Park Place provides period, stone fronted character properties in a prominent city centre location. The building is a short walk from Queen Street railway station, and the main retail areas of Cardiff including the St David's shopping centres. The property is situated on the eastern side of Park Place, directly opposite the National Museum of Wales, to the north of the city centre, and in close proximity to Park House, the Grade I Gothic building designed by famous 19th century architect William Burges.
A Grade II listed, semi-detached, three storey (with basement) Victorian building built in the 1870’s, with a modern two storey extension. The building boasts many original features including ornate cornicing and oak panelling. The specification includes gas fired boiler with perimeter radiators, plastered ceilings with suspended lights and a mix of cellular and open plan office space. Comfort cooling to rear meeting room.
Available by way of a new FRI lease for a term of years to be agreed or by way of a freehold sale.
TO LET/ MAY SELL - Warehouse with potential secure yard.
Bracknell is well located midway between the M3 and M4 motorways. Direct access is obtained to the M4 at junction 10 via the A329(M) and the M3 at Junction 3 via the A322. Both links provide excellent access to the M25 and the entire motorway network. Approximate travel distances from the property are as follows: - Bracknell Town Centre 1.6 miles - Bracknell Station 1.4 miles - M3 (Junction 3) 6.6 miles - A329 (M) 3.4 miles - M4 (Junction 10) 6 miles - Central London 39.8 miles - Heathrow Airport 15.6 miles
The property is available with a large block paved forecourt providing designated parking and a ramped loading bay area.
•Apex height of approx. 8m
•Motorised roller shutter door
•Potential to secure yard
•Purpose built offices
•Male & female WC’s
Description Sq Ft Warehouse 5,847 Ground floor offices 309 first floor offices 292 Total 6,448
N.B This property was measured on a Gross Internal Area basis
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