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Thistle Express HotelSwindon

listed on 2020-02-18  Savills   

Key features Freehold/Virtual Freehold Rare long inflation linked FRI lease with 44.7 years unexpired Low passing rent of £170,000 per annum (£1,789 per bedroom) Rent rises by 17.6% to £200,000 per annum (£2,105 per bedroom) in December 2023 Five yearly reviews to CPI (1% compounded per annum minimum uplifts) thereafter Let to The Wiltshire Hotel (Swindon) Ltd and guaranteed by GLH Hotels Limited 5A1 guarantor company with a strong net asset position of £565.5 million in 2018 Total GIA of 51,918 sq ft (4,823.5 sq m) Purpose built, recently refurbished hotel providing 95 bedrooms across basement, ground and eight upper floors. About this property The purpose-built 95 bedroom Hotel occupies a prominent corner position on Fleming Way. The Tenant has recently undertaken an extensive refurbishment and rebranded as a Thistle Express, reopening in August 2017. The Hotel is arranged over basement, ground and eight upper floors (including plant room on the ninth), across a total GIA of 51,918 sq ft (4,823.5 sq m). The ground floor consists of the reception area and breakfast bar, along with a small kitchen and servicing facilities, with the entrance accessed from Islington Street. The second through to eighth floors contain the hotel bedrooms. Various plant and storage rooms are situated in the basement and on the ninth floor.At the time of the refurbishment, all areas were refurbished with the exception of the ground and first floor bar areas, kitchen and events hall, which were left in situ. Local information The Hotel is strategically situated on a highly visible corner site in the town centre and is just 550 metres (7 minute walk) from Swindon Train Station and is in close proximity to the central businesses district which includes a number of major business such as Zurich, Aecom, Network Rail and Capita. Additional information The property is elected for VAT. Please contact one of our agents for further information. Energy performance To follow.

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Kavanaghs property search for buyers

listed on 2019-11-13  Kavanaghs   

LOCATION Devizes is a popular market town which has been the subject of considerable residential development over recent years and has an expanding community area population of circa 32,000 (2011 census) . Nearby towns within easy reach of Devizes include Chippenham 11 miles, Swindon 18 miles and Salisbury 25 miles. Junction 16 and 17 of the M4 are located approximately 12 miles to the north. The site is situated approximately 1 mile to the north of the town centre. DESCRIPTION The site which can be accessed from the Horton Road to the south, and the A361 London Road to the north is relatively level. A footpath crosses the site to the north east from Horton Road to London Road. To the east of the site there is a residential area and to the south is a consented residential scheme and a Wiltshire Council depot. ACCOMMODATION We are advised that the overall site area extends to 18.04 acres (7.3 ha). SERVICES We have not verified the existence or tested any of the service installations and advise that interested parties make their own investigations as to their state and condition. TERMS Offers are invited from interested parties for the freehold of the site as a whole The sale contract will include reference to an overage provision in favour of the previous landowners. Further details are available upon request. Please note - any sale is subject to Secretary of State approval. VAT All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. LEGAL COSTS Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs. PLANNING The site is allocated in the adopted Wiltshire Core Strategy (2015) for employment use as part of the Horton Road site in Devizes. The Wiltshire Core Strategy requires a master plan to be developed for the allocation in partnership with the local community, local planning authority and developer, to be approved by the Council as part of the planning application process. OTHER EPC RATING (This is how energy efficient the property is) As the site comprises land no EPC is required. Money Laundering Regulations Tenants/purchasers will be required to provide identity information so Anti Money Laundering checks can be undertaken before an offer can be accepted on any property we are marketing VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent - Kavanaghs or Strakers (Joint Agent). See property particulars for contact details.

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Commercial Development siteSandshill, Faringdon

listed on 2019-06-20  Savills   

Key features 9.07 acres approx Commercial Dev. Site Good road links M4/M34 Close to amenities A1/ B1/ B2/B8 Commercial Development site of approximately 9.07 acres. About this property The site was formerly the Rogers Concrete Works and is in the process of being cleared of all structures, it extends to approximately 9.07 acres. Local information The site is located in Faringdon, which is situated approximately 17 miles west of Oxford and 12 miles north of Swindon on the A420 providing good access to the M4 and A34. It is close to amenities such as Waitrose, Aldi and Costa Coffee Drive Thru, situated approximately 0.6 miles away at Faringdon Park which is just off the A417 roundabout. Additional information The existing use is A1, B1, B2 and B8 and there used to be approximately 24,355 sq ft of basic structures on the site. The Property will be restricted to these uses. The site forms part of the ‘Land south of Park Road ‘strategic allocation in the Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1(LPP1) which was adopted in December 2016. Under the adopted masterplan the site is allocated for commercial use. Energy performance N/A

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Burcot HouseTadpole Lane, Blunsdon, Swindon

listed on 2020-03-19  Savills   

Key features Greenfield development opportunity Allocated site in the Swindon SHELAA to the north of Swindon Site extending to circa 2.59 acres (1.05 Ha) Offers invited About this property The site comprises of an irregular shaped parcel of pasture land equating to approximately 2.59 acres (1.05 Ha) or thereabouts, to the south of Tadpole Lane, Blunsdon St Andrew. A site plan is attached showing the site boundary outlined in yellow. The site is bounded to the north and west by Tadpole Lane, to the east by a open grass field with residential beyond and to the south by hedges and trees with Diamond Jubilee Park behind. Local information The site is located on the edge of Blunsdon St Andrew, a village in the borough of Swindon in Wiltshire. The Abbey Farm development was granted permission on April 2015 for 350 dwellings, primary school, local convenience store, utilities and other engineering works being developed to the east of the site. Tadpole Garden Village development to the west of the site is also currently being built out by Crest Nicholson. Swindon town centre is approximately 5.8 miles (9.3 km) to the south with Cirencester approximately 12.9 miles (20.8 km) to the north west. The site postcode is SN25 2DY. Additional information The site lies within the administrative boundary of Swindon Borough Council and is allocated within the Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA), reference S0056. This allocation states it is suitable for residential development for 30 units deliverable in 2028/29 to 2032/33.

