The property is located in a prime corner position in the centre of Crowthorne High Street. Crowthorne is a large village in an affluent area of Berkshire, home to the famous boarding school Wellington College. Crowthorne Railway Station is about 1 mile from the property with services to Reading and Guildford. Junction 4 of the M3 is approximately 4 miles drive and Junction 10 of the M4 is approximately a 6 mile drive.
Other local occupiers on the High Street include Barclays Bank, Lidl Supermarket, Don Beni’s Restaurant, The Co-operative supermarket, HSBC, Coral Bookmakers, Romans Estate Agents, Nationwide Bank and Costa Coffee.
The property was constructed in late 2004, and comprises 16 residential flats on first and second floors with 4 retail units beneath. The shops are largely open plan with disabled WC’s and a kitchen or store room to the rear. The vacant retail units offer the potential of being combined. There is a large car park to the rear with allocated parking for the flats and shops and ample room for rear loading.
· 16 residential flats producing ground rents of £4,000 pa.
. 2 retail units LET with an income of £17,500 p.a. and £17,000p.a.
. Building constructed in late 2004.
· Prominent High Street corner location.
· Large car park to the rear and under-croft.
· EPC's available upon request.
The Freehold of the property is available to purchase.
Each party to pay their own legal costs.
We understand that this property is elected for VAT. All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT.
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