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  1. The Hour House, 32 High St, Rickmansworth WD3 1ER

    Office for sale

    £550,000

    1,927 sq ft ~18 people

    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Telephone system
    • Transport

    Detached georgian property
    • to let on terms to be agreed
    • excellent location close to town centre
    • 6 rooms & 2 wcs
    • two parking spaces at rear
    • rateable value £10,000

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  2. 74 High St, Rickmansworth WD3 1AJ

    Retail for sale

    £900,000

    3,323 sq ft

    • Cafe
    • Grade II
    • Modern
    • Restaurant
    • Storage

    Rickmansworth is an attractive and affluent commuter town in Hertfordshire
    • Arguably the best trading location in Rickmansworth
    • Well secured to WHSmith Retail Holdings Limited 
    • Future residential redevelopment potential 
    • Offers in excess of £900,000 
    • Net initial yield of approximately 6% assuming normal purchasers costs

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  3. Pennsylvanian, 115-117 High Street, Rickmansworth

    Leisure for sale

    P.O.A.

    5,681 sq ft

    • Kitchen
    • Train transport
    • Tube service

    Freehold public house for sale in prime town centre location., Rickmansworth is an affluent commuter town which is located in Hertfordshire, approximately 17 miles north west of Central London and 3.5 miles south east of Watford. Road and rail communications are good with the M25 motorway easily accessible at junctions 17 and 18 and Rickmansworth station being served by both Chiltern Railways and the London Underground (Metropolitan Line)., The property benefits from a premises licence permitting the sale of alcohol until midnight Sunday to Wednesday and 1 am Thursday to Saturday., Freehold public house, Town centre location, Affluent commuter area, Well configured trading accommodation, Close to occupiers including WH Smith, Barclays, Superdrug, Caffe Nero and Costa, Late licence, The Pennsylvanian is located within the town centre on the High Street close to its junction with Church Street. The Pennsylvanian comprises a mid-terrace building which is of brick construction under a pitched tiled roof. Ground Floor - Trading accommodation with bar servery to one side. This area provides a variety of fixed bench seating, loose tables and chairs for 150 covers. A catering kitchen and managers office are also provided at this level. Upper Floors - Customer WC's, a beer cellar, staff room and staff WC's are provided at first floor level and split over two sections at the front and rear of the building. The second floor provides a two bedroom apartment which has been sold off on a long lease.

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