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Crudwell

In pretty Cotswold village between Cirencester and the M4. Prominent position, charming walled gardens and ample car parking. y/e December 2018 showed £829,625 net sales.

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Signal PointStation Road, Swindon, Wiltshire, South West, SN1 1FE

listed on 2019-06-20  Savills   

Key features Located above Swindon Railway Station Ability to subdivide floors Landmark office building in Central Swindon Generous car parking ratio (1:675 sq ft) DDA compliant premises Located above Swindon Railway Station Ability to subdivide floors Landmark office building in Central Swindon About this property Signal Point is a highly prominent 12 storey purpose built building. The main entrance to the property is immediately adjacent to the Swindon Railway Station, providing tenants with unrivalled of access to rail services. Floor plates can be sub-divided but currently provide a mixture of open plan and cellular accommodation. Each floor has suspended ceilings with recessed lighting, perimeter trunking and gas fired central heating/comfort cooling. Car parking is provided at a ratio of 1:675 ft² and is located at the adjacent surface level car park. Local information The building is centrally located in Swindon on Station Road, immediately above Swindon Railway Station, benefitting from excellent transport links.This location benefits from excellent transport links. The regular rail service provides fast connections to Bristol Temple Meads (45 minutes) and London Paddington (approximately 1 hour). Road connections are also excellent with junctions 15 (4.7 miles) and 16 (3.6 miles) of the M4 motorway being easily accessible by car. There is a taxi rank outside the building, the bus station is within walking distance, as well as a cycle route (which is part of National Route 45). The amenities of the prime retail area are within a 5 minute walk to the south of Signal Point.

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Unicorn Business Centre, Ridgeway SN4

listed on 2018-11-06  Carter Jonas   

10,792 sq ft (1,002.6 sq m) The property comprises a mix of office/business and storage units arranged across two terraces totalling 10,792 sq ft (1,002 sq m). The unit sizes range from small offices of 163 sqft to larger storage units extending to 1,650 Sqft. The building to the front of the estate is of steel portal frame construction with brick and profiled metal sheet elevations under a steel clad roof. Building 2 to the rear comprises a steel portal frame building with steel clad elevations under an asbestos cement sheeted roof. Externally there are good car parking and circulation areas. An additional area of land to the rear of the estate provides space to accommodate the containers and scope to redevelop and build a new terrace of units Fully let Diverse income stream Within 1 mile of J15 of the M4 Land to rear with development potential. Unicorn Business Centre is well located on The Ridgeway (just off the A346 Swindon to Marlborough Road) in Chiseldon to the south of Swindon and within 1 mile of Junction 15 of the M4. Please apply to the agents for an ownership plan showing the tenure arrangements. The area shown edged red is to be sold freehold subject to several 999 year leaseholds namely: Building 6 and Unit 2F.

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Church Street, Calne

FOR SALE Mixed Use Investment Two shops, four flats and a detached three bed cottage Producing a total annualised rent of £44,700 An excellent opportunity to buy an income producing mixed use investment comprising four flats, a detached cottage and two shops, all on one site, in an attractive setting in the conservation area of Calne in Wiltshire. Ref: CML A rare opportunity to buy an income producing mixed use investment comprising four flats, a detached cottage and two shops, all on one site, in an attractive setting in the conservation area of Calne in Wiltshire. - Two shops - Four flats - A detached three bed cottage - Mixed Use Investment - Producing a total rent of £44,700pa approx. when fully let CURRENT RENTAL INCOME Residential Flat one (two bed): £525 pcm Flat two (two bed): £500 pcm Flat three (two bed): £500 pcm Flat four (two bed): £500 pcm Cottage (three bed): £650 pcm Commercial Wong's Chinese take away: £700 pcm Stationery shop ('Avante Garde'): £350 pcm Total income stream: £3,725 pcm (£44,700 annualised) LOCATION The property is located in the within the Heritage Quarter, on a quiet one-way street opposite the West gate to St Mary's Church. The property backs onto the Church Street car park for which vehicular access is directly off the A4 and pedestrian access onto Church Street. Church Street enjoys a wide variety of uses including a number of independent retailers, a supermarket, an estate agents, as well as residential properties. Calne is an expanding town, situated on the A4 between Chippenham (5 miles due West) and Marlborough (8 miles due East). Devizes lies 6 miles to the South. The M4 lies about six miles to the North and is accessed at Junction 17 (Chippenham) or Junction 16 (West Swindon). The population of the town is 23,196 people (2011 Census). DESCRIPTION The listed grade II property dates from the early nineteenth century and the main building is constructed over three storeys.A stationery shop and a Chinese takeaway occupy most of the ground floor space with the flats being above and behind. To the rear of the property is the former dairy which the current owners have renovated and extended to form a modern three bed cottage with an attractive courtyard and garden. Pedestrian access to the cottage is via a gated and arched carriage way in the Church Street frontage. TENANCIES The residential accommodation is all currently let on six monthly Assured Shorthold Tenancies. The Chinese takeaway is let to Lijian Chi on an effectively full repairing lease which commenced 5th September 2017 for term of 20 years with no break options, five yearly up only reviews and inside the renewal provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act. The stationery shop is let to two individuals on a Tenancy at Will, which can be brought to an end by either party with one month's notice. Copies of the leases are available from the agents. PERMITTED USE We understand that the current permitted legal use falls into Use Classes A1, A5 and C3 as defined in the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987. QUOTING PRICE Offers for the freehold are invited in the region of £800,000. VAT We understand that VAT is not currently applicable. We recommend that the prospective tenants establish all VAT implications prior to entering into any agreement. COSTS Each party is to bear its own legal costs in the transaction. SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. None of the services or fittings within the building has been tested by the agent. EPC Since January 2013, listed buildings have been exempt from the need to produce an EPC for marketing purposes. ASBESTOS SURVEY A copy of the asbestos survey will be available from the agent. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Available strictly through the sole agents, Jones Robinson incorporating Martin Walker by contacting Jonathan Shortt on 01380 721101 (DD) or 07878 397301 (Mobile) or email: jonathan@mwwilts.co.uk

