Industrial (B2/B8) – Unit 7, Commonwealth Buildings, London
Unit 7 forms part of the Commonwealth Buildings which are in the heart of Woolwich London. This Grade II listed building, was built in the late Victorian era and forms a semi-detached and single-storey warehouse.
The property comprises a Ground Floor with a part Mezzanine Floor at First Floor Front, Rear and Second Floor Rear. There is a large roller shutter at the front of the building with a loading yard.
The building benefits from an excellent floor to ceiling minimum eaves height of 9.9 m. The property has a three-phase power supply. The property will be available with full vacant possession, and may suit a variety of uses.
Discover the strategic location of Unit 7, Commonwealth Buildings, situated within an established industrial area in Woolwich, just north of Woolwich Church Street (A206) in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Woolwich Church Street serves as a major thoroughfare, seamlessly connecting to Woolwich Road, which in turn provides a direct link to the Blackwall Tunnel Southern Approach (A102) to the west. This efficient route opens the door to the vibrant London Docklands and City, allowing for convenient transportation of goods and easy access to a wide customer base.
To the east, Woolwich Road leads to the Rochester Way (A2), which provides access to the M25 Motorway.
New effective Full Repairing and Insuring lease(s) contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 are available direct from the landlord for a term to be agreed.
Upon completion of legal formalities.
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- Grade 2 listed
- Late Victorian era
- Single-storey warehouse
- Large front roller shutter
- Loading yard
- Minimum eaves height 9.9m
- Three-phase power supply
- Full vacant possession, versatile for various uses