An imposing former Rectory with sizeable recent additions, standing in grounds of almost 2 acres having existing C2 use.
• 45 en suite bedrooms plus meeting rooms, offices, dining areas and kitchens. • Total GIA: 2,085 sq. m. (22,440 sq. ft.). • Well located for A14 and motorway network. • Lapsed planning permission for conversion to 17 apartments. • Potential for conversion to residential use or continued institutional use, care home, therapeutic communities or leisure, hotel or other uses. stpp. • Freehold with VP.
14 Studios 20 Year Lease to a Serviced Accommodation Provider Central Reading Location - creating strong capital growth opportunity Completed to a high std by an experienced developer Income £12,000 a month ( £144,000/ annum) Purchase Price £1.85M Yield 7.7%
Crown Street Studios
Type: Flat, Residential
Crown Street, RG1 2SEGBReadingBerkshireRG1 2SE6, Crown Street
27 Studios 20 Year Lease to a Serviced Accommodation Provider Central Newbury Location - creating strong capital growth opportunity Completed to a high std by an experienced developer Income £21,000 a month ( £252,000 annum) Purchase Price Undeveloped at £2.35M, OIEO £3.35M (Complete) Yield 7.5%
Type: Flat, Residential
Sherwood House, 78 London Road, RG14 1LAGBNewburyBerkshireRG14 1LA78, London Road
• Prime Pimlico location on Eccleston Square, close to Victoria station • Accommodation totalling 4,859 sq ft NIA & 7,186 sq ft GIA • Excellent range of local amenities • Suitable for a range of D1 institutional uses • Offered freehold with vacant possession
Freehold D1 Opportunity – Attractive Education Building in Prime Pimlico Location
Residential Building Plot (planning granted for detached bungalow). The site currently comprises garden land to the rear of 60 Brighton Road. CiL - to be advised.
The site is located to the rear of 60 Brighton Road and is accessed via a private road from Star Lane. This site is approximately 3½ miles north of the M23 with the M25 (Jct 7) and the national motorway network beyond.
Coulsdon South station is approximately 1¾ mile to the north, whilst Chipstead station is approximately 2½ mile to the north west. Both provide regular services to Central London, Surrey and Sussex.
The site extends to approximately 0.165 hectares (0.407 acres) in total with vehicular access provided from Upper Charles Street to the rear whilst pedestrian access is via London Road. The property was constructed in the late 1980’s and consists of four storeys of office accommodation with a fifth storey plant room on the roof. The property is bound by the A30 to the north, SGS House being offices to the west, 201 to 205 London Road to the east and The Atrium, Upper Charles Street to the south. The Atrium is a modern shopping centre which opened in 2008 providing residential, leisure and retail buildings and 683 public parking spaces. Leisure facilities include a nine-screen cinema, a bowling alley, a health and fitness club, cafés and restaurants. The existing building is currently a B1 office extending to circa 2,040 sq m of commercial GIA with 33 allocated spaces to the rear.
207-215 London Road, Camberley, GU15 3EY
Type: Office, Residential, Offices
207-215 London Road, Surrey, Camberley, GU15 3EYGBSurrey Heath, CamberleySurreyGU15 3EY201-205, London Road
The property comprises retail at ground and part-first floor level (Class A1, A2 and/or A3), currently let to Coffee Kahawa Limited (trading as Costa Coffee) extending to 2,385 sqft. The remainder of the first and the second floor comprises four self- contained flats extending to 2,166 sqft NSA.
The property is located c.0.2 miles to the west of Burnt Oak Underground Station (Northern Line, Zone 4).
The property is fully let. The retail unit has a passing rent of £30,000pa. We have been advised that the retail unit is under-let and has an ERV of c.£50,000pa. The four flats have a passing rent of £39,300pa. The total passing rent is £69,300pa.
We have been made aware that there are rent reviews every 5 years and the next is due in December 2019.
There is scope to increase the rental income, notably in respect of the retail unit (under-rented) and Flat B (regulated tenancy). We understand that the tenant is a wheelchair-bound 85-year old single occupant, who is on the Council’s waiting list for a ground floor flat elsewhere.
The property is available freehold subject to the existing tenancies.