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Church Street, Calne

listed on 2020-03-09  Church Robinson   

FOR SALE Mixed Use Investment Two shops, four flats and a detached three bed cottage Producing a total annualised rent of £44,700 An excellent opportunity to buy an income producing mixed use investment comprising four flats, a detached cottage and two shops, all on one site, in an attractive setting in the conservation area of Calne in Wiltshire. Ref: CML A rare opportunity to buy an income producing mixed use investment comprising four flats, a detached cottage and two shops, all on one site, in an attractive setting in the conservation area of Calne in Wiltshire. - Two shops - Four flats - A detached three bed cottage - Mixed Use Investment - Producing a total rent of £44,700pa approx. when fully let CURRENT RENTAL INCOME Residential Flat one (two bed): £525 pcm Flat two (two bed): £500 pcm Flat three (two bed): £500 pcm Flat four (two bed): £500 pcm Cottage (three bed): £650 pcm Commercial Wong's Chinese take away: £700 pcm Stationery shop ('Avante Garde'): £350 pcm Total income stream: £3,725 pcm (£44,700 annualised) LOCATION The property is located in the within the Heritage Quarter, on a quiet one-way street opposite the West gate to St Mary's Church. The property backs onto the Church Street car park for which vehicular access is directly off the A4 and pedestrian access onto Church Street. Church Street enjoys a wide variety of uses including a number of independent retailers, a supermarket, an estate agents, as well as residential properties. Calne is an expanding town, situated on the A4 between Chippenham (5 miles due West) and Marlborough (8 miles due East). Devizes lies 6 miles to the South. The M4 lies about six miles to the North and is accessed at Junction 17 (Chippenham) or Junction 16 (West Swindon). The population of the town is 23,196 people (2011 Census). DESCRIPTION The listed grade II property dates from the early nineteenth century and the main building is constructed over three storeys.A stationery shop and a Chinese takeaway occupy most of the ground floor space with the flats being above and behind. To the rear of the property is the former dairy which the current owners have renovated and extended to form a modern three bed cottage with an attractive courtyard and garden. Pedestrian access to the cottage is via a gated and arched carriage way in the Church Street frontage. TENANCIES The residential accommodation is all currently let on six monthly Assured Shorthold Tenancies. The Chinese takeaway is let to Lijian Chi on an effectively full repairing lease which commenced 5th September 2017 for term of 20 years with no break options, five yearly up only reviews and inside the renewal provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act. The stationery shop is let to two individuals on a Tenancy at Will, which can be brought to an end by either party with one month's notice. Copies of the leases are available from the agents. PERMITTED USE We understand that the current permitted legal use falls into Use Classes A1, A5 and C3 as defined in the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987. QUOTING PRICE Offers for the freehold are invited in the region of £800,000. VAT We understand that VAT is not currently applicable. We recommend that the prospective tenants establish all VAT implications prior to entering into any agreement. COSTS Each party is to bear its own legal costs in the transaction. SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. None of the services or fittings within the building has been tested by the agent. EPC Since January 2013, listed buildings have been exempt from the need to produce an EPC for marketing purposes. ASBESTOS SURVEY A copy of the asbestos survey will be available from the agent. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Available strictly through the sole agents, Jones Robinson incorporating Martin Walker by contacting Jonathan Shortt on 01380 721101 (DD) or 07878 397301 (Mobile) or email: jonathan@mwwilts.co.uk

