Constructed in 1862 the property comprises the former railway station buildings which have been converted to provide a Grade II Listed retail parade, totalling ten retail units.
The property is of masonry construction with cream brickwork and dressings, under a pitched Welsh slate roof with brick and ashlar chimneys. The central block (Unit 5) within the property has a portico with decorative plinths. The windows are cast iron and single glazed
The subject property comprised the town centre’s former post office, offering clear clear ground floor retail space with ancillary storage. The property is in the process of being separated from the upper floors, more details are available on request. Externally there is a shared rear service yard with parking. The property could suitable for a variety of uses subject to the relevant planning permissions.
The property is a traditional two storey retail unit situated in a prominent corner position. The property was previously occupied by Lloyds Pharmacy and provides ground floor retail space with ancillary storage on the first floor.
The available premises are situated on the first floor of this brick built 4 storey building. The floor is accessed from a ground floor staircase. The floor is currently laid out as a series of cellular offices however the space has planning use for any of A1, A3, B1 and D1 use classes.
The property comprises a mid-terraced four storey building with accommodation arranged as ground floor sales with ground floor offices, first, second and third floor storage. The ground floor benefits from a glazed prominent frontage with the benefit of electric security roller shutters.
Unit 1 comprising the ground ﬂoor of the original bank has planning permission for Class A3 (restaurant and café)/A5 (hot takeaway food) usage with ﬂoor area of approximately 132.76 sq m (1,429 sq ft).
Unit 2 comprises the new glass box extension overlooking the River Pont which also has Class A3 / A5
The first ﬂoor, with independent access from Darras Road, has planning permission for a spacious 3 bedroom apartment over two ﬂoors. The upper ﬂoors can also be retained as office accommodation if desired.
Alternatively, the whole building, including all three sections can be occupied by a single tenant.
Ground floor retail unit immediately next door to Saameer Indian Restaurant and to the rear of the Co-op Supermarket. The premises comprise fluorescent strip lighting and there is a three phase electricity supply. There is a wooden framed shop front with double glazed units. Externally there is parking for up to 15 cars shared with the neighbouring occupiers.
The premises comprise a first floor former hair salon in a terraced row of retail units immediately above Subway. The majority of the premises are laid to a hair salon with an office and toilet facilities.
The property is a traditional two storey retail unit situated in a prominent corner position. The property was previously occupied by Thomas Cook travel agent and provides ground floor retail space with ancillary storage on the first floor.
The premises comprise a ground floor cafe in a terraced row of retail units. The unit is currently laid out as a café with a deli counter to the front of the shop. In the front section of the unit there is a suspended tile ceiling with recessed lighting as well tiled flooring. The rear section of the unit incorporates a commercial kitchen as well as male and female WCs.
The unit has the benefit of A3 restaurant and café planning consent.
The property comprises a former Co-op Foodstore plus first floor flat, prominently positioned in a corner location with a wide shop front. All shop windows have the benefit of perforated and powder coated electric roller shutters and there is a burglar alarm system. Internally the ground floor shop comprises a suspended ceiling with integrated lighting and solid flooring throughout. The layout is mainly open plan with ancillary storage, office and WCs to the rear.
The first floor comprises a spacious 3 bedroom flat incorporating bathroom with WC, wash hand basin and bath, lounge, kitchen and 3 double bedrooms, one of which includes a walk-in wardrobe.
The property comprises ground floor retail premises within a mid-terrace building with stone front façade. The property has one entrance facing Nelson Street and one into the Grainger Market. The property currently retains the previous tenant’s fit out with a modern security counter and screen. There is air conditioning in the unit as well a suspended tiled ceiling and a mixture of laminate and carpeted floors. The property and also has the benefit of basement storage.
The building comprises an impressive period stone property with accommodation over basement, ground, first and second floors.
The premises are currently let to HSBC at a rent of £30,000 per annum until 7th November 2022. The lease is available by way of an assignment.
Alternatively, the freehold interest of the property may be available to purchase subject to the existing tenancy – price on application.
A4 planning permission has recently been granted.
The property consists of a three storey brick built building with attractive stone façade and pitched slate roof covering. The property is of traditional construction.
The ground floor is accessed to the front of the building via Saddler Street with fire exit to the rear side of the building out onto Saddler Lane, next to Pizza Express.
The ground floor was previously occupied by Coral Bookmakers and we believe leisure uses such as restaurants and bars may suit, subject to the relevant planning and landlord consents.
The premises comprise open plan retail area with WC and storage to the side. Walls are plastered and painted with suspended ceiling and recessed lighting. Original coving and ornate features can be seen above the suspended ceiling.
Greggs plc – new 10 year lease from 16th November 2017 at a rent of £16,250 per annum. The lease expires on 15th November 2027 and there is a tenant only break on 15th November 2022.
