COMMON USE CLASS: B1 Business, C1 Hotels
The property comprises of a substantial purpose built block, originally constructed in the 1960’s for office use before being subsequently converted and extensively remodelled, including the construction of an additional floor. The current accommodation provides 5 ground floor retail units and 15 apartments above. The residential has been split into two entrances, Holly House accessed from Goodmayes Road (B177) and Daisy House accessed from High Road (A11).
The shops provide a mix of accommodation and configurations, with both single and double units. Externally, the property benefits from a gated rear yard with vehicular access via Goodmayes Road.
Goodmayes is situated within the London Borough of Redbridge, approximately 16 km (10 miles) east of Central London, equidistant between Ilford and Romford town centres which lie approximately 3.2 km (2 miles) to the West and East respectively. The subject property occupies a prominent corner position on the east side of High Road (A118) at its junction with Goodmayes Road (B177) in the heart of the town centre, less than 100 meters north of Goodmayes Crossrail Station. The retail parade is prominently visible and the area offers a variety of national and independent retailers including Costa, Tesco, Nando’s, Aldi and McDonald’s.
Goodmayes has an excellent retail offering benefiting from both a prominent high street and retail park. Goodmayes Retail Park is a 102,440 sq. ft. fully let scheme with occupiers including Harveys, B&M, Currys, PC World amongst others. There are also various other retail parks in the area stretching from Ilford to Romford. . The High Road has a become a food and beverage hub for East London and Essex with various independent and national food chains. The area also boasts some excellent recreational facilities with abundance of parks, including Goodmayes and Seven Kings, Goodmayes Recreation Ground, as well as a number of gyms, football and cricket pitches.
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