Freehold Opportunity for Investment or Occupation
Listed Building in City Centre
Total Size 8,376 sq ft (778.15 sq m)
40 North Street and The Orangery occupies a prominent city centre business
location on one of Chichester's four main retailing streets. The property is only
a short 10 minute walk from the rail and bus stations, providing connectivity
across the south coast and main-lines to London.
Major employers within the city centre include West Sussex County Council,
Chichester District Council, John Wiley and Sons and Mercer Ltd.
Nearby aspirational retailers include L'Occitane En Provence, The White Company and Russell and Bromley. Nearby restaurateurs boast national chains such as Bill's, Wagamama, C�te Brasserie alongside local operators, Purchases Restaurant and Field and Fork.
The building is Grade II* listed.
We understand that the premises benefit from Class A2 (Financial Services) use
within the Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended).
40 North Street
We understand that the premises benefit from Class A1(Retail) use within the
Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended).
Planning permission exists for change of use to B1 offices. Reference
No:19/02000/FUL and No: 19/02001/LBC.
Rents and prices are quoted exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.
The property is a well-known landmark building. It is configured as two selfcontained units, comprising the Main House (occupied by Jack Wills) and The Orangery, being a period extension to the south with a modern addition (occupied by Handelsbanken).
The Main House is arranged over three floors plus basement, and the remainder over two floors plus the single storey modern rear extension.
Total Net Internal Area of whole = 8,376 sq ft (778.15 sq m).
We understand the property has the following EPC ratings:
The Orangery - C 56
40 North Street - D 82
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred.
Price £1.6m subject to contract.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3606 )