451 & 451a Bearwood Road, Smethwick, B66 4DH
Mixed use property in Smethwick
Sold Prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
A Prominent Vacant Freehold Mixed Use Investment Opportunity comprising a retail unit with self-contained flat above
Property DescriptionThe property comprises a two storey semi detached building of brick construction divided internally to provide ground floor retail area, with store, kitchen and WC. On the upper floors and having a separate access is a self-contained flat comprising an open-plan living area, kitchen, shower room with WC and double bedroom on the first floor and a further double bedroom and WC on the second floor.
LocationThe property lies to the eastern side of the A4040 Bearwood Road near its junction with Three Shires Oak Road and Sandon Road.
The area comprises a good mix of retailers, commercial users including the Bear Tavern and well established residential properties, it is both popular and busy throughout the day. The property is considered to occupy a good catchment area for future trade.
Energy Performance RatingC
TenureFreehold – Vacant possession upon completion.
Value Added TaxWe understand that VAT will not be chargeable on this transaction.
ViewingsStrictly by appointment with the Auctioneers.
|Retail Area||27.98 sq.m.||301 sq.ft.|
|Store||7.6 sq.m.||83 sq.ft.|
|Kitchenette & WC|
|First Floor:||Open-plan Living Area, Kitchen, Double Bedroom, Shower Room with WC.|
|Second Floor:||Double Bedroom and WC.|
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