Crossman House, 9 High Street, Sunninghill, SL5 9NQ
For Shop 1, a rent deposit of £3,150 is held.
For Shop 2, a rent deposit of £3,500 is held.
In “Description”, reference to four flats at first floor level should be disregarded. There is one flat at ground floor level, three flats on the first floor and the newly developed flat is on the second floor.
Friday 14 July 2017 at 10:30am
Summary: High Street is the main route through the village and provides a mix of retail and leisure uses.
Miles: Ascot 1 mile, Windsor 7 miles, Central London 25 miles
Roads: B3020, A30, M3 (junctions 2 & 3), M25 (junction 12)
Rail: Sunningdale & Ascot railway stations (direct services to London Waterloo)
Air: Heathrow Airport 10 miles
The property comprises a detached modern building of traditional construction beneath a pitched roof. The building is arranged as two ground floor retail units with five one bedroom flats at first and second floor level with separate access from the side of the building. There are four flats on the first floor, two of which have been sold off on long leases whilst the remaining two flats have recently been refurbished to a high standard. The flat at second floor level has been newly developed, again to a high standard. Externally there is a rear parking area for about 7 cars, with each commercial and residential unit allocated one space each. The property lies on the west side of the road, opposite its junction with Queen's Road.
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (01628 683800) www.rbwm.gov.uk
Planning & Development
Planning permission was granted on 14/01/2016 for the creation of 1x self contained flat in the roof space (Ref: 15/03903).
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
EPC Rating 67 Band C.
|Address||Tenant||Floor||Use||Sq M||Sq Ft||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa|
|Shop 1||Lvzsun Ltd t/a Coupe Hair Salon (1)||Ground||Retail||48.31||520||15 years from 25/06/2016||£13,000|
|Shop 2||The Little Flower Pot Ltd (2) (3)||Ground||Retail||43.01||463||15 years from 10/11/2006||£14,000|
|Flat 1||Individual||First||Residential||49.14||529||99 years from 24/06/1988||£200|
|Flat 2||Individual||First||Residential||49.14||529||99 years from 24/06/1988||£200|
|Flat 3||Individual||First||Residential||50.17||540||AST (refer to legal pack)||£11,400|
|Flat 4||Individual||First||Residential||46.45||500||AST (refer to legal pack)||£11,400|
|Flat 5||Vacant||Second||Residential||Not measured||Vacant|
(2) There is a personal guarantee from Helen Rachel Murphy (refer to legal pack).
(3) The lease contained break clauses which have not been implemented.
020 3397 4367
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