|Size||1,263.40 sq ft|
|Rent||£28,500 per annum|
|Business Rates||£16,380 per annum (based on rateable value of £32,500)|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as E (20)|
Stratford forms part of the London Borough of Newham and situated 6 miles North East of Central London and North London Docklands.
Stratford is the location of the London Olympic Park and is currently experiencing inward regeneration / investment with expansion and growth of businesses and property values linked to the 2012 summer Olympics. The subject property is situated on the Northside of Leytonstone Road, which is opposite Maryland Railway Station (2 minutes to Stratford Station and less than 10 minutes to London Liverpool Street Station). The property is less than 1 mile from Westfield Shopping Centre and approx. 0.75m from Stratford Shopping Centre and railway station.
Stratford has now become one of the premier transport hubs of the London transport system with excellent rail, tube and bus links. At Stratford station you will have access to Dockland Light Railway, central line, Jubilee line and London Overground services. Stratford International station links Stratford with stations to the South East of London via high speed bullet trains. Elizabeth line (Cross Rail) is due to open in 2019. Maryland is a busy local retail centre situated in a densely populated area with a range of local retailers and eateries.
The subject property comprises of a lock up shop forming part of a two storey building. The commercial unit currently trading as a bookmakers is mainly open plan with disabled WC and customer toilets to the rear. The unit also benefits from a small yard accessed via a separate rear back door.
A new proportional Full Repairing and Insuring Lease for a term to be agreed
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 withdraws from the transaction.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agent.