- TOWN CENTRE PROMINENT LOCATION
- OPEN PLAN SHOP FRONT
- OVER THREE FLOORS WITH ADDITIONAL SIDE ACCESS
- KITCHENETTE / STAFF ROOM
- FLEXIBLE TERMS AVALIABLE
- A2 USE FINACIAL & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
- FOUR FURTHER OFFICES
- ATTIC SPACE
- PART GAS CENTRAL HEATING
Leasehold property with open shop front, located in a prime trading position within George Street and next to Natwest Bank. The building is laid over four floors comprises shop front to ground floor with office to rear, and gas central heating to this level only. Internal stairs and a separate side access give access to the first floor with an office to front and kitchenette / staff room to rear, further stairs to 2nd floor where 2 offices are located and further stairs to an attic room. The building as A2 use for Financial and Professional Service, though other classifications for example A1 retail use would be available subject to planning. The building retains some character features and is located in a Conservation Area. Available to let on flexible terms if required. Rateable value for 2017/18 is £9500. The Valuation Office Agency net internal area (NIA) is 136.9 sq meters / 1473 sq ft. The EPC lists the total useful floor area as 159 sq meters / 1711 sq ft, EPC: E
Stroud Town Centre offers a comprehensive selection of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. Stroud has a railway station providing main line service to London and Gloucester. The M4, Junction 18 is some 16 miles to the south giving access to Bath, Bristol and the south and east of England. The M5, Junction 13 is approximately 9 miles to the north west giving access to Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester and the north.
All photographs are provided for guidance only. Applicant fees are £125 + vat = £150 for the first applicant or £160 + vat = £192 for 2 applicants and £60 + vat=£72 for each subsequent applicant. Company lets £150 + vat= £180. There are no chanrges for guarentors, extended tenancy agreements or check outs.
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