1 Denham Street, London, SE10
Guide Price On Application
- Potential for development subject to consents.Comprises of 2 large individual sheds
- Approximately 3,500 sq ft and 4,000 sq ft respectively
- Denham Street is situated just off of Woolwich Road (A206)
- Freehold on offer for sale with anticipated vacant possession
- Investments, Land/Sites
Denham Street is situated just off of Woolwich Road (A206) and near the junction of the Blackwall Tunnel approach road (A102).
The area is well served by public transport. Nearest mainline station is at Westcombe Park.
The Greenwich Peninsular, the O2 and North Greenwich tube station are all within easy reach and the area gives good access to main arterial road routes to the City and to the Home Counties.
This is a large corner premises with double access previously being used as a coach workshop and would be ideal for any motor related business.
The unit comprises of 2 large individual sheds approximately 3,500 sq ft and 4,000 sq ft respectively. Separate office accommodation and toilet facilities.
The premises is well secured with high level double gates to the front and side. The total site area is approximately 11,000 sq ft.
It is believed the property has considerable development potential (subject to any consents).
Price On Application.
We recommend all interested parties make their own enquiries to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Business rate multiplier is 45.8p in the £.
Each party to bear their own legal costs
Strictly by appointment through JOHN PAYNE COMMERCIAL 020 8852 6125
Location:1 Denham Street, London, SE10
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are in no way guaranteed and do not and will not constitute any part of a contract
or any other form of agreement. No liability shall attach to John Payne Commercial
or its representatives in relation to anything stated or omitted from these particulars.
All prospective lessees or purchasers are invited to and expect to inspect the property
to check the accuracy of these particulars and to seek appropriate advice from their
surveyor and/or solicitor.
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