For further information please contact one of the team:
Freehold investment property for sale comprising a ground floor cafe/take-away (currently producing GBP 22,360 per annum, but ultimately rising to GBP 31,414.19) with four self-contained studio flats over (currently producing GBP 2,150 per month). New 12 month agreements already completed for the four flats (wef 1/7/18), which will provide for a total gross annual income for the building of GBP 46,160.
(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N601. Feb 21 2018 2:53PM)
LOCATION The thriving and expanding Market Town of Faringdon lies adjacent to the A420 between Oxford (19 miles) and Swindon (11 miles) in the county of Oxfordshire.
The property is located in the attractive Market Square which, together with a supermarket, bank and a wide variety of shops, is the historic retail centre of the town.
DESCRIPTION An end of terrace building with a ground floor shop, two/three first floor flats, one second floor flat and the potential (subject to planning) for further development at the rear.
ACCOMMODATION All areas are approximate and measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Practice.
GROUND FLOOR: A. Shop. Retail Area:-97.16 sq.m (1046 sq.ft). Frontage 5m ( 16’ 3”) B. Store 23.81 sq.m (256 sq.ft). C. Store/Redevelopment 48.18 sq.m (519 sq.ft) CELLAR: 138.14 sq.m (1487 sq.ft) FIRST FLOOR: D. Flats. One 2 bedroom flat. Two single bedroom flats (currently combined as one) E. Store/Redevelopment 35.65 sq.m (384 sq.ft) SECOND FLOOR: One 2 bedroom flat
TENURE The property is available freehold, subject to an Assured Shorthold Tenancy on one first floor flat and the second floor flat.
RATEABLE VALUE/COUNCIL TAX We understand the shop has a Rateable Value in the 2017 Rating List of £11,000. Small Business Relief may be available. Council Tax bandings are B.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Vale of White Horse District Council, Abbey House, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 3JN. Tel: 01235 520202
EPC The retail area has a rating of D and the flats are all a C rating. Reports available on request.
LEGAL COSTS Each party is to bear its own legal and surveyors’ costs.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent.
21 Market Place
Type: Retail, Flat, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Mixed Use, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
21 Market Place, SN7 7HUGBFaringdonOxfordshireSN7 7HU21, Market Place
Detailed Planning Approval for 10 dwellings. Central Village location
LOCATION This attractive development site is located in the heart of the village of Mosterton adjacent to the Church and opposite the village’s public house. Access to the site is off Orchard Way.
Mosterton is an active and sought after village surrounded by the rolling countryside of the Axe Valley. It has an excellent range of services including a primary school, pub, village shop, village hall, bus route and Church.
The village is situated just 3 miles north of Beaminster which is a prosperous market town providing a wider range of services and charming shops focused on The Square. Beaminster stands at the head of the River Brit (Hidden Valley) renowned for its tranquillity, wildlife and old water mills. The secondary school is well regarded and is a Christian Foundation School. Mosterton is on the school bus route.
Mosterton is situated approximately 44 miles south of Bristol, 38 miles west of Bournemouth, 35 miles east of Exeter and 15 miles northwest of the county town of Dorchester. Bridport, West Bay and the Jurassic Dorset coastline (World Heritage Site) is approximately 11 miles to the south. There is a main line railway station at Crewkerne some 3 miles to the north.
DESCRIPTION This largely greenfield residential development site extends to approximately 1.1 acres and benefits from detailed planning permission for the construction of 10 dwellings as follows:
Plot Accomm. Sq m Sq ft Garage Plot 1 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl car port Plot 2 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl car port Plot 3 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl car port Plot 4 3 bed semi-det 94 1012 Single garage Plot 5 3 bed semi-det 94 1012 Single garage Plot 6 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl garage Plot 7 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl garage Plot 8 5 bed det 200 2153 Dbl garage Plot 9 4 bed det 158 1701 Dbl garage Plot 10 4 bed det 94 1012 Single garage Total 1430 15395
PLANNING The site has the benefit of planning approval in two parts.
Plots 1-3 have the benefit of a full permission under application reference WD/D/17/002697 and is subject to CIL. The CIL payment can be offset against existing buildings to be demolished on this part of the site and is estimated at £35,000 including indexation.
The remaining seven dwellings (Plots 4-10) have the benefit of outline (WD/D/16/000332) and Reserved Matters Permission (WD/D/17/001535). These dwellings are not subject to CIL but are subject to a Section 106 Agreement providing for payments to affordable housing at £121 per sq m, the overall payment is estimated at £128,000 including indexation.
