A particularly proactive approach was required in order to ensure that maximum interest was generated in this property, and the best possible price achieved. We were instructed by the Tottenham War Services Institute, and launched our marketing campaign as soon as the Government announced that estate agents could trade following the strictest phases of the Covid-19 lockdown. Under normal circumstances we would have held several block viewings, and welcomed as many interested parties as possible. With social distancing protocol very much in place though, that simply wasn't possible on this occasion. Instead we had a virtual tour prepared, and were only able to allow a select number of pre-vetted potential buyers access to the property.
The property comprises a Grade II Listed building with D1 use and extends to almost 9,000sqft over four storeys. Prominently located and with ample parking, we were certain that regardless of public sentiment and restrictions on movement at the time of marketing, considerable interest would be
Guiding at £2M we fielded a huge number of enquiries, and competition for a viewing slot was fierce. Following an informal tender, terms were agreed with a private school who exchanged contracts within 10 days! The price, I hear you ask? £3M on an entirely unconditional basis - proof itself that the
market is still very much alive.
We're vastly experienced in the sale of properties for charities and other institutions, and tailor our marketing strategies to suit individual buildings and prevailing market conditions. If you have a similar property to sell anywhere in the South East please get in touch.
PROJECT ADDRESS: 399 High Road, Tottenham, London N17 6QN