Planning consent approved for conversion of the upper parts into 21 apartmentsOne Comment
The existing property arranged over 2 floors was previously utilised as a supermarket on the ground floor with first floor storage and 1 x 3 bedroom flat fronting Cooden Sea Road. To the rear of the property is a car park accessed from Meads Road which accommodates approximately 6 cars. The property is currently in shell and core condition throughout ready which means no significant strip out will be required prior to works being commenced .One Comment
Triple-fronted commercial unit available to let with up to 4,405 square feet available, on a new lease with no premium.One Comment
The property is arranged over three floors and a basement. The ground floor and basement have recently been let to a boutique hairdresser who is due to begin their fit-out imminently. The two upper floors are multi-tenanted and occupied by a dentist and graphic designer. Part of the first floor will be sold with vacant possession.0 Comments
A two-storey mixed-use property on Hoe Street, Walthamstow consisting of a vacant ground floor commercial unit and a self-contained 1 bedroom flat on the first floor. The freehold interest is available for £375,000.One Comment
A ground floor lock up shop measuring approximately 700 square feet (65 square metres). The property benefits from electric shutters, w/c, a small yard area, and new glazed frontage. The property is suitable for a range of uses, subject to appropriate consents being obtained.
A ground floor lock up shop which benefits from electric shutters. The property is suitable for a range of uses, subject to appropriate consents being obtained.
The property currently has a rateable value of £7,100 per annum. We would anticipate tenants being able to obtain business rates relief. All interested parties are advised to check their eligibility with the London Borough of Waltham Forest business rates department.
The property is available on a new lease at £16,000 per annum with further terms to be agreed. All negotiations are strictly subject to contract.