• 1980’s Purpose built block comprising 7 two-bedroom and 34 one-bedroom retirement flats • Section 52 Agreement restricting use for residents over 60 years only • All Leases for a term of 999 years from 1 December 1985 (966 years unexpired) • Ground rent reviewed every 25 years to 1/250th of the capital value of the flat • Ground rent income of £14,092 p.a. • Communal Lounge, Laundry and Guest Suite • Maintenance and Insurance carried out by separate Right to Manage Company • Section 5 Notices have not been served
St. Helens Crescent, Hastings, TN34 2SQ
Type: Flat, Other, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Residential Development Opportunity with Planning Permission Land Adjacent to East Ham Jewish Cemetery, Marlow Road, East Ham, London E6 3QG
˃ Located in East Ham in the London Borough of Newham ˃ The site is within a densely populated residential area ˃ Site area is 10,064 sq ft (935 sq m) ˃ Planning permission for six dwelling houses and two flats ˃ Offers invited in excess of £1,000,000
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
HAMPTON ROW, BARNES Offered on behalf of the administrators, a rare opportunity to acquire 38,500 sq ft of residential property.
15 newly built residential properties −− 9 townhouses with 5 bedrooms, secure garage and garden −− 3 duplex apartments with 3 bedrooms and courtyard −− 3 apartments with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 balconies
The properties are in a good location within East Horsley, being close to the mainline railway station, with a frequent service to London Waterloo (50 mins). The A3 at Ripley is approximately 3 miles leading to the motorway network at J10 of the M25 (1.8 miles).
2 STATION APPROACH, EAST HORSLEY
The ground floor is occupied by Henshaws in a prominent location, with parking on the forecourt immediately in front of the estate agency for 3 cars. The ground floor is in good decorative condition. The lease to Henshaws is for a period of 16 years from 31st October 2006 at a current rent of £10,500 per annum exclusive, which is subject to a rent review on the 1st November 2018. The lease is effectively full repairing and insuring.
The upper floors are a residential maisonette with its own separate access. The flat has not been inspected. The maisonette is held on a 99-year lease from 31st July 1989 paying a ground rent of £100 a year, rising to £150 a year in 2049 and £200 a year from 2069.
THE DAIRY, 1A COBHAM WAY, EAST HORSLEY
The Dairy was an office which has been converted to a single-storey, one-bedroom bungalow, with off-street parking. The property also has the benefit of a small paved area in front of The Dairy. Internally, the accommodation is in good decorative condition, with en-suite shower, wash hand basin, w.c. from the double bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
The Dairy is currently let on an assured shorthold tenancy at £900 per calendar month. (£10,800 per annum) until 20th February 2019.
We are seeking offers in the region of £390,000 for both properties.
MIXED COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT - EAST HORSLEY
Type: Residential, Office, Offices
2 Station Approach, Leatherhead, KT24 6QXGBLeatherheadSurreyKT24 6QX2, Station Approach
The property occupies a prominent position on Derby Road, Long Eaton, near Nottingham.
The property is an existing cinema arranged over ground and two upper floors extending to approximately 5,170 sqft GIA.
An indicative scheme has been drawn up by the vendor. We have been informed that there is potential for 2 retail units (4,354 sqft NIA) and 47 apartments (23,498 sqft NSA). Purchasers are invited to make their own enquiries regarding planning potential with the local planning authority: Erewash Borough Council .
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION:
The property occupies a prominent position on Derby Road amongst other local shops and amenities. The open spaces of West Park are within easy reach. Transport links are provided by both Long Eaton rail and Attenborough rail stations. Long Eaton railway station is located 1.1 miles south of the property.
