The Power House is a late 19th / early 20th Century detached building, originally constructed as an electricity generating station. The property has been refurbished to retain its original period features, whilst providing high quality design detail and fittings. The space is currently fitted out as a combination of open plan and private offices.
The demise comprises the second floor of a converted office building. The accommodation in part comprises double height accommodation accessed via a shared stairwell and elevator. The offices themselves comprise a mixture of open-plan and private areas plus a kitchen and WC facilities.
A new underlease is available for the residue of the lease term until 26th March 2022 outside the 1954 Landlord & Tenant Act (Part II) as amended at a rental.
Alternatively, a new FRI lease is a available directly with the landlord for a term to be agreed.
£65,000 + VAT per annum exclusive (£24.62 per sq. ft.).
According to the Valuation Office Agency website the Rateable Value of the 2nd Floor is £37,750.
The approximate rates payable 2020/21 = £19,328 per annum.
All applicants are advised to make their own enquires through the London Borough of Hounslow Billing authority.
Rating: C (67)
VAT is applicable.
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
Strictly through prior arrangement through sole agent Vokins.
Floor Area: 2,640.00 sqft
The Power House is in Linkfield Road, directly off the London Road, (A315) in West London. The A4 Great West Road is approximately half a mile distant, providing good access to Central London, Heathrow, the M4 and wider motorway network.
Isleworth mainline British Rail station is adjacent to the property, and provides fast and reguliar access to Central London (27 minutes to Vauxhall, 33 minutes to London Waterloo).
There are shops, restaurants and banking facilities all conveniently located within the immediate vicinity, just a short walk from the building.