Prominent period building with planning permission for retail, office and residential development.
The property comprises a four storey building plus basement. The ground and basement levels are in retail (A1) use; the first and second floors consist of B1 floorspace (which is currently partly occupied); and the third floor is residential (vacant). Planning permission has been granted for rear extensions to create enlarged retail space at basement and ground floor, retention of existing office space at first and second floors, and three flats arranged over first to third floors (2 x 1 bed flats and 1 x 2 bed flat).
The consented accommodation comprises 2,993sqft GIA of retail, 1,636sqft GIA of office accommodation, and 2,077sqft NSA of residential accommodation.
The freehold interest is available with vacant possession.
Mixed-use development opportunity in Prime Central London WC1
• Potential Development Opportunity including Residential and Office Uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents • 5,440 sq ft (505 sqm ) GIA • 47 Car Parking Spaces • On-Site Play Area • Passenger Lift
Existing D1 Property
Type: Residential, Office, Offices
Former Resource Centre, St Ronans View, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1AEGBDartfordKentDA1 1AESt. Ronans View
A mixed-use development opportunity benefiting from detailed planning consent for a part conversion and extension to provide ten apartments, retaining the ground-floor commercial space, seconds from all local amenities.
Upper Parts & Ground-Floor Commercial may be purchased separately or as one
Upper Parts Guide Price: £1,250,000, STC
Ground-Floor Commercial & Freehold Guide Price: £1,000,000, STC, with a current income of approx. £71,000 PA
Proposed scheme comprises upper parts conversion & extension to provide a mix of 10 apartments, broken down as 1 x studio, 7 x 1 bed & 2 x 2 bed apartments (2 x affordable)
500 feet from Elstree & Borehamwood Railway Station
Detailed planning consent, application reference 17/1010/FUL from Hertsmere Borough Council
Potential for an enlarged scheme, subject to necessary consents
Bid deadline: Monday 11th June 2018 at Midday
1, Drayton Road, Borehamwood, WD6 2DA
Type: Mixed use, Residential Land, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail - Out of Town, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Residential, Retail
C2/C3 DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY Former Rosset Holt Care Home, Tunbridge Wells, KENT
• Former Care Home extending to c.7,812 sq ft • Site Area—0.29 ha (0.71 acres) approx. • Close proximity to Tunbridge Wells Town Centre (0.6 miles) • Development opportunity subject to planning (STP) • Offers invited by 21st February 2018
Development Oppportunity - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3RB
Situated in the north east of Portsmouth Town Centre.Excellent road frontage to the A3.Approximately 0.26 acres (0.11 ha) in size. The property, which is approximately 0.26 acres (0.11 ha) in size, is situated in close proximity to the centre of Portsmouth and its main shopping district. The property is used as a petrol filling station (Sui Generis), currently let to Texaco, with a car wash and a large hardstanding / parking area.
Commercial Road, Portsmouth, PO1 4BY
Type: General Industrial, Leisure Property, General Retail, Hotels, Land, Light Industrial, Petrol Station, Residential, Industrial, Licensed & Leisure, Retail, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
- Detached Victoria Home in need of Refurbishment - 3 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, 1 Bathroom - Plot Size 0.16 of an Acre - Potential for Redevelopment Subject to Planning Consent - Close to Colchester Town Centre - Easy access to Colchester Town Railway Station ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868602 )
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY (SUBJECT TO PLANNING) Approx. 2,625 SQFT (243.9 SQM)
FREEHOLD FOR SALE LOCATION
Royal Tunbridge Wells is situated in West Kent, close to the border with East Sussex and at the northern edge of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Tunbridge Wells Borough has a resident population of around 100,000 people; the town itself comprises a population in the order of 56,000.
The town’s mainline station provides regular services to London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Charing Cross Stations to the north (approximately 45 – 60 mins), and Hastings to the south (40 mins). The town is located on the A26, which links via the A21 dual carriageway with Junction 5 of the M25 motorway.
The town is known as a shopping destination and is one of the most important retail and leisure centres in Kent, and arguably for the area between London and Hastings. The Royal Victoria Shopping Centre to north of the town has approximately 100 stores and services. The historic Pantiles Parade and High Street are situated to the south, and are well known for the excellent selection of boutique shops, restaurants and bars. SITUATION
The property is situated on the southern side of Church Road, close to the town centre and the junction with the A26. This section of Church Road comprises a mix of residential, office, leisure and residential uses, and is characterised by its Georgian and Victorian architecture. Tunbridge Wells Station is within an approximate 7-minute walk of the property, which provides regular train services to central London. DESCRIPTION
An attractive end of terrace Victorian bay fronted property constructed of predominately-painted brickwork under a pitched slate roof.
The property is currently arranged as a ground floor restaurant with part basement and non self-contained living accommodation over first and second floor levels. There is a small yard to the rear. TENURE
To be sold with vacant possession.
English Heritage Listed Status
The property is not listed.
The property is within the Royal Tunbridge Wells Conservation area.
All parties must rely on their own investigations.
Subject to planning and any other necessary consents, the property might be suitable for a range of alternative uses including full residential conversion.
