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Lot 6
91/93/95 Church Road, Hendon, London NW4 4DS

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6 Week completion


Occupying a prominent position at the intersection of Church Road and Brent Street, opposite Lloyds Bank and close to William Hill and other specialist retailers and restaurants serving the local residential area.
Hendon is a popular and sought after north-west London suburb being approx. 7 miles from central London and benefitting from easy access to the M1 (Junction 2), the A406 North Circular Road and Brent Cross Shopping Centre.


A substantial and attractive mid terraced building comprising a Ground Floor Banking Hall with internal access to a Basement / Strong Room and separate front access to 3 Self-Contained Flats on the first, second and third floors.
In addition, the property benefits from a rear parking area for approx. 4 cars.

VAT is NOT applicable to this Lot


Note 2: In accordance with section 5B of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1987, Notices have been served on the lessees and they have not reserved their rights of first refusal. This lot cannot be sold prior to auction.


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