GROUND FLOOR CAFE
WITH RESIDENTIAL UPPER PARTS
FREEHOLD INVESTMENT FOR SALE
- Freehold Investment For Sale
- Subject to the existing tenancies
- Ground Floor Cafe with Residential upper parts
113 High Street, Penge, London, SE20 7DT
The property is situated in a prominent position in the High Street within an established parade comprising a mix of retail and commercial premises.
The property comprises a ground floor Cafe with the benefit of an A3 Licence currently operating as The Hard Edge Cafe together with a one bedroom flat above.
The ground floor comprises an open plan seating area with additional forecourt seating together with rear kitchen and storage/preparation areas.
There is rear access to the property which is useful in terms of deliveries.
At first floor level is a self-contained one bedroom flat.
THE APPROXIMATE NET INTERNAL AREAS ARE AS FOLLOWS
|Sales Area||33.44 sq m||360 sq ft|
|Kitchen||5.58 sq m||60 sq m|
|Rear Preparation and storage area||5.95 sq m||64 sq ft|
|Total||44.97 sq m||484 sq ft|
The ground floor is leased to Christian Breteche trading as The Hard Edge Cafe on effective full repairing and insuring terms expiring on 4th August 2021, subject to 5 yearly rent reviews at a current rent of £16,000 pax.
The first floor flat is let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy currently let at £860 pcm.
The freehold interest is available for sale subject to the above tenancies. Offers are sought in the region of £475,000 plus VAT (if applicable), subject to Contract
According to the Government website the Rateable Value is £6,700 pa. The UBR for 2017/18 is 46.6p in the £.
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