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Old Crown InnMarket Place, Faringdon

listed on 2019-07-31  Savills   

Key features Traditional Hotel Pub Restaurant 16th Century Grade II Listed coaching inn 15 letting rooms over 3 floors Attractive separate lower ground floor public house Planning permission granted to convert outbuildings to 8 additional letting rooms About this property The property is mid-terraced, Grade II Listed building arranged over four storeys with rendered brick construction over a pitched clay tiled roof and single glazed sash fenestration. The building is arranged around a courtyard with cobbled tiles. To the rear of the property, there is a car park for 14 spaces as well as a row of detached outbuildings which are currently vacant and have planning granted for conversion to additional letting accommodation. Internally, the property comprises a separate pub with bar servery on lower ground level. The main hotel kitchen facilities are adjacent to this area. At upper ground floor level, is the main hotel entrance and located close to here at first floor level is a large dining room for patrons. Letting rooms are then arranged over upper ground, first and second floor levels. Planning permission granted to convert outbuildings to 8 additional letting rooms Adam Bullas Property agent Local information The property is located in Faringdon, an historic market town in Oxfordshire, which is perched on the ridge of two river valleys of the Ock and the Thames. Faringdon is located 0.9 miles from the A420 road on the edge of the Cotswolds and 18 miles (29 km) south-west of Oxford, 10 miles (16 km) north-west of Wantage and 12 miles (19 km) east north-east of Swindon. The property is located close to Faringdon Folly Tower in the centre of Faringdon. Additional information Our informal planning enquiries confirm that the premises is permitted as a hotel (Use Class C1). The property is Grade II Listed and is situated in Faringdon Conservation Area.

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Beanacre Road, Melksham

listed on 2020-01-20  ChaplinBOND   

Residential development opportunity Full planning consent granted Prime central location Sale or rental market 9 x 1-bedroom flats 1 x penthouse 2-bedroom flat Estimated £250k - £270k conversion costs Ideal instant development potential Location This superb business opportunity is ideally situated in Melksham, Wiltshire, on a plot on the A350, one of the main access roads into the town centre.   Surrounded by retailers including Aldi, McDonalds, Asda, and with the railway station just a ‘stones throw’ away, the location is a popular commuter residential area with a number of residential developments in the vicinity. Business Chaplin Bond are delighted to be able to offer for sale this residential property, already with planning approval granted for nine 1-bedroom flats and one 2-bedroom   penthouse and previously run as a guest house.   The development would suit either the sellers or rental market and all plans are available for viewing if required.   Full conversion costs are estimated between £250,000 and £270,000, however it is considered that an established developer would be able to reduce these costs considerably. Additional information available from Chaplin BOND. Business Points Prime location Largely developed area – residential and commercial Superb commuter location Former guest House Full plans and consents available Additional information from Chaplin BOND Beanacre Road Melksham SN12 8AQ County : Wiltshire Sale Type : For Sale Ref # : CB531

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Orchard Road, Buckland, Oxfordshire

Detached Period Cottage Listed Grade 2 Gorgeous Gardens In the heart of the village On a quiet private lane 4 Bedrooms, 3 Receptions Bathroom & En Suite Shower Gas Central Heating Garage with Loft Room above Beautiful Cotswold Stone Village Excellent Primary School nearby FACETIME AND SKYPE VIEWINGS AVAILABLE AT THIS PROPERTY - DREAM COTTAGE IN HEAVENLY COTSWOLD VILLAGE This pretty cottage enjoys a perfect position in the very heart of the village on a quiet private lane. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms. Beautiful Gardens, Garage and ample parking. BUCKLAND Oxford c.13.8 miles Faringdon c. 4.1 miles Didcot Station c.16.3 miles Abingdon A34 c9.8 miles Eleys is a pretty thatched detached (Listed Grade 2) cottage set in the very heart of this picturesque and desirable village. Buckland has rural Cotswold stone charm while being well placed for almost everything, a short hop to Oxford and within easy reach of Swindon while being only a short drive from the market towns of Faringdon, Wantage and Witney. The accommodation is a wonderful blend of period, old world charm and modern day chic, comfortable living. In the cottage there are 3 reception rooms, the welcoming main reception room with handsome stone fireplace, bread oven, wood burner and chic oak flooring, the cosy dining room with tiled floor just off the kitchen and the snug, triple aspect sitting room with boarded floor. A very beautiful double aspect kitchen/breakfast room with tiled floor, elegant units and beamed ceiling of pleasingly respectable height and then a cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor there is a generous landing that serves as a study area and then four attractive bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and then a family bathroom. The detached garage is set alongside and has a laundry room to the rear, a wood store to the side and loft room above. Gas Central Heating and Mains Drainage Council Tax Band F £ 2643.06 2019/20 Buckland is the quintessential English village with stone and thatch cottages at every turn as well as an 'outstanding' primary school and fine pub/restaurant. Contact: Cuan Ryan Vale & Downland Villages (t) 01235 772299 (m) 07545 261810 Directions DIRECTIONS: In the centre of the village, on Orchard Road and near the village hall you will find a red telephone box (the village library). With the phone box on your right hand side proceed onto the gravelled private lane ahead of you and Eleys will be on your right hand side. Viewing Contact: Cuan Ryan Vale & Downland Villages (t) 01235 772299 (m) 07545 261810 You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. Go to www.addthis.com/dashboard to customize your tools AddThis Sharing Buttons

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Wiltshire

listed on 2020-04-29  Sidney Phillips   

Details Location: Wiltshire Price: Freehold £695,000 Number of Bedrooms: 5 REF: 37829 Confidential Description Description The Horseshoe Inn is a picture postcard thatched Grade II listed free house which has been sympathetically extended in recent times to combine history with modern day facilities. The original public house is thatched with rustic brick and timbered elevations with a substantial extension added to the rear. Links

