ATTRACTIVE DETACHED OFFICE BUILDING IN RURAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
Tenure: TO LET
Size: 2,952 sq ft (274 sq m)
Rent: £35,000 per annum plus VAT
- Net internal area of approximately 2,952 sq ft (274 sq m)
- Central Heating, Kitchen and toilet facilities available
- Car parking is provided for approximately 18 cars
- Well located with easy access to the Larling junction of the A11
- East Midlands and Greater Anglia rail services available from nearby Harling Station
Manor Farm is an existing business environment that comprises converted farm and other buildings to provide attractive offices situated in a quiet rural setting.
Bridgham is a small village situated approximately seven miles north east of Thetford and around 18 miles north of Bury St Edmunds. It is conveniently situated for access onto the A11 with a main junction within two miles. There is also a railway junction close by at Harling that provides East Midlands and Greater Anglia services between Norwich, Cambridge, Peterborough and the Midlands.
Wren House is an attractive former farmhouse and dairy that sits in the grounds of Manor Farm. The property is surrounded by well-maintained gardens with views across the surrounding countryside.
The offices are arranged over ground and first floors with a north and south wing either side of a central kitchen. The property benefits from carpeted floors, plastered and emulsioned walls and ceilings with exposed timbers. The property is serviced by central heating with WC facilities throughout.
Externally there is parking available for approximately 18 cars.
The offices have the following approximate Net Internal Area:
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£35,000 per annum plus VAT
The office is available on a new lease on terms to be agreed.
A full copy of the report is available from the letting agents.
VAT is payable on the rent and service charge in accordance with current legislation.
The property is included in the 2017 ratings list under ‘offices and premises’ and has a Rateable Value of £30,250.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during the transaction. The ingoing tenant will be required to pay the landlords abortive legal fees in the event they withdraw from the transaction once solicitors have been instructed.