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D1 building Freehold Victorian School North Finchley London

FREEHOLD SALE BY TENDER – 5,850 SQ FT – D1 Planning Use – £ Unconditional Offers invited
A single storey Victorian building located on Stanhope Road just off High Road, North Finchley. The site has excellent transport links with underground stations Woodside Park and West Finchley (northern line) both within 10 minutes walk and Tally Ho Corner bus interchange close by. The A1, North Circular (A406), M1 and M25 are also all within close proximity.
The site is accessed off Stanhope Road to the north or by a shared access entrance via the car park to the south.
Comprising 11x classrooms, reception and staff room. The building has been maintained and is in a reasonable state of internal and external repair.

Impressive D1 Worship Building Former Tottenham Synagogue

FREEHOLD – 5,800 FT² – D1 Planning Use – offers are invited in excess of £1,000,000
The property is located on the northern side of Crowland Road to the rear of residential properties. It is outlined in red on the OS plan below. South Tottenham is well established densely populated residential suburb in the London Borough of Hackney. It is located some 7 miles from central London. Communications are excellent, from the north via the North Circular Road (A406) and with the Great Cambridge Road (A10) and High Road (A1010) nearby. South Tottenham Overground Station and Seven Sisters Railway Station (National Rail and Victoria Line) are within easy walking distance from the synagogue.
The premises comprise a purpose built Synagogue building originally constructed in the late 1930’s and subsequently extended. The property is single storey, of brick construction under a flat roof. It benefits from decorative colour leaded light windows. The building is divided into three sections the main auditorium a communal hall and a library.
Prayer Hall 2,257ft²
Communal Hall 2,238ft²
Library 579ft²
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession subject to the leaseback arrangement.

D1 Building in Waltham Cross The Lodge part of the stunning 'Gunpowder Mill' development, which sits between the Old River Lea and the Royal Gunpowder Mills site.


Net internal area: 198.90 sq. m. (2140 sq.ft.) to 601.20 sq.m. (6471 sq.ft.) 

The property is very well located for access to the M25 Motorway. Junction 25 is approximately 2.5 miles to the west, whilst Junction 26 lies approximately 2 miles to the east.

Waltham Cross National Railway Station, which provides regular services to London Liverpool Street, with a journey time of circa 30 minutes and Cambridge, with a journey time of circa 1 hour 10 minutes, is less than one mile from The Lodge.

In addition to the fantastic road and rail communications, the subject property is only a few minutes walk from the shops, restaurants and other amenities provided by the historic Waltham Abbey Town Centre. 

The Lodge forms part of the stunning 'Gunpowder Mill' development, which sits between the Old River Lea and the Royal Gunpowder Mills site. The Lodge is one of three unique self contained buildings benefitting from an exceptional standard of build & refurbishment quality, stunning surroundings and convenient location.

The Lodge comprises two distinct parts, providing a sympathetic but stylish juxtaposition between the old and the new. Originally the Director's house, the Victorian element of the building is Grade II listed and has been restored and updated to provide cellular character accomodation with many period features. The contemporary style extension, which is linked by a single storey central reception area, provides two storeys of bright and flexible open plan space. 

The environment in which the Lodge is set must be experienced to be truly appreciated. Considering the benefits the location has to offer, it is difficult to believe how tranquil the setting is. The Lodge overlooks a landscaped garden and the Old River Lea, with nothing but open fields visible beyond. It is not uncommon to see wild deer wandering around the grounds through the glass curtain wall of the property.