METHOD OF SALE The site is offered for sale by Private Treaty at a Guide Price of £800,000.
SERVICES There is mains water and electricity on site. All mains services other than gas are available off Orchard Way.
VAT VAT is payable on part of the purchase price. Further details are available on request.
INFORMATION PACK An information pack providing details of the site is available by contacting the agents office.
CONTACT For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact the Joint Sole Agents:
NB A Director of Chesters Commercial has an interest in the sale of this property.
Land at Churchill Farm, Mosterton, Beaminster, DT8 3HJ
Type: Residential Land, Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land at Churchill Farm Mosterton, , Beaminster, DT8 3HJGBBeaminsterDorsetDT8 3HJ
The property was formerly used as a residential dwelling but more recently for scholastic purposes. The property was built over 120 years ago and has a ground floor and two upper floors built of traditional brick construction with a small rear yard. To the north of the building there are single and two storey rear extensions of similar construction. The windows are predominantly original sash sliding construction. Internally the property has suspended timber floor boards, plastered walls and ceilings with original ornate detailing and fireplaces.
For Sale - Development Conversion Opportunity
Tankerville House, Tankerville Terrace & Haldane Terrace, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE2 3BAGBNewcastle upon TyneTyne and WearNE2 3BATankerville Terrace
The existing retail and residential elements of the site comprise a two storey house/ maisonette of traditional construction with brick elevations under a pitched tile roof. To the front, this original construction has been extended with a single storey purpose built retail unit, with full length glazing set within part painted and part rendered brick/ blockwork walls, under a flat felted roof.
The residential element of the property has also been extended to the north by a single storey structure under a mono pitched tile roof.
To the rear of the site is a double garage of traditional construction, with a pitched tile roof over brick elevations.
Total site area is circa 0.21 acres (0.08 Ha).
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3425 )
116 Bridge Road, Southampton, SO31 7EP
Type: General Retail, Land, Residential, Retail, Commercial Land
The property comprises a four storey mid terrace retail unit (A1 Use) and residential upper parts. The ground floor and basement are currently let at £26,350 pa on a single fully repairing and insuring lease for a term of 25 years from 3rd December 2007, with provision for five yearly rent reviews. The rent review effective 3rd December 2017 is outstanding.
The residential maisonette has been sold off on a 99 year lease from March 1983 at a nominal ground rent.
The ground floor and basement retail element is currently operating as a tea room, configured to provide seating for approximately 25 customers, with additional outside seating within the rear courtyard garden. The basement is currently predominantly used for storage.
Copies of the Leases are available to download from our website.
The subject property is situated in the heart of Highgate Village on the north side of Highgate High Street, west of the junction with Townsend Yard and east of Pond Square.
Highgate Village is one of the most sought after residential areas of North London. The property is surrounded by a mix of high street chains, pubs, restaurants and independent shops, which include; Barclays Bank, Tesco Express, Pizza Express, Caffè Nero, Strada, Côte Brasserie and Café Rouge, Le Pain Quotidien, Gails Bakery, Costa, Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank, The Angel Inn, The Bull, The Dukes Head, and The Flask.
Highgate School is situated circa 200m to the north-west of the property on North Hill.
Highgate London Underground Station (Northern Line) is circa 750m to the north.
Highgate High Street (B519) is the main road passing through the Village and connects with Hampstead Lane and Highgate West Hill at its western extremity.
To the south-east, Highgate High Street becomes Highgate Hill, which intersects with Archway Road, Holloway Road and Junction Road, 1km from the property. There are several bus routes that serve Highgate High Street with connections to Finsbury Park, Brent Cross, Holloway and Crouch End.
Freehold Investment For Sale in Highgate Village - London N6
Type: Residential, Retail, General Retail, Restaurant/Cafes
50 Highgate High Street, N6 5HXGBLondonGreater LondonN6 5HX50, Highgate High Street
The property comprises a largely rectangular shaped site and measures approximately 0.49 hectares (1.21 acres). The site currently comprises two part single and part two storey buildings previously used as a car repair / MOT Test Centre and car sales showroom. A customer car park is located to the rear of the site. The site will be sold with vacant possession. The site is bounded by St Marks Road to the north with residential properties beyond. To the east of the site is a builder’s yard and residential properties. To the west and south are residential properties.
