Located just off the High Street of Southend On Sea Essex. Southend has been named among the best places in the UK for start-up businesses, according to a new study. With its exceptional commuter links to London, and the coastal surroundings, it is great for tourism.
A double fronted commercial property with front car park and rear garden. Most recently used as a veterinary practice. Subject to a change of use this building could be used for offices or residential use. The building has been extended to the rear to provide further floor space. The garden offers potential for future extension development.
The popular village of Gayton has many local amenities including a filling station with mini mart and post office, village hall and a popular pub serving food. King's Lynn, approximately 7 miles away, is an important subregional centre and offers a wide range of shops, leisure and educational facilities.
The ground floor provides largely open plan trade areas with central wooden bar servery, log burner, traditional decor with tiled and wooden flooring and a mix of loose settle seating, tables and chairs. To the rear are several storage areas and male and female WCs as well as a well equipped commercial trade kitchen, with new extraction.
Comprising a prominent corner premises in the heart of Braintree town centre, the properties are arranged acrossthe ground to fourth floors. No. 73 comprises the ground floor only and is arranged as two rooms with single WC. No. 75 offers a corner shop / office arranged as open plan accommodation with rear kitchenette.
The subject comprises the ground floor retail element of an end terrace mixed use property, enjoying return frontage to Victoria Road together with yard area to rear providing two parking spaces. Internally the shop is laid out with customer and display areas to front, with rear office, stores, WC and kitchenette.
Cross Keys Nursery is relatively flat with an area extending to 2.06 hectares (5.10 acres). It comprises 5200m² (1.26 acres) of widespan glass (Cambridge and Westock), 5876m² (1.45 acres) of Spanish tunnels and a 521.69m² (5615ft²) Nursery shed. The shed houses the offices and has UPVC double glazed windows and door.
An imposing, former banking premises recently vacated by Barclays, the property is a substantially built in attractive red brickwork with parapet, double mahogany entrance doors and double hung sash windows.
The property occupies a corner location at the junction of Branksome Lyme and Trinity Roads. Ground Floor: A very small retail shop approx. 200 sq.ft. with storage behind leading to a kitchen, which then provides access to the rear garden and garage. First Floor: Lounge, Bedroom and Bathroom. Second Floor: Bedroom.
The premises comprise two ground floor lock up retail units, together with two first floor flats, with self contained entrance off High Street. A small enclosed storage area has been created within the side yard area forming part of the ground floor shop unit at 8 High Street.
The property comprises a single storey detached retail premises of solid brick construction and a split level flat roof. Internally it is primarily open plan with mezzanine storage, kitchen and WC facilities to the rear. The property is carpeted throughout and has suspended fluorescent lighting, 3 phase electricity and gas heating.
The property is arranged on ground and two upper floors comprising, at present, three ground floor shop units (one of which is let and occupied), self contained former tea room premises at first floor level and a two-bedroom flat at second floor level.
The premises occupies a prime location along the High Street in the very centre of the popular and highly regarded coastal town of Aldeburgh. The High Street offers an excellent range of local and national retailers including Crew Clothing, Joules, Collen & Clare, Quba & Co, O & C Butcher, Adnams, Fatface,
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The property comprises 4 ground floor rooms, 3 first floor rooms, ladies and gents toilets, kichen, cellar, attic room and rear courtyard garden, with a rear entrance from The Thoroughfare. There is a flat roof extension on the ground floor. The property currently trades as an accountants practice and has an office use consent.
The Property comprises two elements.
The ground floor provides retail space, most recently occupied for a number of years as a florist. The shop benefits from a staff WC, roller shutter to the shopfront and rear access which leads to the large town car park. There is a basement with a floor-to-ceiling height of 1.9m.
A Freehold investment opportunity to purchase a large retail property, currently let to Costa Coffee until 24th July 2024 (at a passing rent of £25,000). The property is offered For Sale Freehold, subject to the existing tenancy. Further details available from the Agents.