RETAIL UNIT with PRIVATE PARKING, TO LET - 900 sq ft

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Overview

ID: #1779
Type: Retail
Contract: Leasehold
Location: Alton
Area: 900sq ft

RETAIL UNIT with PRIVATE PARKING, TO LET – NEW LEASE

Providing up to approximately 900 sq ft

Unit 4, Cross & Pillory Lane, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1HL

 

  • Prominent town centre location facing onto High Street
  • Adjacent public car parks
  • Rear vehicular access and private parking
  • Wooden framed shop front with concertina opening section
  • Sprinkler system, suspended ceiling, spot lights
  • Usual staff facilities

Accommodation

(Approximate measurements taken in accordance with RICS Code of Measuring Practice)
Frontage 20 ft  6.1 m
Internal Width 18 ft  9 in  5.7 m
Built Depth 51 ft 10 in 15.8 m
Sales 797 sq ft 74 sq m
Storage 107 sq ft 10 sq m
904 sq ft 84 sq m

Rates

Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the Rating Authority, East Hampshire District Council (01730 266551).

NB! It is understood that the Rateable Value from 1 April 2017 has been assessed by the Valuation Office Agency at £10,000 and thereby the unit qualifies for Small Business Rate Relief.

EPC

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) has been undertaken and is available for this property on request.  On the Rating Scale of A to G, the Rating is G(213).

Terms

The accommodation is available on the basis of a new lease, for length of term to be agreed and with rental guide on application.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment through Sole Agents:-

Glanfield Holmlund – Telephone: 01420 544117 or Email: glanfield.holmlund@talk21.com

Map

Map available on request
Misrepresentation act 1967: Whilst all the information in these particulars is believed to be correct neither the agents nor their clients guarantee its accuracy nor is it intended to form part of any contract. The areas quoted are approximate.
Finance act 1989: Unless otherwise stated, all prices and rents are quoted exclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT). Any intending purchasers or lesees must satisfy themselves as to the incidence of VAT in respect to any transaction.