VARIOUS FIXTURES & FITTINGS INCLUDED, The premises are situated in the middle of Ongar High Street on the eastern side. Ongar is a small provincial town in the Epping Forest District with a population of approx. 7,000, lying a short distance form the A414 which connects with Chelmsford and the A12 to the east and the M11 and Harlow to the west. Brentwood lies approx. 7 miles to the south., hairdressers">
900 sq.ft ( 83.61 m2 )
The premises are situated in the middle of Ongar High Street on the eastern side. Ongar is a small provincial town in the Epping Forest District with a population of approx. 7,000, lying a short distance form the A414 which connects with Chelmsford and the A12 to the east and the M11 and Harlow to the west. Brentwood lies approx. 7 miles to the south.
The premises comprises a double frontage retail unit, formerly used as a hairdressing salon. Included within the lease is various fixtures and fittings from the previous salon including: reception desk, styling stations, stylist chairs, mirrors and CCTV. A full inventory list is available upon request.
|Sales area||737 sq.ft ( 68.47 m2 )|
|Ancillary ( Wc's, Kitchen, stores)||163 sq.ft ( 15.14 m2 )|
|Total||900 sq.ft ( 83.61 m2 )|
The property is to be leased on new terms to be agreed.
£13,750 per annum exclusive of service charge, rates, utilities, building insurance and VAT. Rent is payable quarterly in advance on the usual quarter days.
A service charge may be applicable in respect of this property. Further details on request.
|The rateable value qualifies the property for Small Business Rates Relief. Prospective tenants are advised to check with Epping Forest District Council as to their business rates obligations|
Each party top bear their own.
Value added tax is not applicable
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Mark Mannering - email@example.com
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