ADDRESSSailors Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 2PE
POSTED ON1st May 2020
UNIQUE OFFICE PREMISES
Character Grade II Listed Period Offices Self-contained with 14 private car spaces Rent £16 psf assuming refurbishment
Location The building is prominently located on the north side of Horatio Street which links directly with Quayside giving immediate walking access to all of the leisure facilities adjoining the River Tyne. Horatio Street also links to City Road to the north which (A186) which is one of the main arterial routes into Newcastle City Centre from the east the Hotel and Bistro Du Vin are directly opposite as well as the historic Ouseburn Conservation area.
Description Sailors Bethel is a former Seamen's non-conformist chapel which was built is 1875 by Thomas Oliver. The building's striking looks have attracted the attention of artists including LS Lowry and Normal Cornish.
The building benefits from a number of attractive period features with the main office rooms in the vaulted chapel enjoying double height space with superb natural light from several quatrefoil windows.