The Flat at 31 Church Road is listed on the VOA as being within Council Tax band B.
The current rateable value is listed as £8,400.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE (EPC)
Rated D 76
The property is not elected for VAT
We are instructed by our clients to seek £425,000 exclusive for the freehold interest in the property, subject to contract.
31 CHURCH ROAD, ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT, TN1 IJT
The property occupies a prominent and visible location at the junction of Barkerend Road and Garnett Street, with good frontage to Barkerend Roundabout at its junction with Otley Road. The property is on the periphery of an established industrial area, adjacent to the former Barkerend Mill and nearby occupiers include a substantial Lidl Store, a BP Garage, Hillside Bridge Health Care Centre and associated Lloyds Pharmacy.
Other occupiers in the immediate vicinity include Lubna Foods, Premier Prestige Valets, Garnett Street Tyres, Eastern Catering & Engineering.
The property extends to approximately 0.051 hectares (0.126 acres) having frontages to both Barkerend Road and Garnett Street (with access from Garnett Street). On site, there are a number of advertising panels, which we understand are shortly to be removed, meaning that full vacant possession will be available once these have been removed.
The site has previously been used for car parking, storage and other purposes and is relatively level and fenced.
The property is currently assessed for rating purposes as follows:-
Description: Advertising Right and Premises Rateable Value: £8,200
The Uniform Business Rate for 2018/2019 is 49.3 pence in the £.
Due to transitional relief provisions, the rates payable may have no relation to the rateable value. Interested parties are advised to check with the Local Rating Authority as to the current rates liability.
A section of the property is currently freehold, the remainder of the land is held upon a long leasehold basis for a term of 999 years from 11 April 1812 (approximately 793 years unexpired). No rent is apparently paid for the long leasehold interest.
A planning application for the potential residential development of the site is to be submitted by the vendor and further information is available if required upon application.
Offers in the region on £200,000 subject to contract plus VAT are invited for the subject property with full vacant possession.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is not required.
VAT will be charged at the prevailing rate.
204-210 Barkerend Road, Bradford, BD3 9BH
Type: Industrial, Residential, Land, Residential Land, Storage, Commercial Land
DOUBLE BUILDING PLOT TO BE SOLD WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR TWO THREE-BEDROOM HOUSES ON A SITE OF 0.165 ACRES (0.0667 HECTARES)
GUIDE PRICE IN EXCESS OF £275,000 SUBJECT TO CONTRACT
FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION
The site is situated in a convenient residential area of 1950s/60s two storey dwellings and being approx. 0.4 miles from the centre of Paddock Wood. The village provides good shopping facilities Waitrose supermarket, restaurants, pubs, banks and cafes. Paddock Wood provides a primary school along with Mascalls Academy for senior pupils. Nearby the Hop Farm Park provides a variety of family activities. Paddock Wood main line railway station is approx. 0.5 miles providing fast and frequent services to London which can be reached in about 1 hour.
Detailed planning consent was granted by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council under ref. nos. 17/01423/FULL and dated 30th June 2017 for the demolition of the existing garages and the erection of a pair of 3 bedroom semi-detached houses together with 7 car parking spaces.
The site is roughly rectangular in shape and approx. 0.165 acre, being generally flat and approached via a single width drive running between 15 & 17 Tutsham Way. Currently the land is occupied by some 23 garages with concreted hard standing and turning area. There are a number of gates from adjoining properties and also a footpath from the adjacent road to the North West giving access through the site.
As drawn, the two houses will have the following accommodation:
Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, WC, kitchen & living room with dining area.
First Floor - 3 bedrooms, and family bathroom
7 car parking spaces
We estimate the two houses will have the following approx. gross internal floor areas:
Unit 1 (LHS) 1055 sqft 98 sqm Unit 2 (RHS) 1055 sqft 98 sqm SITE AREA
We understand the site area is 0.165 acres (0.0667 hectares).
Prospective purchasers will need to satisfy themselves as to the adequacy and availability of mains services.
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Town Hall Tunbridge Wells Kent, TN1 1RS PRICE
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in excess of £275,000 subject to contract and an unconditional basis.
The price will not be subject to VAT.
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
The site is available for inspection at any time.
GARAGE SITE, TUTSHAM WAY PADDOCK WOOD TONBRIDGE, KENT
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Garage Site, Tutsham Way, Tonbridge, TN12 6UAGBTonbridgeKentTN12 6UATutsham Way
FREEHOLD 6-BEDROOMS HMO INVESTMENT WITH PLANNING PERMISSION TO INCREASE TO 8-BEDROOMS
13 The Crescent comprises a semi-detached seven bedroom Victorian era property over three floors with two shared bathrooms, WC and shared kitchen/dining area. The property benefits from a large communal areas, off-street car parking and a good sized private rear garden for the residents. One of the first floor bedrooms has use of a private terrace. The total rental income is £35,260.96.
The property comprises a House in Multiple Occupation with a valid HMO licence for six persons expiring 3 April 2022.
