16 Warwick Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 1HE

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017


Sold for £362,000

Upon the instructions of

A major UK Bank
  • Freehold former banking hall and ancillary accommodation totalling about 2,286 sq ft (212.37 sq m)
  • Asset management opportunity and possible residential conversion in part, subject to consents
  • Vacant possession (plus £2,000 per annum from ATM)


12:00pm on Friday 24 November 2017
11:00am on Monday 4 December 2017



Summary: The property is located on Warwick Road at its junction with Barrow Road, opposite Costa Coffee.
Miles: University of Warwick 3 miles, Coventry 6 miles
Roads: B4103, A452, A46
Rail: Warwick, Coventry
Nearby Occupiers: Greggs, Robert Dyas, Costa Coffee, Waitrose, Zizzi


A former banking hall with ancillary accommodation to the rear and first floor offices, totalling about 2,286 sq ft (212.37 sq m) on net internal basis. There is also a small rear yard and an ATM machine to the front. The property occupies a prominent town centre corner position and would suit investors/owner occupiers or developers. There is scope to convert to residential to the rear of the former bank as well as at first floor, subject to obtaining all necessary consents.




Warwick District Council (01926 456536) www.warwickdc.gov.uk


Refer to the legal documentation

Energy Performance Certificate

See website

Address Tenant Floor Use Sq M Sq F Lease Terms Rent £ pa Rent Review
TOTAL 212.37 2,286 2,000
16 Warwick Road Vacant Ground First Banking hall/offices Ancillary storage 126.53 85.84 1,362 924 Vacant
ATM NatWest Bank ATM 5 years from completion (1) 2,000
The measurements have been provided by the vendor and are on a net internal basis.
(1) there is a tenant's break clause at the end of the third year, subject to 6 months notice.

Joint auctioneers



Seller's solicitor

DLA Piper

Alice Rusling

0113 369 2844


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