About The Property
- Providing from 1,293 to 3,511 sq ft
- Attractive office suites set within a high quality redevelopment of historic rural farm buildings
- Generous on-site parking
- Competitive rent inclusive of service charge for common areas
Fornham Business Court is located in a superb rural environment and is situated only 1.5 miles north of Bury St Edmunds town centre.
The development provides excellent access to the A14 as well as Bury St Edmunds railway station which provides rail services to Cambridge (42 mins) Ipswich (38 mins) and London (1 hr 38 mins). Other occupiers include Ashtons Legal, Go-Ape and the Folk Café.
Bury St Edmunds is an attractive and affluent market town. The town lies within West Suffolk, approximately 29 miles east of Cambridge, 29 miles west of Ipswich, 41 miles south of Norwich, and 77 miles north east of London.
Fornham Business Court is an attractive redevelopment of brick and flint barns and outbuildings which provide high quality office accommodation.
The available suites provide open plan office space which provides high quality accommodation with the following specifications; comfort cooling and heating, perimeter trunking and cabling, ceiling mounted office lighting, kitchenette facilities, WCs and disabled WC and excellent on-site parking.
The following net internal floor areas are provided:
Building 5 - 1670 sq ft 155.12 sq m
Building 6 - 1,293 sq ft 120.14 sq m
First Floor - 499 sq ft 46.34 sq m
Ancillary - 49 sq ft 4.56 sq m
Total - 3,511 sq 326.16 sq m
Rent on application.
The accommodation is available by way of an assignment of the whole. Alternatively a new lease of the whole or part may be available on terms to be agreed.
The service charge for maintaining the common parts and landscaped areas of Fornham Business Court are included in the rent.
Buildings 5 & 6 are assessed together as ‘The North Barn’ with an EPC rating of A-19. Contact the agents for a full copy of the EPC.
All figures quoted are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate.
Buildings 5 & 6 are assessed as a single hereditament and described as ‘office and premises’ with a rateable value of £39,500.
Each party is to bear their own legal costs. The Landlords legal costs will be split equally between tenants.