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Lot 10 Sold: £1,620,000

3 High Street, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire SL9 9QE

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Lot 10   Click here for addendum

6 Week completion


Located close to the junction with Chiltern Hill in the town centre, diagonally opposite a Co-op Supermarket and Pay & Display Car Park and being just to the south of Market Place which houses a variety of multiple retailers including NatWest, M&Co, Mcoll's, HSBC and Timpson.
The property is opposite the former Holy Cross Convent where Planning has been granted for approximately 190 new homes.
Chalfont St Peter is an affluent Buckinghamshire village which lies under 2 miles from Gerrards Cross, approx. 5 miles south-east of Amersham and 20 miles north-west of central London with easy access to the M25 (Junctions 16 & 17).


Site Area Approx. 0.27 acres

A modern mixed use building constructed in 1989 comprising 2 Ground Floor Double Shops with separate front access to Self-Contained Offices on the first floor (see Note 1) with air conditioning. In addition, the property includes a Rear Car Park for 27 cars (see Note 2).

VAT is applicable to this Lot


Note 1: The offices may be suitable for future conversion to Residential Use by way of Permitted Development, subject to obtaining possession and any other necessary consents. There may also be potential to create further accommodation in the roof space, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

Enquire about this lot:


Steven Grossman
020 8492 9449


Jonathan Ross
020 8492 9449

*Please note:


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