Waterloo House is situated in Woking, a large and well-regarded
commuter town in north-west Surrey. Woking is at the southwestern
edge of the Greater London Urban Area and is a part of
the London commuter belt.
The property is located 100 yards from Woking Station on the south side of Chertsey Road. The development has a prime spot in the heart of the town centre, right next to Woking Shopping Centre, which is home to 150 stores. There is also a fantastic selection of high street shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs within the immediate area.
Woking is a well-established commuter town and is sought after by both investors and occupiers, this in turn provides for excellent fundamentals for rental and capital growth, both of which have been prevalent in Woking in recent years. There is a strong demand from renters in the area for new build, well located and well-designed apartments, Waterloo House is ideally positioned to fulfil this demand.
Waterloo House is located in the town centre of Woking, 100 yards
from Woking railway station. The development comprises 25
apartments arranged over first to fifth floors.
The development is arranged as 22 studio apartments, two 1-bed duplex apartments and a 2-bed apartment. There are 7 flats per floor over the first and second floors, 6 flats on the third floor and a further 5 on the fourth floor, with 3 of these units being duplexes also over the fifth floor. The apartments are accessed through a main entrance lobby.
The apartments have good sized open plan living spaces as well as contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. The units, along with the communal parts of the building will be finished to a high standard. The total area of the 25 apartments extends to approximately 997.90 sq m (10,741 sq ft) NSA. The likely ERV of the apartments is approximately £312,000 per annum.
Long leasehold is available for sale as a whole by means of Informal Tender.
The property is not subject to VAT.