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Former Marlborough Conservative Club 116 High StreetMarlboroughWiltshireSN8 1LZ

listed on 2020-03-07  John Pye Property   

Property Details •Email Enquiries to property@johnpye.co.uk •High Street Location •Mixed Use •Freehold A three storey grade II listed mixed use freehold building that once housed the local Conservative Club in the market town of Marlborough. The ground floor comprises an open plan bar servery area for circa 70 covers. The first floor comprises a large snooker room, pool room, studio flat and store cupboard. The second floor comprises a further flat comprising two bedrooms, bathroom, small kitchen and a large lounge. Ancillary trade areas comprise five WC’s (staff x 1, customer x 4 including disabled), dry store, beer cellar and a basement trade kitchen. Accomodation Overall 445.8 m2/ 4,799sq ft L Ground Floor – 71.8 m2/773sq Ft Ground Floor – 164.5 m2/1,771sq ft First Floor – 119.7 m2/1,288sq ft Second Floor – 38.5 m2/414sq ft Third Floors – 51.3 m2/553sq ft Location Marlborough is an attractive Wiltshire market town located 12 miles south of the town of Swindon and 20 miles east of the town of Chippenham. It has a population of around 10,500 residents. The property fronts the main High Street comprising several pubs and a mix of both national and independent retail operators. Services We understand the property to have mains electricity, water and drainage. Interested parties should make their own enquiries. Tenure Freehold Guide Price £600,000+ VAT VAT is payable on the purchase of this property. Buyers Premium 2% (minimum £1,800) Inc VAT Sell Your Property If you are thinking of selling your property, contact us now for a free appraisal and benefit from: •0% Seller Fee •£0 Entry Fee •£0 Marketing Costs •20 Working Day Completion •Monthly auctions

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Kavanaghs property search for buyers

listed on 2020-01-03  Kavanaghs   

LOCATION Swindon is strategically located on junctions 15 and 16 of the M4 motorway providing direct access to London and Bristol, and via the A419 to junction 11A of the M5 motorway. The town is an important provincial centre and has attracted many major companies including Zurich Insurance, Nationwide Building Society, Honda Manufacturing and Intel. DESCRIPTION Brunel House is a three storey stand alone purpose built retail premises situated overlooking Havelock Square which is adjacent to the Brunel Shopping Centre which forms the centre of the primary retail area of Swindon. The property itself has a prominently situated display window to Havelock Square with return frontage to Havelock Street which leads up to Commercial Road. The first floor of the property is currently configured as further open plan retail space, with the second floor providing a mixture of ancillary storage, offices and staff room. WC's are located on the ground and second floor. To the rear of the property is a self contained loading bay. The property previously had planning consent for the conversion of the upper parts to residential which has now lapsed. The development opportunity consists of reconfiguring the ground floor retail space in to smaller units and utilising the self-contained access to the upper parts for a residential conversion above, subject to planning. ACCOMMODATION In accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition) the floor areas have been measured on a net internal area basis and are calculated as follows; Ground floor sales area - 1864 sq ft (173.17 sq m) Ground floor storage area - 94 sq ft (8.73 sq m) First floor - 1580 sq ft (146.79 sq m) Second Floor - 1694 sq ft (157.38 sq m) Total - 5232 sq ft (485.70 sq m) SERVICES We are advised that mains drainage, water, electricity are connected. However, we have not verified the existence or tested any of the service installations and advise that interested parties make their own investigations as to their state and condition. TERMS The freehold of the property (with vacant possession) is available to purchase at a price of £575,000. OUTGOINGS The Valuation Office website describes the property as 'Shop and Premises' with a rateable value of £64,500. The rates that you pay will depend upon individual circumstances of your business. Enquiries should be made to the local billing authority - Swindon Borough Council. However, the rateable value will change in the event that the property is let on a floor by floor basis. VAT The property is VAT elected, therefore VAT is payable. LEGAL COSTS Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction. PLANNING The premises most recent use was that of A1 retail. The premises has previously had the benefit of a now lapsed planning consent for A3 restaurant use on the ground floor with residential on the upper parts. OTHER EPC RATING (This is how energy efficient the property is) Certificate reference no.: 9090-9964-0362-9330-1040 G (Over 150) = 165 VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agents - Kavanaghs.

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Station Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7BN

listed on 2019-10-18  Waymark Property   

An exciting and interesting opportunity to purchase a part income producing commercial and residential investment, with the potential to modify and extend the existing accommodation. A mixed use retail and residential property currently generating the annual equivalent of £15,600 with potential of an additional circa £19,200 per annum The property is currently configured to provide: A self-contained ground floor retail unit extending to approximately 78m² (836ft²) as expressed on a net internal basis, currently let to V.I.P Hair & Beauty Studio on a lease expiring in October 2023 at £8,400 per annum A ground floor self-contained 1-bedroom ground floor flat, currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy at £600 pcm. First Floor self-contained 3 bedroom first and second floor flat – vacant. ERV circa £950 pcm A First Floor 1 bedroom flat - vacant. ERV circa £650 pcm There is potential to re-configure and potentially extend the existing accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary consents Reference: 16282692 EAID:3552051449 BID:461801

