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Retail Unit, South Wimbledon Underground Station

South Wimbledon
London, SW19 1DE

Use Class E

929.34 sq ft


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929.34 sq ft

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Last updated 18/03/2021
Retail Unit
Retail Unit
Retail Unit
The unit is located just outside of the entrance to South Wimbledon Station and is Grade II listed. The unit is accessed from outside the station on Morden Road. The shop frontage extends along Morden Road with a wall in-between the two windows displays. There are additional offices on the first floor. The unit benefits from water, drainage and power.
South Wimbledon is a London Underground station in south-west London. The station is on the Northern Line, situated between Colliers Wood and Morden stations. The station is the southernmost station on the London Underground network which has platforms below ground. It is located on the corner of Morden Road and Merton High Street. South Wimbledon is on the boundary between Zones 3 and 4.




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Lease Type

New Lease

Lease Term

The unit is available on a 5 year lease contracted outside the Landlord & Tenant Act and will incorporate an annual RPI rent review.


The rent payable to be an agreed minimum guaranteed rent (MGR) based on a percentage of turnover (sales).


Each party is responsible for their own legal and other professional costs incurred in the transaction.

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