- By order of Canal & River Trust
- Freehold electricity sub-station investment
- Approximately 34.37 sq m (370 sq ft)
- Let to The Electricity Supply Department of the Oxford Corporation
- Canal side location
- Producing £388.94 per annum
Oxford lies on the banks of the River Thames and is a major tourist destination as well as the home of the oldest university in the English speaking world lying about 55 north west of London and 24 miles north west of Reading. It is accessed from the Oxford Ring Road that surrounds the city and provides direct access to the A34 to the west, The M40 motorway (junction 9) to the north and the M4 motorway (junction 13) to the south. Oxford railway station provides regional and national rail links including direct services to London Paddington and Oxford Airport lies about 8 miles to the north west of the City.
Combe Road lies in the suburb of Jericho just to the north of the city Centre. It runs west from Canal Street and was the filming location for the first ever Episode of Inspector Morse in 1986. The property lies to the rear of number 10 Combe Road, immediately next door to College Cruisers.
A small rectangular parcel of land totalling approximately 34.37 sq m (370 sq ft) lying adjacent to the Oxford Canal and Castle Mill Stream. The site is part fenced and part walled and contains an electricity sub-station.
Oxford City Council (01865 249811) www.oxford.gov.uk
Please refer to Legal Documents
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|Land to the rear of 10 Combe Road||34.37 sq m (370 sq ft)||Let to The Electricity Supply Department of the Oxford Corporation on an agreement dated 03/03/1936 (refer to legal pack)||£388.94|
(1) The agreement contains RPI linked rent reviews with the next review being 29/09/2023.
(2) The site area has been provided by the vendor
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