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Station Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7BN

listed on 2019-09-26  Waymark Property   

An exciting and interesting opportunity to purchase a part income producing commercial and residential investment, with the potential to modify and extend the existing accommodation. The property is currently configured to provide 3-4 self-contained units and an external store which comprise; A self-contained ground floor retail unit extending to approximately 78m² (836ft²) as expressed on a net internal basis, currently let to V.I.P Hair & Beauty Studio on a lease expiring in October 2023. Accessed via a gated side path is the rear of the property where there is a self-contained 1-bedroom ground floor flat, currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. Steps up to a shared decked area provide access to a self-contained 3-4 bedroom first floor flat which is currently sub-divided to provide 2 flats. To the rear of the property is a productive garden area and a store extending to 25m² (271ft²) which benefits from power and water/drainage. There is potential to re-configure and potentially extend the existing accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Reference: 15974350 EAID:3552051449 BID:461801

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High Street, Marshfield

listed on 2020-02-29  Davis Meade   

High Street, Marshfield £550,000 Area: Marshfield Bedrooms: 4 Property Type: Commercial Features: Commercial opportunity Large family accommodation Central village location Property Details An excellent opportunity to purchase a commercial property with large family accommodation,parking and further potential. The property consists of a retail shop (currently butchers and post office) with a range of ancillary buildings to the rear. To the first and second floor is a large 4/5 bedroom apartment offering spacious and flexible accommodation.  There is a small courtyard to the rear. A parking area has been allocated to the rear of the property with access from Back Lane.  Centrally located in this ever popular Cotswold village.  The premises has long been established as a family run butchers and in more recent years has accommodated the local Post Office.  The property, however, is being sold with vacant possession.  The vendors have indicated to us if anyone is willing to purchase as an investment, the existing tenants would be happy to continue their occupation. A variety of changes of use should be available, subject to planning permission, and this property offers ample area to accommodate another shop/restaurant or other business and enjoys a wide street frontage and there is an additional access to the street which provides separate and private access to the two storey apartment above.   The accommodation offers a large lounge with window to the front, dining room, kitchen and utility room and to the first floor four bedrooms, plus office and family bathroom.   Outside:  To the rear is a small courtyard  with an additional covered area housing the cold store for the butchers. Parking will be provided with access from Back Lane. All mains services are provided. Council Tax: Band C Rateable  value: £4,100 per year

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Great Coxwell, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

***FULL WALK THROUGH TOUR*** A former site of the ‘Hells Angels’ motorcycle club, is this 2,000 sq. ft. four bedroom detached property, with outbuildings totalling circa 1,200 sq. ft. that have lapsed planning permission to convert to a residential unit. There is an additional vehicle access and the grounds total circa ½ acre. Further rejected planning, has been previously attempted, for an additional dwelling on the site, accessed independently from the second entrance. Located just outside Faringdon in a prime position on the A420 commuter link between Swindon and Oxford, ideal for prominent advertising of any potential onsite business (STP) and with the S6 bus running every 20 minutes along the A420 from a stop across the road. THE MAIN HOUSE The main house offers flexible living accommodation. Comprising of two reception rooms around a central fireplace, 27’ kitchen dining room, further separate reception, cloakroom, four bedrooms (one accessed off its own staircase), main shower room and en-suite bathroom. THE OUTBUIDLINGS The outbuildings are of steel frame construction with concrete floors and block walls, Power is available in each building. THE PREVIOUS PLANNING The outbuildings had planning permission granted (expired June 2019) for change of use class B8 (storage) to use class C3 (residential). Creating a three bedroom residential dwelling ref: P18/V0895/PSH of ‘The Vale Of White Horse’ planning authority website. THE LAPSED PLANNING The land adjacent to the main building has a failed planning application for a circa. 2,000 sq. ft. four bedroom, three bathroom, two reception, kitchen diner and a double garage ref: P17/V1020/FUL THE GROUNDS The grounds offer ample off-street parking immediately off the main road, double gates access the rear courtyard, offering a large amount of hardstanding in front of the outbuildings. The garden offers entertaining space to the side/rear of the property, a small stream then separates this from the rest of the plot, which wraps around the side and rear. The further vehicle access is the right of the main house onto this grassed expanse. A pedestrian gate to the rear of the plot leads out onto the old golf course with access to walk into Faringdon or Little Coxwell. THE AREA Great Coxwell is a small rural village, located just off the A420 main artery road, within a short distance to Faringdon market town. Abutting nearby Wiltshire, north Berkshire and south Gloucestershire, there are plenty of sites to see and visit. The area has great transport options for joining the M4 and M5 motorways promptly, trains to central London running from Swindon and buses from Oxford. The S6 bus runs along the A420 to Swindon and Oxford. Faringdon offers an array of boutique businesses, such as a local butcher, cafes, restaurant’s, gift shops and a host of services such hair salons etc. The village medieval Great Barn is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. Much of the surrounding landscape is pastural and owned by the national trust, giving fantastic views toward the Uffington White Horse, within an area of outstanding natural beauty, the North Wessex Down. VIEWINGS APPOINTMENT PROTOCOL WHAT WE WILL DO: Wear a face mask and gloves (fresh for each appointment) and keep two metres from you or remain outside (where possible), depending which you are most comfortable with. WHAT WE ASK YOU TO DO: By all means wear a face mask if you prefer, allow us to provide you with a disposable set of gloves should you wish to touch anything within the property viewing. Keep two metres apart from us and the homeowner (if present).

