A semi detached building constructed circa 1900 and comprises two adjoining retail units arranged at ground floor level, and vacant former offices over the first and second floors.
The upper elevation has exposed red brick with timber framed single glazed sash windows. The property has a tiled, pitched roof recessed behind a parapet wall.
External Areas: To the left hand side of the shops is a strip of land currently used for parking with nine delineated car parking spaces. To the front of the land are metal railings and a pedestrian access. To the rear of the building is a further area of hard-standing.
The retail unit at 134 King Street is tenanted and the retail unit at 136 King Street is vacant. Each shop has a full height aluminium framed window. The shops are configured with open plan sales area to the front with ancillary staff kitchenettes and WCs to the rear.
There is a separate entrance from the side of the property providing access to the upper parts. At ground floor level is an entrance lobby with stairs to the upper floors. The first and second floors were formerly offices. There is an empty lift shaft to the rear.
We understand that there is a basement under part of the property which has a restricted head height and no natural light. The basement is not demised to either retail unit. We have not inspected this part of the property.
The former tenant William Hill has vacated the retail unit at 136 King Street and it is now empty. The unit has been stripped out.
The former offices at first and second floor levels have also been stripped out, pending redevelopment.
Hammersmith is an affluent and densely populated suburb 5 miles west of Central London, approximately 2 miles north of Fulham and 1 mile east of Chiswick.
The area is well serviced by public transport with Hammersmith and Ravenscourt Park Underground Stations providing regular services into Central London.
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