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Natwest Bank Premises - Former For Sale in Hailsha, 1 High Street, Hailsham, BN27 1AJ

2,747 Sq Ft / Retail / General Retail

For Sale - £400,000.00

Available - Last updated: 04 February 2019

The property is situated in a prominent corner position, where the High Street meets George Street. Nearby occupiers include a number of independent retailers, with the national multiples such as Holland & Barrett, Superdrug, Costa and Poundland located north of the property within the Quintins Centre.

The property is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors.

- Former Natwest Bank premise For Sale
- Part of the first and the whole of the second floor has been sold off on a long lease
- Current ground rent is £100pa with a rent review on 1/01/2031.
- Flats have also been sublet on two separate leases for a term of 124 years and 360 days
- Both at a current ground rent of £50 pa
- In addition there is a small retail unit at ground floor level let to Sussex Taxis Ltd

Property Quote Price(s)

DescriptionSale typeGuide pricePrice type
  For Sale Freehold £400,000.00 NA

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