commercial property

St. John's Street, Devizes, Wiltshire

listed on 2019-03-08  Strakers   

AN IMPOSING TOWN CENTRE RETAIL PROPERTY HAVING A MAIN AND TWO RETURN FRONTAGES TOGETHER WITH A SPACIOUS SELF CONTAINED THREE BEDROOM MAISONETTE IN A PROMINENT TOWN CENTRE LOCATION (FOR SALE EITHER AS A WHOLE OR SEPARATELY) Total Retail Area - Approx. 1,341 sq.ft (124.6sq.m) LOCATION The property occupies a very prominent trading position close to the centre of Devizes and within easy reach of The Market Place and The Brittox. Multiple traders in quite close proximity include Wilko, Greggs, Cafe Nero, Iceland, M & S Simply Food, Boots, Sainsbury's and Poundland. Devizes is a popular market town having an expanding residential population which is currently in the region of 15,000 and it is also the centre of a much larger rural catchment area. Other towns and centres within easy travelling distance of Devizes, include Trowbridge (10 miles), Chippenham (11 miles), Marlborough (12 miles) and Swindon (18 miles). The cities of Bath and Salisbury can both be reached within approximately 35 minutes travelling time. DESCRIPTION An imposing town centre mixed use property comprising a spacious shop (15 St John's Street) having three interconnecting trading areas (with window frontages and separate entrance doors on to St John's Street, The Chequers and High Street respectively), a large basement and useful ancillary accommodation arranged over two upper floors. 15A St John's Street comprises a very well presented maisonette having well-equipped accommodation which includes two reception rooms, a fitted kitchen and three bedrooms. The property which is Grade II Listed is built having part Ashlar natural stone, part colour washed brick and part colour washed rendered elevations beneath mostly slate covered pitched roofs. ACCOMMODATION 15 St John's Street (All measurements are approximate and are given on a net internal basis, in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice, 6th Edition. Ground Floor St John's Street Frontage Retail Area - 456sqft 42.4sqm) Office 63sqft (5.8sqm) The Chequers Frontage Retail Area- 442sqft (41.1sqm) Separate Entrance Hall/Store 80sqft (7.4sqm) High Street Frontage Retail Area - 443sqft 41.2sqm) Basement 1281sqft (119.0sqm) First Floor (The upper floors could quite easily become self-contained with access via the separate entrance door from The Chequers). Landing Kitchen - 86sqft (7.8sqm) Staff Room - 61sqft (5.7sqm) Ladies and Gents WC's Store - 502sqft (46.6sqm) Second Floor Two attic rooms - 184sqft (17.1sqm). 15A St John's Street Entrance Hall with staircase leading off: First Floor Landing Cloakroom Sitting Room Dining Room Kitchen Second Floor Landing Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bathroom SERVICES Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are either connected or are available for connection. 15A benefits from a modern electric heating system. BUSINESS RATES Rateable Value £22,750. PRICE GUIDES 15 and 15a St John's Street - £500,000. 15 St John's Street - £250,000. 15A St John's Street - £250,000. VAT The sale price will attract VAT. EPC 15 St John's Street - Band D LEGAL COSTS Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through the sole agents.

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High Street, Market Lavington

listed on 2020-04-28  Church Robinson   

Large village house with character features Part of the ground floor space currently used as a post office Extensive flexible accommodation over three floors Located in a popular village with good amenities No onward chain Private rear garden Large old workshop and double car port Sitting room with wood-burning stove Three generous bedrooms plus attic bedroom Oil central heating A LARGE period Grade II listed village house with GARDEN and PARKING, offering EXTENSIVE ACCOMMODATION over three floors with much inherent CHARACTER and great flexibility together with FURTHER POTENTIAL to create more living accommodation. https://youtu.be/_fM9fbQWiXI SUMMARY A large period four bedroom Grade II listed village house with garden and parking, offering extensive accommodation over three floors with much inherent character and great flexibility together with further potential to create more living accommodation. The nicely appointed accommodation offers a large sitting room with wood burning stove complemented by oil central heating to radiators. The bedrooms are of a generous size and outside is a large old workshop in addition to a double car port and private garden. Market Lavington is a well served village with doctors surgery, pharmacy, co-op and schooling for all ages with abundant country walks closeby, making this property a great proposition for a wonderful village home. AGENTS NOTE Part of the space within the building has been used for many years under use class A1 retail and the owners would be happy to transfer the existing business to a new owner if they wish to continue (with stock being sold at cost), alternatively the space could be used as further living accommodation but this should be subject to a planning application for change of use to residential. GROUND FLOOR Retail area approx 40 sq m. Study. Sitting room with wood burning stove stairs to cellar. Hallway. Cloakroom with W.C. and basin. Kitchen nicely appointed with floor and wall units, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. Utility room with fitted cupboards, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. FIRST FLOOR Bathroom with bath, basin, W.C. and separate shower, access to attic storage. Three bedrooms. SECOND FLOOR Landing. Attic bedroom with storage and access to loft space. OUTSIDE The garden is to the rear of the property and comprises an extensive parking and turning area behind double gates with a double carport and large old workshop/garage. There are flower borders, shrubs plants and trees with steps rising to a private terrace ideal for alfresco dining.

