Salon deal is cut and dried

Salon deal is cut and dried
Salon deal is cut and dried

A long-established unisex hairdressing salon has expanded into new premises in Waterlooville.

Upstairs Downstairs has snapped up Unit 5, The Boulevard, off London Road, in a deal brokered by property consultancy Myddelton & Major.

Quoting rent for the 534 sq ft (49.61 sq m) town centre shop unit was £15,500 per annum.
Myddelton & Major Partner Simon Lee said: ‘Upstairs Downstairs has been well known in Waterlooville for 30 years and is relocating from Wellington Way to a busier trading position opposite Costa.
‘The family-run business has been headed by managing director Tracey Preston for 15 years and her husband and children have been heavily involved.

‘This is a well-placed shop at the heart of the busy and bustling town centre. The Boulevard forms a busy pedestrian thoroughfare, linking the main pedestrian section of London Road with Dukes Walk, anchored by Waitrose and Wilkinson.
‘Other occupiers include Betfred, Travelcare, Specsavers, Halifax Bank, O2, Three Cooks, Barnardo’s and Robert Dyas.’

Busy Waterlooville, population around 20,000, is eight miles north of Portsmouth, with the A3M motorway approximately one mile to the east. The town is approximately eight miles north of Portsmouth, 10 miles south of Petersfield, four miles north west of Havant and just over three miles north-east of Cosham.
Access from the A3M is just a mile to the east.

  • Myddelton & Major was named the most active agency in Wiltshire in 2016 for the fifth year running by Estates Gazette, the weekly and online magazine of the UK commercial property industry.

  • Contact Myddelton & Major for more details and viewings of other properties on 01722 337577 or visit myddeltonmajor.co.uk

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