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Second Portion of the London Estate of the late
DAVID McINTOSH Esq.

PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

of the

Valuable Freehold Properties,

BROMLEY, MIDDLESEX.

1882

Second Portion of the London Estate of the late DAVID McINTOSH Esq.

PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

of the

Valuable Freehold Properties,

comprising the

RACK RENTS, GROUND RENTS, & REVERSIONS

ARISING FROM THE FollowinG:

"THE GRAVE MAURICE" TAVERN, No.18, ST. LEONARD'S ROAD;

THE DWELLING HOUSES AND SHOPS

Nos. 20, and 26 to 50 (even Nos.), St. Leonard's Road,

including

"The Hearts of Oak" Beer House;

Nos 1 to 17 (inclusive), ROWLETT STREET

Nos. 1 to 31 (inclusive), BLOOMSBURY STREET;

Nos. 1 to 25 (inclusive), ALBERT STREET.

Nos. 17 to 53 (odd Nos.), and 6 to 36 (even Nos.), BRUNSWICK ROAD;

THE WELSH METHODIST CHAPEL, CORNER OF BLAIR STREET;

THE SITE FOR CHAPEL IN DEE STREET;

Nos. 1 to 35 (odd Nos.), and 2 to 42 (even Nos.) CULLODEN STREET,

Nos. 1 to 41 (odd Nos.), BLAIR STREET;

Nos. 25 to 47 (odd Nos.), and 26 to 48 (even Nos.), ABERFELDY STREET,

EAST INDIA ROAD:

THE WHOLE PRODUCING A RENTAL OP ABOUT

£1,200 PER ANNUM

Which, by Direction of the Trustees of the late David McIntosh, Esq., will be Sold by Auction, by

AT THE MART, TOKENHOUSE YARD, LONDON, E.C.,

On THURSDAY, the 1st day of JUNE, 1882,

AT ONE O'CLOCK Precisely, IN NUMEROUS LOTS.

Plans, with Particulars and Conditions of Sale, may be obtained of Messrs. PAINES, LAYTON, & POLLOCK, Solicitors, 47, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C.; at the MART; and of MESSRS. BEADEL & Co., 97, Gresham Street, E.C

The Properties described in the within Particulars of Sale are sold subject to all such rights, easements, incidents of tenure, or other rights (if any) as may affect the same.

The Plan is believed to be correct, and shall be so accepted by the several Purchasers.

The Vendors reserve the right of withdrawing any Lot or Lots at or before the auction, or of putting two or more Lots together in the Sale, or varying the Lotting, as they may desire.

Such Fixtures as belong to the Vendors will be included in the Sale.

The several Slips of Land by the sides of the Corner Houses, although not included in the Leases, will be included in the Conveyances, and form part of the Lots adjoining the same.

In all cases of Weekly Tenancies the Landlord pays the Rates and Taxes.

These valuable Properties are situate in a thickly-populated District, close to the Poplar Stations on the Blackwall and the North London Railways, with Tramway communications to the City Boundary in the East India Road, and near the Principal Entrance to the East India Docks.

The Houses securing the Ground Rents are of a substantial character, nearly all being Brick and Slated, many having been erected under the supervision of the late Owner. They are of neat elevation with Forecourts, and let readily, and the Purchasers will be entitled to the Valuable Reversions to the Rack Rentals.

The Sewers, Roads, and Pavement are all completed, and these Properties offer some of the best and soundest Investments, with a favourable opportunity for the conversion of Leasehold Property into Freehold.



Lot One.

THE

FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND PREMISES,

No. 20, St. Leonard's Road, Bromley, Middlesex,

CONTAINING

ON THE GROUND FLOOR Passage, Lobby, and Staircase; Two Sitting Rooms.

ON THE CHAMBER FLOOR Three Bed Rooms.

IN THE BASEMENT Kitchen and Washhouse.

IN THE REAR IS A
PLOT OF BUILDING LAND,

With Entrance from Ann Street, East India Dock Road,

THE WHOLE COMPRISING AN AREA OF NEARLY

6,500 Feet Superficial,

AND FORMING A

CAPITAL SITE FOR THE ERECTION OF WAREHOUSE OR MANUFACTURING PREMISES.

It is now let to Mr. P. GREEN, a Yearly Tenant, at the nominal Rent of £36 18s., viz., £35 Rent

and £1 18s. Water Rate, per annum.

The Timber and Tiled Sheds in the rear of the House are claimed by the Tenant as Trade Buildings.


Lot Two.
THE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE & CORNER SHOP,

No. 26, St. Leonard's Road, Bromley, Middlesex,

CONTAINING

Capital Corner Shop and Parlour, Kitchen, Washhouse, and Three Bed Rooms, with Cellar under the Shop.

IN TILE REAR ARE W.C. AND YARD, HAVING SIDE ENTRANCE FROM ALBERT STREET.

Let to Mrs. Liley, General Dealer, at 11s. per week, or £28 12s, per annum.


Lot Three.

THE ADJOINING

FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND SHOP,

No. 28, St. Leonard's Road,

CONTAINING

Shop and Parlour, Kitchen, Washhouse, W.C., and Three Bed Rooms.

IN THE REAR IS A YARD.

