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Stoke Poges, Buckhinghamshire

Guide Price £1,750,000


Property Specification

Move estate agents Slough is delighted to welcome to the market this development/ investment site, which occupies substantial premises and land within the Stoke Poges area.

The development/investment site, which is set in approximately 0.55 acre is currently a successful vehicle sales business, which has proved to be very popular within the area. Only now is the site for sale due to our clients’ re-locating their business.

The site boasts a spacious main showroom, which has two large offices and a kitchen. The land is secured by steel fencing and security gates.

Although the site is currently being used for the sale of motor vehicles, it could be utilised for many different uses, such as residential properties and due to its main road location, it would make ideal development land for multiple international fast food chain

This is an excellent opportunity to acquire 0.55 acre site, in a prime trading location with scope for multiple uses; therefore, early discussions with must come highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

Key Features

Freehold Site of approximately 0.55 acres
A1 Retail as a car showroom, workshops, parking
Total built area approximately 9,000 sq ft
Significant Development Potential (stpp)
Full vacant possession
Property adjoins a modern development
Site itself approx 0.55 acres




Location


Accomodation & Measurements


Area/Location
Stoke Poges lies within the South Bucks district of Buckinghamshire and lies approximately 3 miles north of Slough Centre and a mile to the east of Farnham Common. This is an extremely popular commuter location with a number of attractions and was made famous with the filming of the James Bond films of Goldfinger and Tomorrow Never dies wich were filmed at Stoke Park, the private sporting and leisure estate and country club/hotel. Stoke Poges offers a good range of local shopping and recreational facilities with more
comprehensive services at Slough to the south. Lying midway between the M40 motorway to the north and the M4 motorway to the south the location is ideal for commuters travelling to Central London whilst located within the Buckinghamshire Countryside with Colne Valley Regional Park lying to the east as does Pinewoods Studios and Black Park Country Park. The B416 links Stoke Poges north and south providing further transport links which are complemented by local bus routes and a mainline rail commuter station at Slough to the south.
Site Description
The property adjoins a modern development comprising a mix of both flats and commercial premises with a new Co-op Supermarket and Post Office to the north of the site. The site itself extends to approximately 0.55 acres and was previously utilised as car show rooms and workshop with a built area of some 9,095sq.Ft. Evidently the site represents a significant opportunity for development and whilst this development could comprise residential flats as shown within the artist’s impression in these details, other development opportunities could include commercial/social use or indeed nursing home or similar subject to the necessary consents
Planning:
The site is sold on an unconditional basis however these details show an initial artist’s impression provided by the seller for a purchaser to take forward for initial planning discussions and possibly pre-planning application advice to develop the site for a number of self contained flats. There are number of alternative opportunities both commercial and residentially for the site and purchasers are deemed to rely on their own enquiries not least, the site could be utilised for its continued use for car show room, workshop or other roadside

Size & Accomodation
Current accommodation:
Show room areas total 354.5sqm (3,810sq.Ft.)
Workshop area 375sqm (4,035sq.Ft.)
Under mezzanine area 57sqm (.)
Mezzanine storage 57sqm (.)
Total built area approx.. 845sqm (9,095sq.Ft.)

Total site area:
Approximately 0.55 acres (2,290sqm).

To view:
Very strictly and only by prior appointment with the auctioneers