Lot 121

FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT PLUS RESIDENTIAL GROUND RENT

17/17A Fleming Way, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6JX
17/17A Fleming Way, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 6JX
Sold £109,000

Currently let at £6,000 per annum

Situated in a small neighbourhood parade of shops with upper parts in Fleming Way, which lies to the north of Folkestone town centre. The Freehold premises comprise a ground floor commercial property, let and trading as Del Boys fish & chips/takeaway with the upper parts, being a flat which has been sold on a long lease

Ground Floor Commercial - No.17

Tenancy

Trading as Del Boys fish & chips is let under the terms of a 20-year lease from 1st October 2013 at a current rental of £6,000 per annum.

First Floor Flat - No.17A

Tenure

Sold on a long lease of 125-years from 1st January 1987 at a peppercorn ground rental.

Important

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