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Lot 27Sold: £365,000

430 Downham Way, Bromley, Kent BR1 5HR

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Lot 27 details

first time on the market for over 20 years
6 Week completion


Occupying a busy local trading position opposite the junction with Capstone Road, close to branches of Co-operative Funeralcare, William Hill, Morleys, Day Lewis Pharmacy, Co-op Supermarket and a host of established local traders.
Downham Way runs between the A21 Bromley Road and the A2212 Baring Road close to Grove Park Mainline Station and Sundridge Park Golf Club under 2 miles north of Bromley Town Centre and approx.10 miles south east of Central London.


An end of terrace building comprising a Ground Floor Takeaway with separate rear access to a Self-Contained Flat at first floor level.
There is a rear service road allowing vehicular access for unloading and off-street parking for 2 cars.


Ground Floor Takeaway
Gross Frontage 20'9"
Internal Width 18'11"
Shop Depth 35'8"
Built Depth 48'5"
Ext. WC

First Floor Flat
2 Bedrooms, Living Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Bathroom/WC
(GIA Approx. 780 sq ft)

VAT is NOT applicable to this Lot



The entire property is let on a full repairing and insuring lease to I. Altinok trading as Milano Kebab & Pizza House for a term of 20 years from 15th February 1995 at a current rent of £15,000 per annum exclusive.

Holding over - No Notices have been served.

Note 1: The lessee has confirmed that he would like to negotiate terms for a new lease.

Note 2: A ground floor shop only at No. 424 was let in October 2015 at £12,500 p.a.

Enquire about this lot:


Jonathan Ross
020 8492 9449


Roy Tamari
020 8492 9449

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