Callender House, 58-60 Upper Arthur Street, Belfast BT1 4GJ

Offers around £2,500,000
Offers around £2,500,000
Price Offers around £2,500,000
Style Investment Property
Status For sale
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This 4 storey retail and office building is situated in a prime location on Upper Arthur Street, close to its junction with May Street and close to Belfast City Hall.

 

The property, which is fully let and producing £143,500 per annum from 5 tenants, is in the heart of Belfast City Centre’s business district, where surrounding office buildings include Ulster Bank HQ, NIHE HQ, Bank of Ireland HQ, Chichester House (under construction), Plaza Building, Victoria House, Arthur House and the immediately adjacent 9 storey Montgomery House. 

 

The premises has 3 floors of offices with passenger lift and onsite carparking for 8 cars (4 double spaces) to the rear of the 2 ground floor shops which access from 2 automated roller shutter doors onto Music Hall Lane.  From Music Hall Lane, both Upper Arthur Street and Montgomery Street, can be accessed. 

 

There is an NCP multi-storey carpark adjacent to the property with frontages to both Upper Arthur Street and Montgomery Street and many other private and public carparking facilities nearby.

 

The existing building has a reflective fully glazed front and external wall finish is cement rendered.  The ground floor comprises two shops and a spacious entrance foyer to the lift and stairs serving the 3 upper floors of offices.  There is direct access from the secure rear carpark within the building, into the foyer of the building. 

 

The various parts of the premises are fitted to suit the individual users, to include:-

 

Spacious ground floor entrance foyer. Lift (and stairs) access to the 3 upper office floors. All office floor areas, foyer etc. painted and plastered walls, carpeted/tiled floors, suspended ceilings with recessed light fittings. Oil fired central heating, in first and second floor offices suites with A.C. comfort cooling/heating in third floor suite. WC and kitchen facilities for each of the 5 tenants.

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