The premises are situated on the north side of High Street (A1023) Brentwood, 100 metres west of its junction with Weald Road/Kings Road. Brentwood Railway Station (which will comprise part of Crossrail) lies approximately 650m to the south.
0.13 Acre ( 0.05 Hectare)
The premises are situated on Warley Hill which is located 0.4 miles to the south of Brentwood Railway Station. Brentwood Railway Station enjoys direct links to London Liverpool Street. Brentwood High Street is located 0.8 miles north of the property. Nearby retailers include Tesco Express.
The premises are situated on the east side of Queens Road (B186), a short distance north of its roundabout junction with Kings Road, and within 400 metres of Brentwood Railway Station (which will comprise part of Crossrail) and within a short walk of Brentwood Town Centre.
The parade of which the property forms part is situated on the north side of Church Lane at its junction with All Saints Close. Doddinghurst Infant and Junior Schools lie on the opposite side of the road. Brentwood lies approximately 5km to the south.
The premises are conveniently located to serve the local community and surrounding villages.
The premises are situated on the east side of Ingatestone High Street close to its junction with Stock Lane. Neighbouring notable retailers include The Co –Operative and Jennings Bookmaker as well as a number of local retailers and food & beverage operators. Ingatestone is small town with a population of approx. 5,000 lying approx. 5 miles north east of Brentwood and 6.3 miles south west of Chelmsford. The A12 in both northern and southern directions is within a short distance drive of the High Street and Ingatestone Station which has a service to London’s Liverpool Street is within 10 minutes’ walk.
The property forms part of a small parade of similar properties situated on the corner of Ongar Road (A128) and Georges Drive in the village of Pilgrims Hatch approx. 2 miles from Brentwood High Street. Brentwood is a town with a population of approx. 55,000 ()2017) and is located off the A12 at its junction (28) with the M25.
St. Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire (approx. population – 26,000), and offers excellent access to London (35-50 minutes by train), Cambridge (30 mins by car), Peterborough and other cities. The A1 by passes the town providing excellent north/south communications. The A14 (A1/M1 link) lies 8 miles to the north. The subject property is situated midway on the south side of Cromwell Road (B1046). Cromwell Road connects with Barford Road (B143) and Cambridge Road (B1428) approximately 1.3 miles from the town centre and 5-15 minutes’ walk from St. Neots’ railway station.
Mass & Co Ltd for themselves and also as Agents for the seller(s)/lessee(s) of this property give notice that:
- the particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of the contract.
- no person in the employment of Mass & Co Ltd has any authority to make or give representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.
- applicants who make offers which are subsequently accepted by the seller(s)/lessee(s) will be subjected to personal and financial checks which satisfy Anti-Money Laundering Regulations. Such checks are conditional to the transaction.