271-275 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8NB

  • RETAIL 1,902 SQ FT
  • BASEMENT 1,916 SQ FT


The space forms the old HSBC bank, comprising retail space to the ground floor, with very useable basement space, having been fully tanked and benefitting from good head height. The premises at ground floor are predominantly separated, with two openings, but consideration would be given to opening further. To the rear of the unit are W.C. facilities and a former vault/storage area. It is considered that the space would suit a range of uses, within the retail and office sectors, but also uses such as health/fitness studios. Restaurant users will be considered subject to status. The premises comprise the following approximate areas: Ground floor 1,902 sq ft W.C.'s Basement 1,916 sq ft


The building occupies a prominent location on the northern side of Greenwich High Road directly opposite Greenwich Picture House, with other nearby occupiers including Café Rouge and HSBC Bank. Greenwich Town Centre itself benefits from a wide range of retailers, restaurants and bars - both national and independent, along with a range of world-famous attractions, such as The Cutty Sark, Greenwich Park, Greenwich Market and Greenwich Maritime Museum. Greenwich DLR is within approximately 100 yards and there is nearby vehicular and pedestrian access to the northern side of the Thames via the Blackwall Tunnel and Greenwich foot tunnel respectively.