For Sale

New development, 188 The Broadway, Wimbledon Town Centre, Wimbledon, SW19 1RY

  • Area22,189 sq ft (2,061 sqm)
  • Sale Price£4,250,000

OFFICE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY | WIMBLEDON TOWN CENTRE

Highlights

  • Wimbledon town centre office development
  • 0.1 acre site
  • 8 minute walk of Wimbledon transport hub
  • Freehold with vacant possession
  • Planning consent for development
  • Capital value of £203.00 per sq.ft.

Location

Wimbledon is an internationally recognised prosperous London suburb located 9 miles south west of Central London benefiting from excellent transport links along with a wide range of retail facilities, boutique bars and restaurants.

The site occupies a prominent position on The Broadway situated within just a few minutes from the main Wimbledon Terminus with immediate occupiers in the vicinity including CWU, CIPD and South West London Healthcare Partnership.

Wimbledon offers one of the most connected suburban locations in London, with excellent multinational transport connections by road, bus, tram and rail links. The main road artery being the
A219, which runs off the A3, 3 miles to the west and provides access to both Central London and the M25 Motorway at Junction 10.

Description

The site is broadly rectangular in shape and currently comprises two buildings with retail use on the ground floor with associated residential and commercial upper parts.

The surrounding area comprises a broad mix of commercial uses including retail, office and hospitality.

The property falls within the jurisdiction of the London Borough of Merton.
Planning permission (ref: 20/P2166) was granted on 22 February 2021 for demolition of existing building and erection of seven storey office building.

Use Class B1 - Office VAT

Applicable

Rates Payable

Available upon request

EPC

Available upon request

Tenure

The site is for sale freehold with Vacant Possession.

Viewing

By appointment with Houston Lawrence

Agents

Nick Coughlan
  • T 020 8947 5050
  • M 07774 417 303
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