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Lot 33
Unit 4 Northgate House, 28/38 Market Street, Eckington, South Yorkshire S21 4EH

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Sold: £63,000

6 Week completion


Occupying a prominent trading position in the pedestrianised part of the town centre adjacent to a Co-op Funeral Care and amongst other multiples as William Hill, Age UK, Lloyds Bank and a Post Office and benefits from having a public car park to the rear.
Eckington is located on the A616, approx. 6 miles south-east of Sheffield and 5 miles north of Chesterfield and only 3 miles west of the M1 (Junction 30).


Forming part of this established parade comprising a Ground Floor Shop with separate rear access to a Self-Contained Flat on the first and second floor.


Ground Floor Shop
Gross Frontage 15'2"
Internal Width 14'11"
Shop Depth 39'8"
Built Depth 54'5"
Area Approx 760 sq ft including 1 WC
First & Second Floor Flat
2 Bedrooms, Living Room, Kitchen, Bathroom/WC

VAT is NOT applicable to this Lot



The entire property is let on a full repairing and insuring lease to The Croft Veterinary Centre (having 3 branches incl. this one) for a term of 10 years from 29th September 2007 at a rent of £6,000 per annum exclusive.

Note 1: The tenant is not currently in occupation and we understand that they do not wish to renew the lease - there could be potential to negotiate an early surrender and settle the question of a possible dilapidations claim direct with the Lessees.

Note 2: The flat is not sub-let.

Note 3: There is a £1,768.87 rent deposit held.

Note 4: The Flat at No. 2a (above William Hill) is currently on the market for £50,000 - £55,000.

*Please note:

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