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FOR SALE / MAY CONSIDER LETTING
A prestigious 5-storey office development with well apportioned space, ideal as a headquarters building comprising approximately 637 sq meters (6,859 sq ft) with enclosed car parking for up to 6 cars. Situated in a prominent location overlooking Shaftesbury Square and within walking distance to the City Centre; easy accessibility to the motorway network.
Finished to a high standard including smooth plastered and painted walls, carpet tiles, suspended ceiling with inset light fittings, Phoenix Gas central heating, generous supply of radiators and perimeter wall trunking.
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Fronting Shaftesbury Square on the left hand side as you head into town. See the map on the back page of our brochure for a more exact location, and a site plan.
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