Let to Mr. LODGE, Clothier, at lOs. per week, or £26 per annum.


Lot Four.

THE ADJOINING

FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND SHOP,

No. 30, St. Leonard's Road,

COMPRISING SIMILAR ACCOMMODATION TO No. 28.

And Let to Mr. POOLE, Blind Maker, at 1Os. per week, or £26 per annum.


Lot Five.

THE ADJOINING

FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND SHOP,

No. 32, St. Leonard's Road,

Comprising similar accommodation to No. 28.

Let to Mrs. ELLIS, China Dealer, at 1Os. per week, or £26 per annum


Lot Six.

THE ADJOINING

FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND SHOP

No. 34, St. Leonard's Road,

Comprising similar accommodation to No. 28.

Let to Mr. TURNER,Stationer, at 12s. 6d. per week, or £32 10s. per annum.


Lot Seven.

THE FREEHOLD BEER HOUSE

known as

"THE HEARTS OF OAK"

No. 36, St. Leonard's Road,

SITUATE AT THE CORNER OF BLOOMSBURY STREET

AND CONTAINING

Public Bar, Bar Parlour and Sitting Room, Private Passage and Staircase, Kitchen, Washhouse, and Three Bed Rooms with Cellar under Bar.

In the rear are W.C. and Yard, with Building formerly used as a Stable, with side Entrance Gates.

It is in the occupation of Mr. WILLIAM ANDREWS, who holds a Lease for 14 years from Michaelmas, 1881, at a Rent of £40 per annum,

The Lessee paying all usual Rates and Taxes.

[Editor: manuscript addition states "Mr. Burgess £920"]


Lot Eight.

THE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE & CORNER SHOP

No. 38, St. Leonard's Road,

Capital Shop, Private Entrance Passage and Staircase, Two Parlours with Folding Doors, Kitchen, and Three Bed Rooms.

UNDER THE FRONT BUILDING IS A CELLAR.

IN THE REAR IS A YARD, TO WHICH THERE IS A SIDE ENTRANCE FROM BLOOMSBURY STREET, WITH SLAUGHTER HOUSE, POUND, AND W.C,

It is in the occupation of Mr. LEGGETT, Butcher, Yearly Tenant, at £30 per annum, he paying the Rates and Taxes.


Lot Nine.

THE FREEHOLD PRIVATE DWELLING HOUSE

No. 40, St. Leonard's Road,

HAVING ENCLOSED FORECOURT,

AND CONTAINING

Entrance Passage and Staircase, Two Parlours communicating by Folding Doors, Kitchen, Washhouse, and Three Bed Rooms.

IN REAR ARE YARD AND W.C.

Let to Mr. SAWER, a Weekly Tenant, at 10s., or £26 per annum.

This and the other Houses comprised in the following Lots are from their situation very eligible for conversion

into Shop Property.


Lot Ten.

A SIMILAR & ADJOINING FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE,

No. 42, St. Leonard's Road,

Let to Mrs. George, a Weekly Tenant, at lOs., or £26 per annum.


Lot Eleven.

A SIMILAR & ADJOINING FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE,

No. 44, St. Leonard's Road.

Lot to Mr. Norman, a Weekly Tenant, at lOs., or £26 per annum.


Lot Twelve.
A SIMILAR & ADJOINING FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE,

No. 46, St. Leonard's Road,

Let to Mr. DARTON, a Weekly Tenant, at 1Os., or £2.6 per annum.

Lot Thirteen.

A SIMILAR & ADJOINING FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE,

No. 48, St. Leonard's Road,

Let to Mrs, Dawson, a weekly Tenant, at 10s., or £26 per annum.


Lot Fourteen.

A CAPITAL FREEHOLD CORNER SHOP & A DWELLING HOUSE

No. 50, St. Leonard's Road,

CONTAINING

Shop, Parlour, Passage and Staircase, Kitchen, Washhouse, Three Bed Rooms, and Yard and W.C. in rear,

It is in the Occupation of Dr. Moore, Surgeon, on Lease, at £30 per annum,

He paying the Rates and Taxes.


Lot Fifteen.

TWO FREEHOLD DWELLING House

Nos. 9 and 10, Bloomsbury Street, St. Leonard's Road,

BROMLEY,

EACH HAVING ENCLOSED FORECOURT.

AND CONTAINING

Entrance Passage and Staircase, Two Parlours, Kitchen, Washhouse, and Three Bed Rooms,

with

YARD AND W.C. IN REAR.

Let to Mr. SWAN and Mr. STARLING, Weekly Tenants, at lOs. each, the total Rents being £52 per annum.


Lot Sixteen.

TWO SIMILAR AND ADJOINING FREEHOLD HOUSES

Nos. 11 and 12, Bloomsbury Street.

Let to Mr. GEORGE KNIGHT and Mrs. LEWIS Weekly Tenants, at 8s. 6d. and lOs., but of equal annual value, or for both Houses

£52 per annum.


Lot Seventeen.

TWO SIMILAR AND ADJOINING FREEHOLD HOUSES,

Nos. 13 and 14, Bloomsbury Street.

Let to Mrs. HYLAND and Mr. HARBOR , Weekly Tenants, at lOs. each, or for both Houses £52 per annum.


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