in the summer, making it an ideal place for al fresco dining, allowing individuals to enjoy the ambient atmosphere of the village. To the rear of the Property there is a car park with capacity for approximately 15 vehicles.
Type: Hotels, Licensed & Leisure
The Priory, Scorton, Preston, PR3 1AUGBWyre, PrestonLancashirePR3 1AU22, The Square
The property comprises a substantial 34 bedroom hotel offering extensive accommodation.
At ground floor there is a reception, bar lounge with artists stage, TV lounge, restaurant with bar, toilets, service kitchen and various stores.
The first floor provides 10 en-suite letting rooms, a separate shower room and several stores.
At second floor there are 12 en-suite letting rooms and several stores.
There are 12 further en-suite letting rooms at third floor with additional stores.
The basement provides a restaurant with bar, toilets, catering kitchen, prep rooms, dry store, laundry/utility, office, owners/managers flat (lounge, bathroom and bedroom), large integral garage and several stores.
There is stair and lift access between each floor level.
Externally, there are enclosed service yard areas to the rear of the property.
The property offers the potential to split the accommodation to create smaller hotel/guest house units or convert the accommodation to alternative use, subject to the grant of any necessary consents. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 102450 )
The Balmoral Hotel, 3-6 Fort Terrace, Bridlington, YO15 2PE
UNIT D, LANGLEY SQUARE, DARTFORD The Unit comprises a prominent corner unit fronting the canal with double height fully glazed elevations. The unit will be finished as weather-tight shells with gas electric and waters services installed for tenant fitout.
The unit has planning for the following uses: B1 (a) Offices, A1 Retail, A2 Financial and Professional, A3 Food and Drink, A4 Drinking Establishments, D1 NonResidential Institutions and D2 Assembly and Leisure.
Other uses may be considered subject to planning. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 36071 )
UNIT D LANGLEY SQUARE, 230 WILLIAM MUNDY WAY, DARTFORD, DA1 5LR
Type: Office, Retail - High Street, Healthcare, Leisure Property, Offices, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure
UNIT D LANGLEY SQUARE, 230 WILLIAM MUNDY WAY, DARTFORD, DA1 5LRGBDartford, DartfordKentDA1 5LRCentral Road
Accessed down a quiet country lane, shaded by woodland, the private gated entrance provides an opening vista to the beautifully tended formal gardens of the valley in which Waterwynch House sits. With its wooded flanks elevating gently above it, glimpses of the sandy beach and blue water tantalise from behind the house. Throughout the very extensive accommodation, great care has been taken to use materials of the highest quality, many with nautical influences to reflect the property’s marine and beachside location.
In addition to the generous living accommodation, the scale of the house has allowed an entertainments side currently boasting a billiard room and games room with bar. On the opposite side of the house, a suite of rooms incorporates a gym and offices which, with access available away from the main house, can suit receiving business visitors. There are eleven bedrooms each served by its own designated bath/shower room, arranged over the first and second floors.
The Property is set in about 26 acres (stms – subject to measured survey) including landscaped grounds and gardens, woodland, some pasture, and cliff land leading down to the sea. Waterwynch enjoys private access onto a delightful sandy beach (part of which is owned by the property) and includes its own slipway.
The Property has been used as a private home and second home but over recent years has been successfully used as a luxury self-contained holiday retreat for large groups. The Property also has a wedding licence. The Property is being offered for sale as a going concern. All future bookings will be guaranteed.
Please see Waterwynch House website for further information: www.waterwynch.com