Occupying a main road position this pair of freehold commercial investments offers a good return on investment.

128 Newcastle Street, Stoke-On-Trent, ST6 3QH

Let on a full repairing and insuring lease commencing 17 December 2007 for 15 years with no break clause.

Ground floor lock up shop trading as a day time café.

Current rent: £7,000 p.a.

Next rent review: 2022

               

130 Newcastle Street, Stoke -On-Trent, ST6 3QH

Let on a full repairing and insuring lease commencing 6 April 2009 for 20 years with no break clause.

Ground floor shop trading as an off licence mini market with a 1 bedroom flat over

Current rent: £14,000 p.a.

Next rent review: 2021 

Total rental income: £21,000 p.a

Price: £278,000 O.N.O.          

Ref #: 1708

 

Location 

Burslem is one of the six towns that amalgamated to form the city of Stoke-on-Trent. It lies on the eastern ridge of the Fowlea Valley, the Fowlea being one of the main early tributaries of the River Trent. The nearby A500 gives access to the M6 motorway. Longport railway station offers direct connections south into Stoke, east to Derby and Nottingham, and north to Crewe & Manchester.

 

 

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