Fleet, GU51 3QH
|Property Type||Development (Land & Buildings) / Investments / Offices|
|Tenure||To Let / For Sale|
|Size||1,225 to 2,504 sq ft|
|Rent||Subject to Contract & exclusive of VAT|
|Business Rates||£13,473 per annum The above figures are for the whole property. If let floor by floor the tenant may qualify for business rates relief. Further details from Hart District Council|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as C (67)|
Fyfe House comprises a self contained two storey freehold office building. The ground floor currently comprises mainly open plan office accommodation with two toilets, a separate kitchen, meeting room, server room etc. The first floor is again mostly open plan with four partitioned offices, separate kitchen and two further wc's.
The building is capable of being let floor by floor therefore the building may suit an owner occupier who could occupy part and let out the remaining floor as an investment.
|Ground - Ground Floor||1,225 sq ft||113.81|
|1st - First Floor||1,279 sq ft||118.82|
|Unit - Whole Building||2,504 sq ft||232.63|
Fyfe House is situated in St James Road, close to the junction with Fleet Road and Reading Road South and within a very short walk of the main shopping centre and town centre facilities.
Fleet enjoys a vibrant retail centre with a wide selection of pubs and restaurants.
Fleet mainline railway station (Waterloo 40 minute fast train) provides a swift and regular service to London and the M3 is accessible from Junction 4A which is located approximately 1 mile from the building.
We are instructed to market the building on the basis of a freehold sale at a quoting price of £515,000 for the freehold interest. We are advised by our client that the building is not registered for VAT purposes.
Alternatively our client would consider a letting of the whole or potentially floor by floor. Further details on application.
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