COMMON USE CLASS: A1 Shops
Unit 6 Blackfen Parade is a lock-up, mid-terrace ground floor retail unit with residential maisonettes above, in the South London borough of Bexley.
The retail element of the property covers 833 ft2 and has full shop frontage. Private access to the self-contained flats is at the rear of the property. It has a uPVC frontage, and roller shutter doors.
The retail units date from around the 1930s and are of a concrete frame construction at ground level, with brick elevations on the first floor. Windows along the front are double-glazed and have a UPVC frame. Both shop interiors are identical & mirror each other.
The interiors are well maintained and benefit from solid concrete flooring with part laminate & part carpeting. Walls are plastered & painted and there are free-standing electric radiators. The ceiling in both shops are suspended with both spot & feature lighting.
Numbers 5 & 6 are situated on the eastern fringes of Blackfen Parade which is the area’s main retail pitch facing on to Blackfen Road.
The parade extends 300 m (330 yards) between its junctions with Maple Crescent in the east, and Sycamore Avenue to the west.
A large Coop supermarket nearby draws heavy footfall to the surrounding businesses.
Falconwood and Sidcup railway stations are no more than 2km away, providing direct links into Charing Cross, Cannon Street and Victoria stations respectively.
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