A spacious ground floor unit, situated in a modern purpose built block in a convenient location for the amenities of Willesden Lane, Kilburn High Road and Brondesbury Park station.
Planning permission for Change of Use from a Live/Work Unit to a Commercial Unit [Class B1] was granted on 3/2/2005.
Subject to the necessary consents, we understand that the freeholder has agreed to a change of use to residential, subject to a payment from the buyer. Please see the legal pack for further information, and also in relation to the cladding.
Local Authority – London Borough of Brent
EPC Rating – C
Leasehold - 999 years from 24/6/2002 Initial Ground Rent £200 p.a. (rising by £350 on each 25th anniversary)
By prior appointment with the auctioneers
|Entrance hall, 1 large room with partition, 2 further rooms, kitchen, bathroom|
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