13 Wroughton Terrace, Hendon, NW4 4LE
Freehold Investment Opportunity built to a high specification
Fully occupied 5-room licenced House of Multiple Occupation (HMO) with C4 planning use
Amenities closeby including Co-op Food, Hendon Bagel Bakery and Nuffield Health
Middlesex University is a 2- minute walk away
Within close proximity to Sunny Hill Park and Hendon Park
Existing GIA - 116sqm/1,250sqft
Current Gross Income- £59,400 per annum
Hendon Central Station is a 12-minute walk away
Offers in excess of £800,000 for the freehold interest
The existing property is located in the London Borough of Barnet and was fully refurbished in April 2021, currently holding C4 planning use. The property is currently configured as a 5-room HMO (Licence granted in April 2021) and is fully occupied with a gross income of £59,400 per annum.
Following the introduction of Article 4 by Barnet Council in 2026 the supply of HMO room availability has diminished over the recent years whilst demand remains high as a result of Middlesex University’s expansion and a growing number of corporate tenants looking within the area.
The existing site is located in Hendon and sits in the middle of Wroughton Terrace, leading into Church Road. Set just a stone’s throw from Middlesex University, the site lies between a number of green spaces close by including Sunny Hill Park and Hendon Park.
The site is very well served in terms of local amenities which can which can be found on Church Road and The Burroughs. The local schools include St Joseph’s R C Primary School (0.4 miles), Sunnyfields Primary School (0.7 miles) and Hendon Secondary School (0.8 miles).
The site is highly accessible and situated a 12- minute walk away from Hendon Central Station (Zone 3/4) which provides access to Tottenham Court Road within 22 minutes and Waterloo Station within 28 minutes.
Available upon request.
VAT is not applicable.
Highfield are inviting offers in excess of £800,000 for the freehold interest
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