Freehold Retail Unit Sold Opposite Fox and Goose Shopping Centre
Freehold Retail Unit Sold Opposite Fox and Goose Shopping Centre

Following the sale of a two storey retail unit opposite the Fox and Goose Shopping Centre back in September 2016, Burley Browne were approached by another freehold owner to offer a similar retail unit within the same parade. 

After receiving a substantial level of interest and multiple offers through a best and final bids process, the inner terraced two storey property providing a self-contained ground floor retail unit and first floor accommodation, successfully completed in respect of a sale of the freehold.

The property, fronting the busy Washwood Heath Road close to its junction with the A4040 (Stechford Lane), is directly opposite the busy Fox and Goose Shopping Centre which is home to a variety of national occupiers including Greggs, Lloyds and William Hill. Also in close vicinity are a 24 hour Tesco Superstore and Aldi supermarket.

Steve Hannaford of Burley Browne commented, "this property received a high level of interest from both investors and owner occupiers looking for commercial property. The sale of this unit and another similar unit in the autumn of last year demonstrates the popularity of the Fox and Goose as a commercial location.

 To discuss your commercial property requirements in further detail or should you be a commercial landlord considering a disposal, please don't hesitate to contact Burley Browne on 0121 321 3441, via e-mail - or visit our website -

Published on Wednesday, 31 May 2017

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