About The Property
- Net internal area of approximately 2,026 sq ft (188 sq m)
- Suitable for office or alternate uses (subject to planning)
- Most recently used as B1 offices but previously used as D1
- Attractive period features throughout
- Town centre location, close to main retail areas and car parks
Bury St Edmunds is an attractive and affluent market town. The town lies in 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. The town is served by three junctions from the A14 which provide access to the east coast ports, The Midlands and the National motorway network. There are regular rail services to Cambridge, London, Ipswich and Peterborough.
The office is located on Risbygate Street and is close to the main roundabout on Parkway, which is in a good secondary position close to the new Arc shopping centre.
The property comprises a Grade II listed period building of timber frame construction with an attractive frontage to Risbygate Street.
Internally the property provides accommodation on ground and first floors. The ground floor provides a large open plan area. The first floor provides five rooms suitable for office, consultation or other uses. WCs are provided on the lower ground floor and on the first floor. There is a DDA compliant toilet on the ground floor.
The office benefits from attractive exposed timber beams and other period features, gas fired central heating, fluorescent strip lights and carpeting throughout. Some network cabling is also installed. Externally the property has a small shared rear yard area.
The suite has been measured in accordance with IPMS 3 of the RICS Property Measurement Standards 2015 and provides the following floor area:
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£23,500 per annum plus VAT.
The property is available on a new lease on terms to be agreed.
The property has most recently been used for B1 purposes but could be used to provide alternative accommodation subject to planning.
D-80. A full copy of the EPC is available from the letting agents on request.
The landlord reserves the right to charge VAT in accordance with current legislation.
The property was included in the 2017 Ratings List under ‘offices and premises’ and has a ratable value of £15,750.
Both parties are to be responsible for their own costs on completion. The in-going tenant will be required to provide an undertaking to pay the landlord abortive legal costs should they withdraw from the letting once solicitors are instructed.