60 - 66 (even) High Street, Chalgrove, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX44 7SS
The flat at No.66A has three bedrooms and not as stated under the Description sub-heading.
The most recent insurance premiums have just been demanded from the tenants. The Seller will manage any payments received between exchange and completion although some may remain outstanding upon completion.
Summary: Neighbourhood parade with asset management opportunity
Miles: Oxford 12 miles, High Wycombe 17 miles
Roads: B480, B4009, A329, M40 (junction 7)
Rail: Lower Radley, West End and High Ropes Oxford
The property comprises a substantial mixed use detached neighbourhood parade arranged as three shops (one double unit) and four flats. The flats are each self-contained and are arranged over the first and second floors. They each have two bedrooms apart from the flat over No.66 that has four bedrooms. They are all accessed from the rear of the property. There is good on site car parking as well as a terrace of lock up garages to the rear of the site. The property is situated on the south side of High Street, close to the junction with Hardings, within an affluent and popular village location.
The Seller has not elected to charge VAT
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|Address||Tenant||Floor||Use||Sq M||Sq F||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa||Rent Review|
|60/60A & 62/62A||Hatch Ride Properties (No. 60/60A & 62/62A is sublet to Chalgrove Pharmacy Ltd) (1)||Ground First/second||Retail/storage Residential (as two flats)||80.08 2 x two bedroom flats||862||15 years from 05/04/2017||£20,000||05/12/2022 & 5 yearly|
|64/64A||B Battista t/a Posies (1)||Ground First/second||Retail/workshop Residential||40.12 Two bedroom flat||432||15 years from 27/01/2006||£10,000||27/01/2018 & 3 yearly|
|66/66A||B & S Patel t/a Londis (1)||Ground First/second||Retail Residential||73.02 Three bedroom flat||786||15 years from 25/03/2008||£11,000||25/03/2017 & 3 yearly|
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