8A Cherwell Close, Langley, Slough, Berkshire, SL3 8XB
Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017
Sold for £360,000
- Freehold retail investment
- Let to Tote Bookmakers Limited (holding over)
- Planning granted for two bedroom flat above retail unit
- Includes an area of land to the rear with potential
- Current rent £13,250 per annum
Summary: A neighbourhood shopping parade within a residential housing estate
Miles: Slough 4 miles, Hayes 8 miles, Hounslow 8 miles
Roads: B470, A4, M4 (junction 5)
Air: Heathrow International Airport
The property comprises a single storey end-of-terrace lock up shop, forming part of a mainly two storey neighbourhood parade built of traditional brick construction. There is an area of land behind the property that may suit residential development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The property is situated just to the south of Cherwell Close, being adjacent to London Road (A4) and opposite the junction with Laburnam Road.
Planning permission was granted on 30/09/1985 for the erection of a two bedroom first floor flat above the shop and subsequent minor amendments were approved on 26/03/1986. The Seller has commenced the development in accordance with the consent and the Council has acknowledged the same. For further information refer to the legal pack or contact Slough Borough Council (01753 477 340) www.slough.gov.uk
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
|Address||Tenant||Floor||Use||Sq M||Sq Ft||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa|
|8A Cherwell Close||Tote Bookmakers Limited (t/a Betfred) (1) (2)||Ground||Retail Kitchen/internal storage||72.00 4.00||775 43||Lease expired on 21/11/2009||£13,250|
(1) The property has traded as a bookmaker since 1991.
(2) Tote Bookmakers Limited for the year ending 25/09/2016, reported a turnover of £141.19 million, a pre-tax profit of £16.98 million and a shareholders' funds of £52.76 million. (Source: Graydon).
Lambert Smith Hampton
01628 678 180
Harris & Harris
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