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- Stand alone office building with car parking for approx 9 cars
- Immediate area focus of major regeneration projects
- Current income of ?57,000 per annum
- Offers in excess of ?900,000 exc.
Additional InformationThe subject property provides office accommodation over ground and three upper floors. The ground floor offers access to a self-contained ground floor office suite currently let to Willis Insurance and a separate entrance/reception lobby with lift and stair access to the upper floors.
The office space is sub-divided into a number of private offices and finished as outlined below:
Glazed entrance foyer
Intruder and fire alarm
Private office and meeting rooms
Plastered and painted walls
Suspended ceiling with recessed fluorescent strip lighting
Kitchen / Male and female wcs and shower room
Economy 7 heating with a plan to install gas heating
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