The Old Southern Forge and The Old Southern Railway Stables occupy adjacent properties fronting onto Catlin Street, Bermondsey. The properties are separately owned and are offered to the market as two separate lots. The site was formerly used for brick making and steel fabrication and is now split into two separate ownerships. Half of the site has been used by Metalwork fabricators, Old Southern Forge Ltd, since the mid-1990’s and the other half by The Old Southern Railway Stables, which originally acted as a horse hospital for the Bricklayers Arms Depot of the Southern Railway. The existing buildings are predominantly brick built and single storey fronting onto Catlin Street. The two separate ownerships form the two Lots available for sale. To the rear of the site is approximately 0.67 acres of part brown part greenfield land, currently owned by Southwark Council.
Old Southern Railway Forge & Stables, Catlin Street, London, SE1 5US
Type: Business Park, Farm, General Industrial, Industrial Park, Land, Light Industrial, Residential, Residential, Residential, Distribution Warehouse, Offices, Commercial Land, Industrial
Old Southern Railway Forge & Stables, Catlin Street, London, SE1 5USGBSouthwark, LondonSurreySE1 5USSt James's Road
The property comprises a prominent corner building arranged over three storeys plus basement. It comprising a vacant former Public House on the ground and lower ground floor, and a vacant hostel with self-contained access to the upper parts.
A new long leasehold interest (999 years) is available for the upper parts only (former hostel) with vacant possession. The freehold interest and the former Public House (ground floor and basement) are excluded from the sale.
Planning permission has been granted for 3 self-contained flats: 2 x 1 beds (538sqft and 603sqft NSA) and 1 x 3 bed (893sqft NSA). Planning ref: P2015/5085/FUL. The total residential floor area would therefore be 2,034sqft NSA. A variant “Option 2” has been proposed which extends in total to 2,077sqft NSA.
The property is located on the corner of Prebend Street and Packington Street. It is within a short walk of the extensive amenities of Upper Street in Islington.
The property is approximately 700m to the north west of Angel Underground Station (Northern Line Zone 1).
Consented residential development opportunity for 3 flats in Islington
The property comprises three key elements, including a main office building called Frederick House, the associated car parking site to the east of Frederick House, in addition to the building directly off Fulford Road known as The Guard House. The total site area comprises approximately 0.88 hectares (2.17 acres).
Frederick House is comprised of approximately 41,478 sq ft GIA, arranged over 3 floors. The Guard House is comprised of approximately 6,028 sq ft GIA, arranged over 2 floors.
There are approximately 220 car parking spaces across the whole site.
To the east of the site there is an area of surplus car parking, which would be suitable for the development of additional accommodation, subject to planning.
Subject to the necessary consent, the site would be suitable to a number of uses, including redevelopment to residential via permitted development rights or redevelopment to a student or care scheme.
An indicative scheme is available to interested parties comprising a total of 75 units, comprised of 41 units in the main office building, 6 units in the guard house, together with a further 28 new build units to the east of the site.
Type: Healthcare, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Frederick House, York, YO10 4EAGBYork, YorkYorkshireYO10 4EAFulford Road
The Property is largely rectangular in shape and comprises Grade 3 agricultural land, with dense woodland located in the north eastern corner. The Property is bound by Meadow Lane to the west comprising residential dwellings. The northern boundary adjoins an arable field and woodland, with mature hedgerows denoting its boundary. Norton Road is located to the south and a collection of buildings, Manor Farmhouse and Manor Farm, lie to the east.
Land North of Norton Road, Thurston
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land North of Norton Road, Thurston, Thurston, IP31 3PBGBMid Suffolk, Bury St EdmundsSuffolkIP31 3PBNorton Road
The Property is largely rectangular in shape and extends to approximately 3.03 acres. It comprises the Walled Garden and the land to the south which has been cleared. It is bound by North Road and open space to the north, Brampton Park House (‘BPH’) to the east, Central Avenue to the south and existing residential dwellings to the west.
Extensive works to BPH will be undertaken by the Vendor in due course in order to discharge planning condition 9, and thus allowing the land to be developed without restriction.
