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Brunel Engine Shed, Amersham Hill

To rent: ROA|3,366 - 10,559 Sq Ft|Office, Retail - High Street, Offices, Retail

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TO RENTROA
SIZE3,366 - 10,559 Sq Ft
ADDRESSBrunel Engine Shed, Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, HP13 6NN
TYPEOffice, Retail - High Street, Offices, Retail
TENURETo Let
POSTED ON12th October 2021

Description

Key Points

  • Unique Grade II listed office and retail development
  • Adjacent to High Wycombe Station
  • Gateway site to the town centre
  • Character features
  • Summary

    Unique Grade II listed office and retail scheme adjacent to High Wycombe train station

    Description

    PC Target date February 2022

    Location

    Brunel Engine Shed is located in the town of High Wycombe, in the southern half of the County of Buckinghamshire. It sits between Birdcage Walk, Crendon Street and Amersham Hill and is directly adjacent to the main railway station. The building forms part of the Wycombe District Council’s wider programme to renew the area surrounding the railway station and along the Eastern Quarter, Easton Street. High Wycombe railway station is serviced by Chiltern Railways which provides direct links in to London Marylebone (30 minutes) and out to Aylesbury (30 minutes), (Oxford (41 minutes), Leamington Spa (48 minutes), Warwick (62 minutes) & Birmingham (77 minutes). Additionally, the site can easily be accessed by foot, bike and bus services.

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    Specification and Design

    Hawkins Brown are the lead architects and are working up a detailed scheme for the full refurbishment and extension of the listed railway Engine Shed. The scheme is targeting EPC B.

    Location

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    Location: Brunel Engine Shed, Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, HP13 6NN

    Amersham (6.6 miles)

    Chesham (7.7 miles)

    Chalfont & Latimer (8.3 miles)

    High Wycombe (0.0 miles)

    Bourne End (3.9 miles)

    Marlow (4.2 miles)

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