4 Waldo Works, Waldo Road, London, Greater London, NW10 6AB

4 Waldo Works, Waldo Road
London Greater London NW10 6AB
United Kingdom

CO-EXCLUSIVE

Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Development Site
Rooms: 21
Bedrooms: 8 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Unknown
Area: 501M² (5400 sq ft)
Tenure: Freehold
Price Qualifier: Guide Price

Financials

Price: £1,600,000
($2,176,000)
Heidi Davey
Regional Director
European Headquarters | 169 Piccadilly, 5th Floor, Mayfair, London W1J 9EH

Description

A unique opportunity to convert an existing warehouse building into three stunning residential apartments. Full planning permission has been granted (Planning ref: 2016/04248/FUL) to create just under 5,400sqft of living accommodation. Option to vary the planning to potentially offer a single, 4 storey residence (live/work) or an increased number of smaller units subject to the usual permissions.

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

5,400SQFT OF LIVING ACCOMMODATION

THREE SPACIOUS APARTMENTS

FULL PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED (REF-2016/04248/FUL)

LIVE/WORK OPTIONS

COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL POTENTIAL

POTENTIAL YEILD OF 6.5%

VACANT POSSESSION/ CHAIN FREE

0.4 MILES KENSAL GREEN TUBE AND RAIL STATION (APPROX)

0.5 MILES WILLESDEN JUNCTION TUBE AND RAIL (APPROX)

LOCATION/COMMUNITY

Kensal Green is a residential area with good transport links to central London as well as North, West, South and East London. Surrounding districts include Willesden to the north, Harlesden to the west, Queens Park to the east and Notting Hill to the south.

The area has seen significant gentrification over recent years and is earning a reputation as a 'celebrity haunt-meets-Nappy Valley'. In 2021, it was described as London's version of Beverly Hills and in 2009 Chamberlayne Road in Kensal Rise was named the hippest street in Europe by Vogue Magazine. Luxury goods maker Mulberry. recently named its handbag Kensal and launched an advertising campaign with Cara Delevingne.

The area is now characterised by numerous independent stores, restaurants, pubs and cafes. Popular cafes include Bel and Nev, Cable, Sonora and Wild Card. Pubs include The Island, The Whippet, The Chamberlayne and Parlour - all of which offer outdoor dining. The area also features original sixties gentleman's hairdresser Gee Barber, which has featured in numerous TV shows and commercials including one for Pinterest. There are also various sports clubs, gyms and health studios such as Moberly Sports Centre and Gracelands Yard. The area also boasts Britain's first independent boutique cinema and social enterprise, The Lexi Cinema. It is staffed by local volunteers and its profits go to an eco-village in South Africa.

It is now home to a number of noteworthy residents including musicians Paloma Faith and Rita Ora, chef Thomasina Miers, film director, DJs and musicians Don Letts and Mark Rae, actress Thandie Newton, singer Lily Allen, model-turned-author Sohpie Dahl, author Zadie Smiths, David Cameron's ex-strategy guru Steve Hilton, the actor and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Sienna Miller.

It has traditionally been popular with those working in the media and creative industries but those buying properties increasingly include people working in the financial district of the city and others moving from nearby Notting Hill in search of more space. The area also attracts Americans thanks to the American School in neighbouring St John's Wood, as well as being popular with French nationals, partly due to a Lycee Francais opening in Brent's former town hall.

There are some excellent schools in the area including the Ark Franklin and Princess Frederic.

Development opportunity with full planning permission to convert an existing warehouse building into three residential apartments.

Description

A unique opportunity to convert an existing warehouse building into three stunning residential apartments. Full planning permission has been granted (Planning ref: 2016/04248/FUL) to create just under 5,400sqft of living accommodation. Option to vary the planning to potentially offer a single, 4 storey residence (live/work) or an increased number of smaller units subject to the usual permissions.

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

5,400SQFT OF LIVING ACCOMMODATION

THREE SPACIOUS APARTMENTS

FULL PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED (REF-2016/04248/FUL)

LIVE/WORK OPTIONS

COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL POTENTIAL

POTENTIAL YEILD OF 6.5%

VACANT POSSESSION/ CHAIN FREE

0.4 MILES KENSAL GREEN TUBE AND RAIL STATION (APPROX)

0.5 MILES WILLESDEN JUNCTION TUBE AND RAIL (APPROX)

LOCATION/COMMUNITY

Kensal Green is a residential area with good transport links to central London as well as North, West, South and East London. Surrounding districts include Willesden to the north, Harlesden to the west, Queens Park to the east and Notting Hill to the south.

The area has seen significant gentrification over recent years and is earning a reputation as a 'celebrity haunt-meets-Nappy Valley'. In 2021, it was described as London's version of Beverly Hills and in 2009 Chamberlayne Road in Kensal Rise was named the hippest street in Europe by Vogue Magazine. Luxury goods maker Mulberry. recently named its handbag Kensal and launched an advertising campaign with Cara Delevingne.

The area is now characterised by numerous independent stores, restaurants, pubs and cafes. Popular cafes include Bel and Nev, Cable, Sonora and Wild Card. Pubs include The Island, The Whippet, The Chamberlayne and Parlour - all of which offer outdoor dining. The area also features original sixties gentleman's hairdresser Gee Barber, which has featured in numerous TV shows and commercials including one for Pinterest. There are also various sports clubs, gyms and health studios such as Moberly Sports Centre and Gracelands Yard. The area also boasts Britain's first independent boutique cinema and social enterprise, The Lexi Cinema. It is staffed by local volunteers and its profits go to an eco-village in South Africa.

It is now home to a number of noteworthy residents including musicians Paloma Faith and Rita Ora, chef Thomasina Miers, film director, DJs and musicians Don Letts and Mark Rae, actress Thandie Newton, singer Lily Allen, model-turned-author Sohpie Dahl, author Zadie Smiths, David Cameron's ex-strategy guru Steve Hilton, the actor and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Sienna Miller.

It has traditionally been popular with those working in the media and creative industries but those buying properties increasingly include people working in the financial district of the city and others moving from nearby Notting Hill in search of more space. The area also attracts Americans thanks to the American School in neighbouring St John's Wood, as well as being popular with French nationals, partly due to a Lycee Francais opening in Brent's former town hall.

There are some excellent schools in the area including the Ark Franklin and Princess Frederic.


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