Wallsend, 64/66 High Street West
Wallsend, 64/66 High Street West

LOCATION
Wallsend is within the Borough of North Tyneside and is approximately five miles to the east of Newcastle City Centre. It is predominantly residential in nature although is has a substantial retail and commercial element focused around High Street East and West and The Forum Shopping Centre where many national multiples are represented.

The property is situated centrally on High Street West on the southern side and directly opposite one of the entrances in to The Forum Shopping Centre. Nearby occupiers include KFC, Peacocks and Subway.

DESCRIPTION
The property comprises a mid-terraced building having a concrete rendered front elevation under a pitched slate covered roof. The ground floor provides sales accommodation with the first floor consisting of three rooms and WC facilities.

ACCOMMODATION
The net internal areas are as follows:

Area  Sq M  Sq Ft 
Ground Floor Retail  38.27  412 
First Floor Ancillary  24.86  267 
Total  63.13  679 

PLANNING
We understand that the property has a Class A2 (financial institution) consent. Interested parties should, however, make their own enquiries of North Tyneside Council.

RATING ASSESSMENT
According to the Valuation Office Agency website the Rateable Value of the property appearing in the 2017 Rating List is £6,900.

Intersted parties should make their own enquiries in respect of the rates payable.

PRICE
Offers are invited in excess of £120,000 for the freehold interest in the property, subject to contract.

EPC
The EPC rating of the property is E107. A full copy of the report is available upon request.

MONEY LAUNDERING
In accordance with Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, two forms of identification and confirmation of the source of funding will be required from the successful purchaser.

VAT
All rents, premiums and purchase prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. All offers are to be made to Gavin Black & Partners on this basis and, where silent, offers will be deemed net of VAT.

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