|Property Type||Office, Retail|
|Availability||To Let / For Sale|
|Size||2,270.68 sq ft|
|Freehold Price||Offers in excess of £600,000|
|Rent||£40,000 per annum exclusive|
|Business Rates||£10,969.25, per annum, (based on rateable value of £22,250)|
The subject property is located in the High Street of Great Dunmow, a market town situated on the A120 between Bishops Stortford and Braintree. The property is located in town at the junction of the High Street with White Hart Way with nearby occupiers including the Post Office, William Hill, Corals, Co-op, Nationwide, TSB and Barclays Bank. There are also a number of bespoke niche shops, restaurants, bars and speciality tea/ coffee shops located along the High Street and Station Parade.
TOWNS: Bishop’s Stortford to the west 15km(19.5 miles)
Chelmsford to the south 21km (13 miles)
Braintree to the East 17km (10.5 miles)
M11 (Junction 8) 13km (9.4 miles)
RAIL:Stanstead Airport Rail(47 mins into London Liverpool Street)
AIR:London Stanstead Airport 10.62m (6.6 miles)
|Floor / Unit||Size||Availability|
|G||1,215.68 sq ft||Available|
|1st||1,055.08 sq ft||Available|
59/61 High Street is an attractive property, previously used by HSBC Bank. The premises is centrally located in the High Street and has the benefit of a large ground floor window facing the High Street in addition to several windows to the “return frontage” fronting onto White Hart Way. Internally, the property is laid out with a large open plan area with certain areas partitioned to form internal offices. The first floor comprises of additional offices, well-lit with the benefit of natural light, in addition to a separate kitchen and both ladies and gents WC’s. The property is serviced from both the front and rear access doors including the benefit of two car parking spaces to the rear.
All offers should be exclusive of VAT. The premises is elected for VAT.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in this transaction, subject to the prospective purchaser solicitors undertaking to pay the landlord’s abortive costs if the prospective purchaser withdraw from the transaction.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agent.