204-206 London Road, Grays, Essex, RM17 5YP

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017


Sold for £390,000

Upon the instructions of

Joint LPA Receivers
  • Freehold mixed use building
  • Asset management opportunity
  • Two shops and a large 4 bedroom first floor flat requiring refurbishment
  • Producing £6,600 per annum (one vacant shop and vacant flat)


204-206 London Road, Grays
Completion will be set for 30 working days from the date of the auction.


Tuesday 28 November and Tuesday 5 December both at 11:30am.



Summary: A part vacant mixed use investment forming part of a parade in a mainly residential location
Miles: Rainham 8 miles, Basildon 14 miles, Dagenham 11 miles
Roads: A13, A1089, A126, A1012, A282
Rail: Grays


The property comprises two ground floor shops with a self-contained first floor flat above. The flat is accessed from the rear, via a small yard from Castle Road. The flat is arranged as four bedrooms, living room, kitchen, shower/WC and requires complete refurbishment. The property is situated on the north side of London Road at the junction with Castle Hill, within a parade of shops, in a mainly residential area.




The property could have potential for change of use, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. For further information contact Thurrock Council (01375 652291) www.thurrock.gov.uk


Refer to the legal documentation

Energy Performance Certificate

See website

Address Tenant Floor Use Sq M Sq Ft Lease Terms Rent £ pa
TOTAL £6,600
204 London Road Chyril Hutchinson t/a Hairdresser Ground Retail 26.90 290 1 year from 17/03/2017 £6,600
204A London Road Vacant First Residential (4 bedroom flat) 78.29 843 Vacant
206 London Road Vacant Ground Retail/storage 68.50 737 Vacant
The areas for the retail units have been taken from the VOA website.


Seller's solicitor

Irwin Mitchell LLP

Doug Robertson

0113 218 6428


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