The property comprises a mid-terrace building with frontage onto the Fulham Road, benefitting from planning permission to add part 3rd and new 4th floor to convert the upper parts into 9 residential units (5x2 bed and 4x1 bed). It is also potentially viable to add one further floor with prospective purchasers advised to undertake their own due diligence in this respect.
The building is currently arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors. The ground floor and basement comprise an A4 bar unit. In addition, there is a beer garden to the rear which sits outside the freehold ownership but is available under a separate license agreement with the adjoining owner.
The first floor currently provides two sub-divided office suites and the second floor is arranged as two residential flats. The upper parts benefit from self-contained access.
The building occupies a very prominent position on the Fulham Road in close proximity to Fulham Broadway Underground Station in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Located on the border of Fulham and Chelsea in the thriving broadway area, local occupiers include Byron Hamburgers, Caffe Nero, Whole Foods Market, Barclays and HSBC. The property is also in close vicinity to some of the boroughs most sought after residential areas and to Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club. The vicinity attracts circa 12 million visitors per year and will benefit further from the potential redevelopment of Fulham Town Hall and Stamford Bridge itself.