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Lot 11
160 Station Road, Chingford, London E4 6AN

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Sold: £850,000

IN SAME OWNERSHIP FOR 20 YEARS
6 Week completion

SITUATION

Occupying a very prominent trading position, towards the eastern end of this popular main road shopping area amongst a variety of bars, restaurants, cafés and shops, close to the junction with Connaught Avenue and ideally located opposite Chingford Mainline Rail and Bus Stations.
Chingford lies approximately 10 miles north-east of central London, immediately north of the A406 (North Circular Road) and is conveniently situated for the M11 (Junction 4).

PROPERTY

A semi-detached building comprising a Ground Floor Cocktail Bar with separate front access to a Large Self-Contained 3 Bed Flat at front first and second floor levels, together with a side access to a further Self-Contained 1 Bed Flat at rear first floor level (see Note).
In addition, the property benefits from bi-fold doors leading to an outside decked seating area.

VAT is NOT applicable to this Lot

FREEHOLD

Note: There is potential to extend above the rear first floor to either enlarge the existing flat or create an additional flat, subject to planning.

*Please note:

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