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image  Gransden Avenue, London Fields, Hackney, London, E8

image ££1,795,000

Floor area:
2,765 sq. ft. (257 sq. m.)
image For Sale (Leasehold)


 Available with 999 years long leasehold
 Reservation Deposit of £5,000
 10% Exchange Deposit

Property Description

Offering a variety of self-contained office studio units of an affordable size, this exciting new scheme in the popular London Fields area of Hackney will be of great interest to the growing number of design and media companies making this part of East London their home.
Situated a stone’s throw from London Fields Station between the park and Mare Street in area of ongoing regeneration with notable schemes such as the fashion hub at Hackney Walk and the bars and restaurants of Broadway Market on the doorstep. Gransden Avenue is a 10 minute walk from Hackney Central Overground Station (currently being strongly recommended for inclusion in an East London extension to Crossrail 2)

Unit 1.2.3. is a self contained, Lower Ground Floor unit with ceiling height close to 4 metres and fully glazed frontage to the North of the scheme. Units will be delivered with Cat A+ fit out to include lighting, sockets, kitchenette and private W/C facilities.

The units will also be of interest to investors, with rents currently estimated at around £30 - £35 per sqft in the area reflecting gross initial yields of 5% at the asking price.

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