1,369 sq.ft ( 127.18 m2 )
Rose Hall is a local landmark building dating from 1864 and is located to the rear of Billericay High Street in Chapel Street. Billericay station is approximately 0.5 miles away, reachable within 10 minutes walk where there is a direct service to Liverpool Street, the DLR and London Underground. Billericay High Street accommodates national retailers including Waitrose and Iceland and numerous local retailers plus a range of bars and restaurants.
Whilst the property does not have dedicated parking there is by arrangement the use of 2 car parking spaces (behind Iceland in the High Street) at a cost of approx. £906 incl. vat per space. Also here are numerous pay & display car parks around the town where season tickets are available.
A single storey detached brick building which was extensively refurbished in 2015/2016 and has been configured internally into several by way of stud partitioning and hardwood doors, together with a kitchen and WC.
|Ground floor||1,093 sq.ft ( 101.54 m2 )|
|Kitchen/Storage||153 sq.ft ( 14.21 m2 )|
|WC||122 sq.ft ( 11.33 m2 )|
|Total||1,369 sq.ft ( 127.18 m2 )|
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. Alternatively to lease on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a minimum term of 5 years at a rent of £25,000 per annum exclusive.
Offers in excess of £495,000 Subject to Contract
The property falls with Class E of the General Use Class Order (amended 2020)
|This property may qualify for Small Business Rates Relief. Prospective buyers/tenants are advised to contact Basildon Council for verification of their business rates liabilities|
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