Planning permission was granted 15 March 2018 under planning reference 17/06191/FUL for alterations and use as a house in multiple occupation (HMO) with 8 rooms and the erection of a single storey rear extension. Upon completion of the conversion works the property will comprise an eight en-suite bedrooms HMO with two communal kitchens.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14976 )
13 The Crescent, Croydon, CR0 2HN
Type: Residential, Design & Build, Other Property Types & Opportunities
13 The Crescent, Croydon, CR0 2HNGBCroydon, CroydonSurreyCR0 2HNThe Crescent
This site is currently the site of The Florida Shoe Factory. There are proposals to relocate the factory.
The site is laid out on either side of Dibden road (an adopted highway) and consists of a factory building and associated land on the north parcel and a car park with 27 spaces on the south. The Locally Listed factory building is allocated for either renovation and redevelopment or new build development. The property sits high above Mousehold Avenue and enjoys unparalleled panoramic views across the city, to the south, and across the city to the north and west.
The property comprises a single storey brick built office, training and storage unit with dedicated car parking and a modern detached warehouse extension located adjacent to a school in a primarily residential area, situated in a prominent position on Liquorpond Street off Victoria Place close to the inner ring road on the edge of Boston town centre. The property is currently used for office and training purposes but may be suitable for alternative uses (Subject To Planning). ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 16106 )
ADDRESS: 113-137 Lillie Road, Fulham, London SW6 7SX Ground Floor Shops with Upper parts 7 let with 4 vacant Development potential –to self contain and convert uppers to residential, extend first floor airspace and develop another floor STPP-PLANNING SUBMITTED 2017/04950/FUL-planning portal link below Would create 10 2 bed and 1 1 bed apartment with 11 shops LOCATION / SITUATION The subject property is located on the Southern side of Lillie Road (A3218), just to the West of the junction with North End Road (B317). West Brompton Station is approximately 0.4 miles due East along Lillie Road, and offers District Line, Overground and Southern Rail services. West Kensington and Fulham Broadway Stations (District Line) are also both within 0.6 miles. Several local bus routes pass along both Lillie Road and North End Road, whilst Charring Cross Hospital, The Queens Tennis Club and Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge ground are all within walking distance. DESCRIPTION A rare opportunity to acquire a freehold, unbroken, mixed-use parade of attractive buildings in a strong location. The property offered comprises 11 adjoining two storey buildings with obvious active management and development potential (stpp). Seven of the buildings are considerably under-let to a variety of local tenants, whilst vacant possession of the remaining four buildings will be provided on completion. Potential clearly exists to self-contain and convert the upper parts of each building to residential use, extend the first floor accommodation and/or develop the airspace on a piecemeal or comprehensive basis (stpp). A total redevelopment of the entire site appears a longer term prospect, whilst speculators will be attracted by the short term break-up potential. For investors,the potential to increase the rent roll four fold over time is certain to appeal. TENANCY SCHEDULE : Refer attached details NOTE : The planning application number is 2017/04950/FUL LINK to council website is below http://public-access.lbhf.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=P1D8E7BIKAS00 VAT: Applicable TENURE: Freehold PRICE: Offers in excess of £ 6,000,000
Unbroken parade of 11 terraced buildings in Superb Location - Fulham
Type: Residential, Mixed use, Shopping Centre Unit, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Retail
Investment/Development/Owner Occupation Opportunity Prominent two storey building with extensive frontage along Grange Road in the heart of this thriving West End location of Darlington town centre. Constructed circa mid 19th Century of brick construction the property has a covered entrance to Alton House upper floors together with ground floor retail/cafe premises with excellent shop frontage. The offices on the first and second floors are well appointed incorporating suspended ceilings, dado trunking, sealed unit double glazing and gas fired central heating. Externally there is the benefit of block paved car parking for the offices to the rear for a minimum of 6 cars accessed via Beaumont Street. Present rents received £49,500 per annum. Ground floor shop tenant is holding over on full repairing and insuring terms. The first/second floor offices are occupied by a single tenant with a lease expiry in December 2018. With vacant possession the upper floors offer alternative potential uses including conversion to apartments. A brief plan has been drawn to show 1, 1 bed studio and 5, 3 bed apartments are possible including the car parking space to the rear for residents. Any change of use is subject to the necessary local authority approvals. Viewing the property is strictly by appointment only through sole agents.
31, Grange Road, Darlington, DL1 5NB
Type: Retail, Offices, Flat, General Retail, Office, Mixed Use, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Woodredon House is the main house on the Woodredon estate and consists of a large three storey former residential dwelling, measuring approximately 7,136 sq ft GIA and accessed from Woodredon Farm Lane. The House is currently vacant, with the previous use of the property being an 18 bedroom residential care home (Class C2).
The Coach House is a period, two storey detached dwelling located adjoining Woodredon House, with accommodation on the first floor and garages, stores and a study on the ground floor. The property is currently residential use (Class C3) and measures approximately 1,206 sq ft GIA.
Both of the buildings date back to 1889 and are set in approximately 5.78 acres (2.34 ha). The properties are not within a Conservation Area and do not consist of any listed buildings. The sites are designated as part of the metropolitan Green Belt where policy serves to protect its openness.