Lesbourne Road, Reigate

£12,000 PA To Let

Property Description

  • • Located within busy neighbourhood parade
  • • Versatile unit ideal for shop/office/health
  • • Within sought after Lesbourne Rd ‘village’
  • • Amongst vibrant range of traditional shops
  • • Offered as a freshly prepared ‘white box’
  • • Traditional timber shopfront
  • • Situated within half a mile of central Reigate


The premises are situated at the end of a local parade within the sought after Lesbourne Road ‘village’ part of town just half a mile from the town centre and within this popular residential area, close to local schools and Priory Park. This neighbourhood ‘hub’ is very popular and boasts a host of traditional village shops with independent butchers, bakers, artisan coffee shop, florist, hairdressers. barbers, wine merchant, beauty salons and a destination party shop.. This location has a local ‘buzz’.


We are pleased to offer this traditional end of parade freshly prepared retail unit formerly trading as an antiques shop for decades adjacent to the coffee shop. The unit has a traditional double fronted timber shopfront is freshly decorated into ‘white box’ occupier ready space with new WC, ceiling with inset lights, electric heaters and trap door accessed basement.It could suit a wide variety of retail/office/ health and beauty uses STPP.


Approx. dimensions as follows: -


Shop depth                            32’ (9.75m)

Shop width                              12’10” (3.96m)

Retail area Approx.                413 sq ft (38.37m2)


Net Internal Area Approx. 413 sq ft (38.37m)



£12,000 per annum exclusive



The premises are available by way of a new lease direct from the landlord for a term and rent review pattern to be agreed.


The premises has a rateable value of £6,500, all applicants should check with the local authority to confirm the rates payable.



We do not believe that the premises are elected for VAT All rents, prices and premiums are stated exclusive of VAT under the Finance Act 1989. Accordingly, interested parties are advised to consult their professional advisers as to their liabilities, if any, in this direction.



Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs in the transaction.



A new EPC has been commissioned

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