commercial property

High Street, Market Lavington

Large village house with character features Part of the ground floor space currently used as a post office Extensive flexible accommodation over three floors Located in a popular village with good amenities No onward chain Private rear garden Large old workshop and double car port Sitting room with wood-burning stove Three generous bedrooms plus attic bedroom Oil central heating A LARGE period Grade II listed village house with GARDEN and PARKING, offering EXTENSIVE ACCOMMODATION over three floors with much inherent CHARACTER and great flexibility together with FURTHER POTENTIAL to create more living accommodation. https://youtu.be/_fM9fbQWiXI SUMMARY A large period four bedroom Grade II listed village house with garden and parking, offering extensive accommodation over three floors with much inherent character and great flexibility together with further potential to create more living accommodation. The nicely appointed accommodation offers a large sitting room with wood burning stove complemented by oil central heating to radiators. The bedrooms are of a generous size and outside is a large old workshop in addition to a double car port and private garden. Market Lavington is a well served village with doctors surgery, pharmacy, co-op and schooling for all ages with abundant country walks closeby, making this property a great proposition for a wonderful village home. AGENTS NOTE Part of the space within the building has been used for many years under use class A1 retail and the owners would be happy to transfer the existing business to a new owner if they wish to continue (with stock being sold at cost), alternatively the space could be used as further living accommodation but this should be subject to a planning application for change of use to residential. GROUND FLOOR Retail area approx 40 sq m. Study. Sitting room with wood burning stove stairs to cellar. Hallway. Cloakroom with W.C. and basin. Kitchen nicely appointed with floor and wall units, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. Utility room with fitted cupboards, sink unit, space and plumbing for appliances. FIRST FLOOR Bathroom with bath, basin, W.C. and separate shower, access to attic storage. Three bedrooms. SECOND FLOOR Landing. Attic bedroom with storage and access to loft space. OUTSIDE The garden is to the rear of the property and comprises an extensive parking and turning area behind double gates with a double carport and large old workshop/garage. There are flower borders, shrubs plants and trees with steps rising to a private terrace ideal for alfresco dining.

commercial property

Wiltshire

listed on 2020-04-29  Sidney Phillips   

Details Location: Wiltshire Price: Freehold £445,000 REF: 44501 Confidential Description Links

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Kavanaghs property search for buyers

listed on 2020-02-12  Kavanaghs   

LOCATION Melksham is an expanding market town in West Wiltshire. The property is located on the Bowerhill estate which is the principal employment area serving Melksham, and is home to a number of established local, regional and national occupiers including Knorr Bremse Rail Systems (UK) Ltd, Herman Miller, Superior Creative and Travis Perkins. The building occupies a prominent location fronting Lysander Road. DESCRIPTION The property is constructed of brick with windows onto the front and rear elevations. There is a loading door onto the Lancaster Park elevation where there is vehicle access and allocated parking spaces. Internally the workshop area has a clearance height of 2.99m (9ft10”) to a suspended ceiling. Part of the workshop is partitioned off which has an air conditioning unit serving it. There are two wc’s in a separate area to the rear of the building adjoining the pedestrian access onto the Lysander road frontage. ACCOMMODATION The gross internal floor area is; 3872 sq ft 359.72 sq m SERVICES We are advised by the owners that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. We have not verified the existence nor tested any of the service installations and advise that interested parties make their own enquiries and investigations as to their state and condition. TERMS £395,000 plus VAT. OUTGOINGS The Valuation Office website describes the property as workshop and premises with a rateable value of £ 17,000. The rates that you pay will depend on the individual circumstances of your business. Enquiries should be made to the local billing authority – Wiltshire Council. VAT All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. LEGAL COSTS Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs. OTHER EPC RATING (This is how energy efficient the property is) Certificate reference no.: 0220-0232-4649-9896-3006 E (101 – 125) = 124 MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Tenants/purchasers will be required to provide identity information so Anti Money Laundering checks can be undertaken before an offer can be accepted on any property we are marketing. VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agents - Kavanaghs.

commercial property

St John Street, Devizes, Wiltshire

listed on 2020-02-07  Strakers   

An impressive Grade II listed two/three double bedroom first floor apartment with tenanted retail space below, set in the heart of Devizes town centre. Description **GREAT BUY TO LET OPPORTUNITY** TOWN CENTRE LOCATION** 2 BEDROOMS & LARGE ATTIC ROOM** DOUBLE FRONTED SHOP/OFFICE WITH A BASEMENT IN A PROMINENT TOWN CENTRE LOCATION CURRENTLY LET OUT** Town centre investment opportunity comprising 2 bedroom maisonette with courtyard to the rear and tenanted retail shop underneath. Potential combined rental income of about £15,400 per annum. An impressive Grade II listed first floor period apartment set in the very heart of Devizes town centre. The property would be ideal for any First Time Buyer or anyone downsizing wanting to be near shops, as well as being an ideal investment opportunity with an estimated rental income of £700 pcm. Boasting character feature throughout, the living accommodation comprises an entrance hall on the ground floor with stairs up to the light and airy kitchen/dining room and the large sitting room with a feature fireplace and built in storage. There are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with further stairs up to a large useable attic room with exposed ceiling beams. Externally there is an enclosed courtyard area. The shop underneath (which is currently Let on a 5 year full insuring and repairing lease to 'Heads On High' hairdressing salon with 4 years remaining at £7,000 p.a). More details and a copy of the lease are available upon request. Situation The historic market town of Devizes has many amenities including town centre shopping, a leisure centre, schools for all ages, various supermarkets, a variety of shops, cinema, theatre and thriving weekly market. The historic Kennet & Avon Canal runs through the town providing fishing and walking facilities. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury, Swindon, Marlborough and Chippenham are all within a 30 mile radius. Property Information Tenure - Freehold for whole building. EPC EER-D/EIR E Mains electricity, water, gas (to flat) and drainage. Council tax: band A. Shop: Let on a 5 year FRI @ £7,000 p.a from 28/1/19