100 To104 Matilda Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 4QF

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The property comprises principally of 8 new build flats fully occupied as student accommodation serviced with a lift to all floors with a further 2 flats converted within the former Matilda Tavern, again fully occupied.

The ground floor of the former Matilda Tavern provides a newly occupied residential letting agency and a long established cafe business next door.

Adjacent to the above is a vacant former laboratory building of brick and cement construction over ground, first and second floors suitable for further development of the site.

69A & 71A Lensfield Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1EN

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Commercial building with ground floor retail and first and second floor offices. Ideal refurbishment / redevelopment opportunity. Centrally located just 15 mins walk from the city centre and train station. The shop includes adjoining workshop with separate access from Lensfield Road. The first and second floor offices benefit from independent entrances off Lensfield Road and Brookside. Enclosed central courtyard. Freehold with vacant possession.

Liphook By-Pass, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7TT

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The property comprises an existing single storey Starbucks coffee shop that has recently been converted into a drive-thru store and undergone extensive refurbishment works and new fit out internally.

The Gross Internal floor area of the property is approximately 2,700 sq. ft. and the site area is 0.64 acres (0.26 hectares) and includes 20 parking spaces. There is potential for 4 EV charging bays to be created. The building comfortably seats 120 customers including external areas.

There is potential to create 4 electric car charging points. These 4 bays are excluded from the Starbucks leasehold interest. The current vendor has a proposal from Osprey Charging Network Ltd to pay a rent of £2,500 per charger based on a 15 year lease and with annual CPI rent reviews with a cap and collar. There is the opportunity to add an extra unit, parking spaces and EV charging subject to planning.

Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 7AJ

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Mixed commercial and residential freehold investment in popular location with current income of £41,800 pa. Ground floor shop with forecourt used as an estate agents let on lease until Sept 2034. Spacious two bedroom flat and bedsit with separate access let on ASTs. Rear parking for 2/3 cars. Within easy walking / cycling distance of train station and Cambridge Leisure. No VAT on price.

Sheep Market, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1BE

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Self-contained banking premises located in the heart of Spalding Town Centre. Fully let to Nottingham Building Society until November 2032 (tenant break in November 2028) and producing £16,500 pa (rent reviews due from 13/11/22 and 13/11/27). Rear access gives potential for future self-containment of upper parts.

Godfrey Drive, Overfield Park, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 2UA

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Overfield Park offers high quality bespoke industrial and warehouse units tailored to suit the widest range of industries and occupiers.

Positioned immediately opposite the 1.4m sq ft Dixons, Carphone Warehouse campus, Overfield Park is already home to Wirtgen and John Deere. National Highways have programmed Newark Bypass improvements to connect M1 and Leicester to the A1 and Central Lincolnshire.

The 35-acre park has been masterplanned to promote well-being including foot and cycleway connections to Newark and Newark Northgate Train station. Extensive landscaping and breakout areas provide green amenity,
while food retail is provided by the on-site Starbucks.

In addition to industrial and logistics uses, the long frontages to the A46 and A17 make Overfield Park an ideal roadside, leisure and retail location with Wirtgen and John Deere already on site.

Overfield Park has direct access to the A1 and A46, Overfield Park has a reach extending from London and Bristol n the south, to the Scottish borders in the north.All the major manufacturing centres of the UK,plus nearly 70% of national consumers, fall
within a single HGV journey.

All mains services are available to the Business Park. Specific utility capacity requirements will be considered on a case by case basis.

Overfield Park has allocation for employment and complimentary road side uses. Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the Local Planning Authority.

The new buildings will be made available for Freehold Sale or To Let.

Price/rent available on application.

Each building will contribute to the cost of shared services such as maintenance and landscaping.

VAT will be charged in addition to sale prices/rent at the current rate.

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs.

6 Paddington Street, London, Greater London, W1U 5QG

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Situated in a prominent location on the north side of Paddington Street, close to the junction with Marylebone High Street. The “Marylebone village” is an established vibrant area offering an abundance of shopping, restaurant and café/bar amenities.

Station Road, Kennett, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, CB8 7QQ

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The site comprises circa 1.45 acres with the benefit of Outline Planning Consent for neighbourhood retail uses. Surrounded by the development of 500 new build residential units, plus the locality of Kennett and Kentford, the development provides a good opportunity to deliver a convenience store and associated uses.

17-19 & 21 Bethel Street, Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 1JR

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The premises comprise of a two storey stone built building which has been split into two retail units under a pitched tiled roof.
Units 17-19 comprise of a carpet retail showroom, benefitting from good natural light, carpeted flooring, double glazed frontage and additional access at the rear. The approximate NIA is 2,256 sq ft.
Unit 19 is currently utilized as a gunsmiths, benefitting from ground and first retail space as well as an additional ground floor storage. The approximate NIA is 1,664 sq ft.
17-19 is currently let to WJH Floor Coverings Ltd on a 10 year term with tenant break at year 5 at an annual rental of £12,000 from September 2023.
21 is currently let to Aaron Mark Wheeler on a 10 year term at an annual rental of £10,000 from March 2019.
Externally there is demised parking at the rear and on street parking on Bethel Street.

9-11, Middle Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1AG

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The properties comprise a substantial range of buildings fronting both Castle Gate and Middle Gate, within the centre of the well regarded market town of Newark-on-Trent.

Sketchley House fronts on to Castle Gate and is a Grade II Listed building, providing office accommodation over ground and first floor levels with storage on the second floor. This building is occupied by well regarded local solicitors Ringrose Law.

Behind this and leading through on to Middle Gate sit Central Buildings, which also have a pedestrian and delivery access off Castle Gate, with predominantly single storey accommodation, with brick elevations under a pitched roof. The front section of Central Buildings on to Middle Gate is of two storey brick construction under a pitched tiled roof and incorporates a separate self-contained entrance off Middle Gate leading to a suite of offices that are occupied by a local Financial Adviser, albeit the owners have previously secured Planning Permission for the conversion of this space into 1 x one bedroom and 1 x two bedroom apartments. Plans are available showing the proposed layout for this scheme

Central Buildings are predominantly occupied by the Yorkshire Trading Company, who occupy the whole of the ground floor, the majority of which is used for retailing. Internally, this accommodation has a solid floor overlaid in tiles, painted plaster walls and a suspended acoustic tiled ceiling.

The first floor office accommodation fronting Middle Gate has recently been refurbished by the Vendor in advance of the letting and has a solid floor overlaid in carpet and tile with painted plaster walls and ceilings throughout.