Upper Floors, 29 Southgate Street, Gloucester
The property comprises a substantial three storey Grade II* Listed Building with a ground floor shop unit and self-contained upper floor offices. It is one half of a pair of former town houses dating from the mid-18th Century and constructed of brick with stone features to the upper floor windows and a high front parapet.
In general, the accommodation has carpet floor coverings with emulsion painted plastered walls and ceiling with ceiling mounted lighting. Kitchen and WC facilities are provided.
The property has an EPC Rating of D-80.
The property fronts the eastern side of Southgate Street within a pedestrianised section of the road and is situated 100 metres south from The Cross at the centre of Gloucester.
Gloucester Railway Station and Bus Station are approximately ½ a mile to the northeast.
Situated within ½ a mile to the southwest is the Gloucester Docks and Gloucester Quays developments where there is a mix of leisure, cinema and 'outlet style' retail and residential property.
Approximate Net Internal area
First Floor: 74.32 sq m ((799 sq ft)
Second Floor: 57.24 sq m (616 sq ft)
Total: 131.56 sq m (1,415 sq ft)
The Rateable Values listed on the Valuation Office Agency website are as follows:
Part 1st & 2nd Floor: £5,400
Part 1st Floor: £1,125
Rate in £ 2021/2022: 0.499
Prospective tenants should contact the Local Authority to verify the actual rates payable and to establish any transitional relief that may be applicable.
The offices are offered on a flexible basis for a term to be agreed.
A charge may be levied by the Landlord to cover the costs associated with the upkeep and maintenance of the communal areas.
Under the Finance Acts 1989 and 1997, VAT may be levied on the rent. We recommend that prospective tenants establish the VAT implications before entering into any agreement.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
Simon McKeag: 07737 691453
Harry Pontifex: 01242 255242
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