The property comprises a two storey, attractive purpose built Edwardian educational building of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof, with dormers to part. Windows are attractive timber framed sash. Internally it comprises teaching accommodation with high floor to ceilings, providing good quality teaching space with excellent natural light and skylights to the first floor. A lift serves the building. The arrangement of the accommodation would suit conversion to residential apartments.
Externally the property benefits from direct access to the public highway at Tennyson Road and will be offered with front and rear amenity space. There is a metal security fence to the front and a similar fence will be erected to the rear between the property and the College prior to a sale.
The total GIA is 2,135 sq m (22,982 sq ft). The NIA is 1,794 sq m(19,309 sq ft). The site area is 0.16 hectare (0.41 acre).
The property is located in Stratford in the London Borough of Newham, 0.5 mile from Stratford High Street, benefiting from all the local amenities of Stratford, its excellent connectivity to London and the regions and the international attraction of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Central London is located approximately 7.5 miles to the west. The surrounding area provides a variety of different uses including commercial, residential and education.
Transport connections are excellent with Stratford Underground Station located 0.5 mile to the west which provides London Underground services to Central London via the Central Line and the Jubilee Line. The station also provides London Overground, TfL Rail, Greater Anglia, c2c railway services and High Speed services to East London and Kent. Stratford will also benefit from Crossrail and the Elizabeth Line when it opens, planned to be Summer 2021.
Stratford and the London Borough of Newham has seen significant regeneration and investment prior to and since hosting the London Olympics in 2012.