60 Promenade is a Grade II listed period building with frontage to Promenade.
Yew Tree House is a Grade II listed building believed to date from circa 17th century with later additions, located in the heart of Broadway’s High Street.
A mid terraced shop of traditional facing brickwork (part rendered) to the elevations under a pitched tiles roof.
Westmoreland House was constructed as a purpose-built headquarters office building in 1990.
The property comprises a two-storey office building of traditional construction with facing brickwork to full storey height.
102-104 Promenade is a Grade II listed property which has been occupied as a single retail unit benefiting from a wide fully glazed shop front.
Drake House has been comprehensively refurbished.
The White House comprises a modern two storey building of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof.
Calderwood House is a fine detached period building set back from Montpellier Parade, currently let in office suites and standing in its own attractive grounds.
The Grange was developed in 1991 to a high specification and the accommodation is broadly rectangular in shape with a central core arranged over ground and three upper floors.
The property comprises a ground floor retail unit within a single storey stone brick building with a pitched tiled roof.
The property comprises a ‘double’ ground floor retail unit with storage area and welfare facilities to the rear.
Unit 11 is newly refurbished detached unit of steel portal frame construction on a site of approximately 0.67 acres (0.27 hectares).
A detached ground floor retail/trade counter unit with a three bedroom flat on the upper floors.
Belgrave House is a modern development with commercial units on the ground floor and residential above.
Available for occupation Q3 2021.
The property is Grade II Listed and is the former Cheltenham Chapel dating from around 1809 which was converted in the 1980s to provide offices.
The Courtyard provides an attractive, quiet working environment within a development of modern and converted buildings.
A three-storey building with basement in the heart of Tewkesbury town centre.
3 Alstone Lane is a single storey building forming part of Alstone Business Centre.
The property comprises a mid-terrace building with accommodation arranged over three floors.
The property comprises a mid-terrace workshop/warehouse unit of steel portal frame construction with external elevations of brickwork and cladding.
The building comprises three warehouse areas; one currently used for manufacturing and packing, connected via large internal openings.
Income Producing Property Investment.
The property comprises a Regency style building on four levels plus a basement with a more modern style building to the rear fronting Wellington Street with under croft secure parking.
The subject premises form part of a Grade II listed Regency period building with a timber framed and glazed shop front with central entrance door.
Unit 1 is a detached building, of portal steel frame construction with profiled metal cladding to the roof and sides, we estimate built in the 1980s.
12 Royal Crescent provides serviced office accommodation, and the subject office is location on the first-floor level with views to the front and rear of the building.
Unit 4 is situated in the Pegasus Centre, within the industrial sector at the eastern end of the Park and comprises a modern mid terrace industrial/warehouse building of steel frame construction.
The property was built in 1998 and is of brick construction under a pitched slate roof with a combination of dormer and velux windows within the roofline and sash windows at ground floor level.
The property comprises a substantial industrial/office complex set in a self-contained site with an electronically operated gated entrance.
The Business Centre offers a total of 30 office units which have been created from 18th, 19th and 20th Century Farm buildings.
The property comprises a mid-terrace two storey office building of brick construction, resting under a pitched tiled roof.
Office/ shop to let on Broadway's High Street, in a location renowned for its art galleries, antique shops, museums, hotels and tea rooms.
The building forms part of a purpose-built courtyard development with painted and rendered brickwork elevations under a pitched tiled roof with flat roof section at the rear.
Thornbury House has undertaken major refurbishment and a planning application for residential use has been submitted.
The property comprises a mid-terraced industrial unit of steel frame construction under a clad roof.
The property comprises a prestigious four storey 19th Century, mid terraced Grade II* listed building of masonry construction.
The property is a Grade II Listed former Police Station.
Huntley Business Park is a brand-new development of industrial/warehouse units.
A mid terrace retail property of rendered brick/blockwork to the elevations under a pitched and tiled roof.
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