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Lot 1 Sold: £640,000

269/269A Preston Road, Wembley, Middlesex HA3 0PS

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Lot 1

6 Week completion


Located opposite the junction with Uxendon Crescent, within a few yards of Preston Road Underground Station (Metropolitan Line) nearby a Paddy Power as well as a variety of local traders serving the surrounding residential area.
Wembley lies some 7 miles north-west of central London and benefits from good road links via the A406 and M1 (J1).


A mid terrace building comprising a Ground Floor Shop with separate rear access to a Self-Contained Flat on the first and second floors. In addition, the property benefits from a rear hard standing area accessed via a rear service road which provides parking for approx. 4 cars.

Note 1: There is a rear single storey extension used as a religious temple which is built on Nos. 267 & 269 with the smaller part of this extension being on No. 269.

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Ground Floor Shop
Gross Frontage 18'8"
Internal Width 17'6"
Shop Depth 37'9"
Built Depth 43'8"
Sales Area Approx. 660 sq ft

First and Second Floor Flat
(with gas central heating)
5 Rooms, Kitchen, Shower Room, WC.


The entire property is let on a full repairing and insuring lease to Theivatheeswary Selvendran as a Post Office for a term of 15 years from 24th June 2009 at a current rent of £22,280 per annum exclusive.

Rent Reviews 2014 (Outstanding) and 2019.

Note 2: The tenant also trades from the adjoining shop (No. 267) which interconnects with No. 269 at ground floor level, but is not included in the sale.

Note 3: The tenant has recently sublet the shop for a term of 5 years from 17th March 2016 at £24,000 p.a. exclusive. The sublessee had not yet commenced trading.

Enquire about this lot:


John Barnett
020 8492 9449


Roy Tamari
020 8492 9449

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