Parcel F, Brampton Park, Cambridgeshire
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Parcel F, Brampton Park, Cambridgeshire, Brampton Park, PE28 4ZAGBHuntingdonshire, HuntingdonHuntingdonshirePE28 4ZA539, Iowa Road
The Starting Gate The asset can be found within Hardwicke just north of J12 M5 accessed via the A38. The investment comprises 5 units of which 3 are commercial self-contained units and 2 residential self-contained apartments. The investment currently generates a commercial rental income of GBP 53,500 and a residential income of GBP 14,100, there are no current rental arrears from any tenant. Offers are sought in the region of GBP 950,000 for this freehold investment opportunity.
(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N427. May 29 2018 9:37AM)
The Starting Gate, Elmgrove Road East, Gloucester, GL2 4PY
Type: Land, Residential, Residential, Commercial Land
The Starting Gate, Elmgrove Road East, Gloucester, GL2 4PYGBStroud, GloucesterGloucestershireGL2 4PY1, Elmgrove Road East
A substantial and very prominently located office building, that overlooks Regent Road, close to the city centre. The premises are constructed in brickwork under a pitched slate roof, with attractive either timber sash or stone mullion windows. There is an imposing entrance into the property.
Internally, the property is arranged over three levels, providing a number of more open plan and cellular offices that are all well appointed and carpeted throughout.
There is the usual arrangement of WCs, together with attractive kitchen and rest room facilities for staff.
To the rear of the property, and with access from Salisbury Road, is a substantial car park for some 24 cars. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7275 )
The property is located on the north side of Maybury Road, Woking close to the junction with Monument Road. The town centre is within a short walk which provides good rail connections to London Waterloo and Portsmouth Harbour.
The property comprises a pair of semi-detached two-storey Victorian buildings fronting Maybury Road, Woking. The ground floor front comprises retail space with the rest of the ground floor used as ancillary office/storage and kitchen. The first floor provides a mix of office and residential accommodation. To the rear of the site is a single-storey warehouse erected in 2009 under Planning Reference 2009/0007.
In addition to the various buildings, the sale will also include a section of the garden to the rear of 150 Maybury Road and a further piece of land which runs along the rear of 143-150 Maybury Road.
ACCOMMODATION (see attached PDF) The rear gardens provide a combined site area of 383.22 sq m / 4,125 sq ft approx Total site area – land and buildings = 1,135.52 sq m / 12,223 sq ft approx
PLANNING We believe the premises provides a number of opportunities for alternative uses including residential which would require planning, but any interested parties would need to make their own enquiries at Woking Borough Council Planning Department – Tel: 01483 743843.
PRICE The property will be sold with vacant possession from August 2018 when the occupier relocates to alternative premises. We are seeking offers in excess of £1.15 million. We are advised the sale will not attract VAT.
PROPERTY OF INTEREST TO OWNER OCCUPIERS / INVESTORS / DEVELOPERS
- Residential Investment Opportunity - Block of 7 Apartments and 1 Bedsit - Located within walking distance of Clacton's Railway Station & Town Centre - Rental Income £56,620 PA approx. - Guide Price £725,000 stc ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868607 )
York Mews Flats 1-7, 73-75 High Street, Clacton-on-sea, CO15 6PW
York Mews Flats 1-7, 73-75 High Street, Clacton-on-sea, CO15 6PWGBTendring, Clacton-on-SeaEssexCO15 6PW56, High Street
- Informal Tender 12Noon Friday 22nd June 2018 - In need of Refurbishment - Three Bedroom Mid-Terrace House - Located in the popular area of St Mary's - Short Walk from Colchester Town Centre - No on-going chain ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868606 )
Two-storey retail premises in town centre location with dual shop frontage. Includes first floor storage and substantial full height attic space. Upper floors have redevelopment potential for conversion to residential accommodation, subject to planning consent. Ground floor could be split to provide two or more separate retail units. Available to rent or purchase freehold with vacant possession.
6 Crown Street, Wellington, Telford, TF1 1LP
Type: Retail, Residential, Flat, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Shopping Centre Unit, Mixed Use, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
6 Crown Street, TF1 1LPGBTelfordShropshireTF1 1LP6, Crown Street