For Sale

Shop Long Leasehold, 176 King Street, Hammersmith, W6 0RA

  • Building Area 660 sq ft (61 sqm)
  • Sale Price £525,000

Virtual Freehold - Investment details to be updated

Amenities

  • VIRTUAL FREEHOLD
  • 979 years remaining
  • Shop & Lower Ground Floor
  • Very good natural light
  • Private Courtyard
  • Affluent area
  • Marketing rent £31,000 p.a.x. - U/O
  • Opposite redevelopment West King Street
  • Investment

Description

Attractive mid-terrace period building comprising: ► Ground floor shop & lower ground floor with patio doors to private courtyard, kitchenette, plus 2x WCs/Washrooms and storage.

Situated in this busy and popular parade on the north side of King Street (A315), in the two way section which extends east from the junction of Dalling Road to Studland Street. Opposite the redevelopment of West King Street (181 – 187 King Street Town Hall extension and 207 King Street former Cineworld) with planning for a scheme to comprise 4 screen cinema, over 200 residential units, offices and A1/A3 Use commercial units. Nearby businesses include KFH & Portico estate agents, YY Security, Enterprise, Pure Barberism W6 and The Hampshire Hog PH. Within 250 metres of Ravenscourt Park (District line) TfL station. Hammersmith (District, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City Lines) TfL stations are within ½ mile to the east. Many bus routes serve the area. “Pay & Display/Ringo” parking close by.

Use Class E - Commercial, Business and Service Council

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

Tenure

Vacant

EPC

Available upon request

Tenure

FOR SALE: LONG LEASEHOLD / VIRTUAL FREEHOLD Ground floor, basement and common parts held by the current Freeholder on a commercial 999 year lease from 25/12/1999 (979 years remaining) at a peppercorn ground rent. SHOP: VACANT (the new lease marketed at a rental of £31,000 p.a.x. is currently under offer and with solicitors - terms to be confirmed following completion).

Viewing

By appointment with MJ Finn Commercial

Building Area 660 sq ft

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