Ground floor retail unit in Merrywalks shopping centre
A semi-detached three storey brick building under a pitched slate roof, approximately ½ mile to the north-west of Cirencester town centre fronting the A429 Tetbury Road.
The property comprises a Grade II Listed former Police Station with ancillary Courthouse rear and includes a range of self- contained office suites with plastered walls and ceilings, fluorescent strip lighting and carpeted floors.
The office accommodation is at first and second floor levels, benefiting from a self-contained entrance.
The premises comprise a three storey building with retail premises on the ground floor and office accommodation on the first and second floors, accessed by a separate entrance.
The building formed part of the original RAF Little Rissington accommodation and is of brick and tiled construction.
It has an extensive range of work areas with the potential to sub-divide if required.
This property comprises of a two storey self-contained mid-terraced office building of framed construction beneath a pitched and tiled roof built less than 10 years ago.
A two storey brick built building which has previously been used for storage now requiring substantial refurbishment to bring it to an occupiable condition and would suit a variety of uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.
The Mill Building dates back from early 1800s and has been refurbished to provide open plan office accommodation over 4 floors with additional storage space at ground floor.
Unit 5 is of concrete portal frame construction with blockwork/brickwork elevations to the front, side and rear. The roof is covered with cladding and incorporates skylights.
Property consultants Alder King have let a prominent High Street retail property to Betfred.
Acting on behalf of Castle Mound Estates, Alder King has sold the freehold interest in John Deere House, a multi-let office building on Meteor Court in Gloucester
The office suites are available on the first floor of a two storey office building of traditional construction with facing brickwork to full storey height, resting under a pitched tiled roof.
Property consultants Alder King have disposed of the freehold interest of Palace Chambers, a terrace of five Grade II listed properties in Stroud with development potential.
The Business Park provides a secure and well managed working environment with CCTV monitored entrance gates.
Planning consent has been given for a new contemporary home on the Battledown estate in Cheltenham.
The popular Cheltenham watering hole The Bank House has changed hands for more than £3m.
Trouble House ticks boxes for stone flags and roaring fires
Property consultants Alder King have disposed of the consented residential conversion opportunity at Friary House on Gloucester’s Southgate Street.
The property comprises a mid terrace industrial unit of steel frame construction with a front elevation of brickwork and profile cladding with the remainder block party walls.
The property comprises a substantial three storey Grade II Listed early 19th century office building with a limestone facade and remaining walls of solid brick.
An excellent 2,800 sq ft workshop, located on Fosseway Business Park, Moreton-in-Marsh, which is both busy and centrally located
Gloucestershire County Council has instructed property consultants Alder King to market the freehold of a 4.67 acre residential conversion and development plot, just outside the village of Eastington near Stonehouse.
Adam Twine has joined developer Robert Hitchins Ltd as Senior Project Surveyor.
Property consultancy Alder King in Gloucester has been named the county's Most Active Property Agent for the ninth year in succession by property publication Estates Gazette.
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