The site benefits from a resolution to grant planning consent for the erection of 14 dwellings, with 0% affordable housing, following the demolition of the existing buildings (17/02051/FULL). The resolution to grant planning consent was gained on the 25th October 2017, subject to consultation and resolution of Sustainable Urban Drainage matters. We understand that the Section 106 agreement is currently being negotiated. All planning documents can be found within the information pack.
The information pack is available upon request.
55 St. Marks Road, Maidenhead, SL6 6DP
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
55 St. Marks Road, Berkshire, Maidenhead, SL6 6DPGBWindsor and Maidenhead, MaidenheadBerkshireSL6 6DP47, St Marks Road
A cleared development site extending to approximately 0.11 acres. It formerly comprised Capital Senny’s nightclub which has since been demolished. The site is regular in shape and is accessed directly from Senhouse Street (off Duke Street).
- Cleared development site extending to 0.11 acres (0.04 ha). - Planning permission for 10 residential units. - Town Centre location. - Freehold. - Unconditional offers invited.
For Sale - Development Opportunity - Whitehaven
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Land - at Senhouse Street, Whitehaven, CA28 7ESGBCopeland, WhitehavenCumberlandCA28 7ESSenhouse Street
The property is situated with substantial frontage to Tong Street (A650) at its junction with Knowles Street/Knowles Lane, in an established commercial area approximately 2 miles south east of Bradford City Centre. Tong Street is one of the major arterial routes, being a continuation of Wakefield Road, which ultimately links Bradford City Centre to M62/M621 at Junction 27. The property is therefore in a position to benefit from substantial volumes of passing vehicular traffic.
Nearby occupiers include Subway and Wilco Motosave. Dudley Hill Business Centre is nearby on Knowles Lane.
The property comprises a substantial, brick built and marble clad office building, the ground floor of which has been used for many years by HSBC as a banking hall, together with ancillary offices etc. The property benefits from a small car park, capable of accommodating between 6 and 8 vehicles.
We calculate the gross internal floor areas as follows:-
Offices, Banking Hall, Staff Area etc 346.34 sqm (3,728 sqft)
Offices etc 346.34 sqm (3,728 sqft)
Attic 9.85 sqm (106 sqft) __________ __________ Total Gross Internal Floor Area Approx. 702.53 sqm (7,562 sqft)
Car Park for 6/8 vehicles
The property is currently assessed for rating purposes as follows:-
Description: Bank and Premises Rateable Value: £19,750
Description: Offices and Premises Rateable Value: £12,750
The Uniform Business Rate for 2017/2018 is 47.9 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.
The property benefits from planning permission to convert the offices into 14 x residential units (Planning Ref: 17/04015/FUL and 17/03558/POR) comprising 2 x 2 bed units; 12 x 1 bed units. A copy of the approved plans, decision notices etc can be downloaded by contacting our office or visiting:- www.planning.bradford.gov.uk/online-applications/
RESTRICTION ON USE
The sale will incorporate a restriction on the use preventing the property from being utilised as serviced office.
Offers in the region of £275,000 subject to contract for the freehold interest with vacant possession - subject to contract.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating for the property is:-
D - 82
All prices and rentals quoted are exclusive of any VAT liability – if applicable.
64 Tong Street, Bradford, BD4 9LX
64 Tong Street, BD4 9LXGBBradfordWest YorkshireBD4 9LX64, Tong Street
Forming part of a wider area with outline planning permission for up to 1,100 dwellings, a local centre and a primary school, we are pleased to offer Phase 1 comprising 12.88 hectares (31.82 acres) with capacity for up to 316 dwellings.
The site comprises agricultural land and is located on the south western edge of Derby adjoining Mickleover. Agricultural land lies to the north and west of the site, with residential development currently under construction by Barratt and David Wilson Homes to the immediate east. The land has a gentle gradient sloping down from the southern boundary towards the north.
Full details and an information pack is available on a dedicated website, access to which will be provided on receipt of an expression of interest.
Land at New House Farm, Mickleover, Derby, DE3 0DN - Phase 1
Type: Residential Land, Residential
New House Farm, Etwall Road, DE3 0DNGBDerbyDerbyshireDE3 0DNEtwall Road