Gloria’s Italian Restaurant – 7 year lease from 22nd June 2016 at the passing rent of £20,000 per annum. The tenant break on 21st June 2018 was not exercised.
Total rent is therefore £36,250 per annum.
Greggs Plc – Experian Credit Risk Score: “Very Low Risk” (20/12/2017) Total Turnover: £960,005,000 & Pre-Tax Profits: £71,945,000
Offers in excess of £465,000 are invited for the freehold interest in the property. A sale at this level reflects a net initial yield of 7.46% allowing for purchasers costs of 4.54%.
The property is situated in the heart of Newcastle city centre, very close to Debenhams & Intu Eldon Square shopping centre, The Grainger Market and the newly constructed Maldron Hotel.
The property is located in a prominent position on Clayton Street, close to the junction with Newgate Street. Clayton Street is an improving location, in close proximity to the southern end of the redeveloped InTu Eldon Square, one of the largest city centre shopping destinations in the UK with an annual footfall of 35 million. 150 meters north of the property is The Gate Complex and other retail and leisure occupiers.
The property comprises ground floor retail premises within a mid-terrace building with stone front façade. The property has the benefit of a basement in which there is a kitchen and WC.
The property provides clear ground floor retail space with the benefit of substantial basement storage. There is a large glazed shop front on to Newgate Street whilst internally there is air conditioning.
The unit is part of a modern, brick building under a pitched, tiled roof. The unit provides clear ground floor retail space with rear storage as well as an open first floor which includes a staff kitchen along with male and female WCs.
The property comprises a Grade II listed self-contained end terraced four storey building with accommodation arranged as ground floor sales with first, second and third floor storage. The ground floor benefits from a partially glazed prominent return frontage.
The property comprises a retail unit fronting onto both John Street and Athenaeum Street.
The unit has the benefit of a return glazed frontage, suspended ceiling, recessed lighting and a laminate floor. Ancillary space includes a staff kitchen/breakout area, rear manager’s offices and basement storage. The property benefits from a rear car parking space whilst additional parking may be available by way of a separate licence.
The property comprises a ground floor mid-terraced retail unit. The units benefits from a large glazed frontage and a wooden floor throughout the front sales area. The ancillary space includes a staff break out/kitchen area and a separate office. Whilst there is also a large storage room currently used as kitchen facility for baked goods. There are separate customer and staff WCs.
The property comprises two ground floor retail units, with a very well presented 3-bedroom flat on the upper floors and off-street car parking to the side of the building.
The property is of pre-war tradition construction, with brick elevations under a pitched slate roof. Ground floor 90a comprises solid carpeted flooring, suspended ceiling with recessed lighting, electric rollershutter with kitchen and WC to the rear.
Ground floor 90b is currently occupied by a dog grooming company at £7,000 per annum. The flat is accessed to the side of the building and comprises a well-presented and good sized 3-bedroom flat, with kitchen, lounge, bathroom and 3 bedrooms with full wet heating system, modern boiler and thickened, single glazed sliding sash windows.
Excellent City Centre Location overlooking St James Boulevard, close to Hadrian’s Tower, Newcastle College, Discovery Museum, Centre For Life and only a a short walk to Central Station.
1 unit remaining available – 854 sq ft
Suitable for retail, leisure and office occupiers (subject to the relevant planning & landlords consent)
Seeking £15,000 pax
The property is situated on a prominent corner position.
The property comprises the whole of 1 Victoria Road East.
Very close to Hebburn town centre within a well-established residential area.
£175,000 / £15,750 per annum
Total ground floor area of approximately 1,063 sq ft with a further 830 sq ft on the first floor.
Nearby occupiers include Andrew Craig estate agent, Dhillons fish and chip shop, Subway, Savers and Asda supermarket
The property provides clear ground floor retail space at a shell specification. There is provision for rear storage and an internal WC. Externally there is a large rear garage suitable for vehicle or goods storage.
Popular retail parade location
Nearby occupiers include Greggs, Ladbrokes and Co-op Food
The property is arranged over 5 floors.
The accommodation has recently been refurbished, and would be suitable for service users who could utilise the large first floor accommodation.
Prominent, Refurbished City Centre Retail Unit.
Nearby occupiers include The Tyneside Cinema, Vicolo Bar and McColls.
Situated opposite the proposed ‘Stack’ shipping container box park
The property will be let as a retail shell with benefit from a large glazed shop front onto Market Street with mains services including gas, electricity, water and drainage. Plummer House is on the corner of Croft Street and Market Street in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne close to Carliol Square and with good vehicular access to A167 and the Tyne Bridge.
The property is situated to the east of the city centre close to the Laing Art Gallery where there is a high concentration of offices in the immediate vicinity such as Higham House, Hadrian House, Bamburgh Court.
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