7 Pound Place, Eltham, London, SE9 5DN
Rent £12,500 PA EX + PREMIUM
- Currently trading as an A1 tea room
- A premium is required
- The area is well served by public transport to all surrounding areas
- Kitchen with separate preparation room
- Picture window to the front with retractable electric shutters
- Situated off Eltham High Street near to main retail shops such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams & Sainsburys
Pound Place is situated off Eltham High Street near to main retail shops such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams & Sainsburys. The area is well served by public transport to all surrounding areas.
The property forms part of a mid terrace of similar style premises currently trading as an A1 tea room approximately 593 sq ft plus kitchen and preparation room and male & female toilets.
To the rear of the building there are storage facilities.
The shop is currently fitted out as a tea room with serving area. There is a picture window to the front with retractable electric shutters.
The premises are to be offered fully fitted including chairs, cutlery and other equipment a schedule of which would be provided at the relevant time. A premium may be required by separate negotiation.
Terms to be agreed.
Rateable Value: £8,200. Rates Payable: £3,755.60.
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Greenwich Local Authority (020 8921 5281). Business rate multiplier is 45.8p in the £.
Each party are to bear their own legal costs.
Strictly by appointment with JOHN PAYNE COMMERCIAL 020 8852 6125
Location:7 Pound Place, Eltham, London, SE9 5DN
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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.
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surveyor and/or solicitor.
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