Freehold block of 18 flats with each being sold off on long leases for a period of 999 years from 14 June 1968 producing a current ground rent income of £316.50 per annum.
Also included within the sale are 5 vacant garages as below:
Triple width garage below Derwent Court (freehold) with lapsed planning permission to convert into 1 x 1 bedroom flat
Double width garage below Derwent Court (freehold) with lapsed planning permission to convert into a 1 x studio flat
Single garage to the rear of Derwent Court (freehold)
Single garage (front) below Derwent Lodge (leasehold)
Single garage (rear) below Derwent Lodge (leasehold)
Via a driveway approached from Buckingham Road, there is a courtyard area providing access to all 5 garages whilst to the west side of the entrance there is additional parking for 1-2 vehicles
The freehold interest of Derwent Court to include the triple, double and single garage, the leasehold interests of the 2 garages below Derwent Lodge.
Agents Note** Under the terms and conditions of Section 5b of The 1987 Landlord & Tenant Act, we are able to confirm that the relevant Notices have been served on the leaseholders who have NOT reserved their rights to purchase the freehold, with the deadline for them to be able to do so having now expired.
* Freehold Ground Rent Income Investment
* Vacant Garages
* Re-development potential (STPC)
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