Prominent Bexleyheath building on the market
December 5, 2013
A highly prominent building in the heart of Bexleyheath town centre is on the market after DCL – the leisure specialists – was appointed to find a new owner.
The 11,000 sq ft building is in a prime location opposite the 60-store Broadway Shopping Centre – which boasts approximately 200,000 shoppers a week – at the eastern end of the towns main shopping area. It is immediately adjacent to Nandos and Wetherspoons as well as the main bus station.
The detached modern building has a large open plan trading area on the ground floor, customer toilets and passenger lift to the first floor as well as a small enclosed service yard to the rear. The first floor has ancillary accommodation and there is a trade kitchen, office, stores and staff facilities on the second floor. The property also benefits from a large car park opposite the property, which is held on a 111 years lease at a peppercorn rent.
The freehold building benefit greatly from being suitable for a variety of uses A1, A2, A3 and A4. Offers are sought in excess of £850,000.
Paul Tallentyre, Director at Davis Coffer Lyons said: This is one of the most prominent sites in Bexleyheath and benefits hugely from its proximity so such a wide range of leisure and retail facilities. This coupled with its buildings size and potential use classes makes it an extremely desirable investment. We expect interest from a wide range of operators from restaurants, bars and gyms to retailers and medical facilities.