Brighton Road, Salfords, Redhill

£600,000 For Sale

Property Description

  • PLANNING CONSENT NOW GRANTED
  • Site for 4 X 2 bed units and 2 x 1 bed units
  • Scheme provides for parking and new access
  • Bold corner plot fronting A23 Brighton Road
  • Planning app Ref: 20/01624/F
  • Property sold without VAT

LOCATION

Situated on the corner of Honeycrock lane and the A23 Brighton Road the plot enjoys a prominent position opposite a new housing development and the Brighton Road parade of retail units.

 

DESCRIPTION

CONSENT IS NOW GRANTED(16.12.20 meeting) for the demolition of the existing premises comprise a ground floor retail unit formerly operating as a Post Office and convenience store with linked two storey attached house all in need of refurbishment plus the Parish Hall. The scheme consents for a new building comprising 4 x 2 bedroom flats and 2 x 1 bedroom flats with unallocated off road parking for 6 cars and a new access.

 

Full details and conditions will shortly be issued by Reigate and Banstead Borough Council under planning ref 20/01624/F.

 

EXISTING ACCOMMODATION

AREA OF BUILDING

GIA (sq ft)

GIA (sq m)

Shop

1002

93.1

Office

565

52.49

Store/Staff area

950

88.26

Store

385

35.77

External Store

206

        19.14

Parish room

680

63.17

FIRST FLOOR

 

 

Room 1

171

15.89

Room 2

113

10.50

Room 3

104

9.67

Room 4

106

9.85

TOTAL

4282

397.84

 

GUIDE PRICE

£600,000 for the freehold interest, subject to contract with full vacant possession upon completion.

TITLES

The site is available for sale freehold under the two titles as noted below with full vacant possession upon completion. The site is currently unoccupied.

TITLES

We believe that the premises being sold are under two separate titles with the main site and Parish room separated. We believe the latter was purchased at a later stage by our client.

 

VAT

We are advised that the premises are not elected for VAT at present and therefore VAT will not be charged on the sale.

 

BUSINESS RATES FOR THE SHOP

Available on request. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the relevant local authority.

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