Kazumasa Yamashita-designed apartment building in Tokyo

¥1,011,000,000

Gross yield: 1.3%

Land & Building  | Building size: 601.72 sqm (6,475 sq.ft)
Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo


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ABOUT

This is a residence/apartment building located a 10-minute walk from Shinagawa Station. The 2-story building was designed by Kazumasa Yamashita and built in 1987.

The basement and ground floor contains 2 x 3-Bedroom maisonette-style apartments, both leased to tenants. The apartments are 196.59 m2 (2,115 sq.ft) and 199.80 m2 (2,150 sq.ft). The 2nd floor has the owner’s personal residence – a 3-Bedroom apartment of 200.78 m2 (2,160 sq.ft) to be provided vacant upon sale.

Recent repair and maintenance history:

  • 2022/04: High-pressure cleaning of drainage pipes in each unit.
  • 2021/03: Replacement of gas hot water heaters in rental units.
  • 2020/05: Waterproofing, re-coating, and re-caulking of rooftop. 

Units and rental status:

B1-1F / 3 Bedroom + 2 Bathroom196.59 m2Leased to a tenant.
B1-1F / 3 Bedroom + 2 Bathroom199.80 m2Leased to a tenant.
2F / 3 Bedroom + 2 Bathroom200.78 m2Occupied by seller. To be provided vacant.

About the architect:

Kazumasa Yamashita, born in Nagoya in 1937, is known for his post-modern designs. Of note is Face House (1974) in Kyoto, and the From First Building (1976) in Omotesando. In the 1960s he worked at Nikken Sekkei in Tokyo, with a brief stint at Paul Schneider-Esleben’s architectural practice in Germany in 1964, the architectural division of the London government in 1965, and for architect Colin St. John Wilson in 1966. He founded his own architectural firm in 1969.

LOCATION

Kitashinagawa 6 Chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

Shinagawa Station – 7 min walk
(Yamanote Line)

Kitashinagawa Station – 11 min walk
(Keikyu Main Line)


  • Tokyu Store Takanawa: 600 meters
  • Shinagawa Prince Hotel: 300 meters
  • Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa: 550 meters

FLOOR PLAN

DETAILS

Type: Residential building & Land
Building name:
Total units: 3
Price: 1,011,000,000 Yen
Built: June 1987
Construction: 2-story + 1 basement, reinforced concrete block and reinforced concrete
Architect / Planner: Kazumasa Yamashita
Construction company:
Land size (registered): 418.40 sqm (126.56 tsubo), including 11.72 sqm of road setback
Building size (registered): 601.72 sqm (6,475 sq.ft)
Setback: Approx. 11.72 sqm (included in registered land size)
Land rights: Freehold
Road: Approx. 3.1-meter wide private road on east side
Road frontage: Approx. 14.1 meters
Zoning: Category 1 Exclusively Low-Rise Residential Zone
Building footprint ratio: 60%
Building floor-area ratio: 150%
Status: 2 of 3 units leased
Delivery: To be negotiated
Transaction type: Brokerage
Brokerage fee: 3% + 60,000 Yen + consumption tax, charged to buyer.
*Inspection by advance appointment only. Please understand that some viewing times may not be possible due to sellers’ schedules. Same-day appointments are not possible. It is not possible to inspect apartments that are currently leased to tenants during the term of the lease. The buyer must continue to honor the terms of the original lease agreements.*Registered sizes may be different from measured sizes.
*Building does not have an elevator.
*Quasi-fireproof district.
*Cat. 1 Height District.
Last updated: October 1, 2022. Next update (scheduled): October 15, 2022.

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Disclaimer:
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.
All care has been taken in preparing this floor plan, however the accuracy is not guaranteed and no liability will be accepted for any reliance placed upon it. In the event of any conflict between the floor plan and actual conditions, the latter shall prevail. Dimensions are approximate.