The property comprises a Grade II listed mid-terraced, five storey office building with basement storage. The property was built in 1900. Externally, the property has a feature stone façade with decorative feature columns, window reveals and arches. Internally, the property is divided into two offices on each floor, separated either side of a communal landing and lift lobby, with each office having a tea point/ kitchen. There are male and female WC's on each floor (all disability compliant). The ground floor provides a reception area, office space as well as staff amenities including a kitchen and shower room. There is also basement storage space. The specification of the property includes: •Double glazed windows with a mix of PVC timber frames and aluminium frames •Steel staircase •1 x 8 person passenger lift •Air conditioning •Perimeter trunking •Carpeted floors •Recessed lighting •4th floor benefits from exposed roof trusses and exposed metal frame
Cardiff is the captial city and administrative centre for Wales and Cardiff Bay also serves as the home of the Welsh Parliament. Cardiff is located on the northern shores of the British Channel around 150 miles west of Central London, 45 miles west of Bristol and 42 miles east of Swansea. Cardiff benefits from excellent road links with access from Junction 29,30,31,32 and 33 of the M4 Motorway
The building occupies a prominent position on the northern side of Mount Stuart Square in the commercial heart of Cardiff Bay. Mount Stuart Square comprises of a mix of predominantly office buildings and residential uses with many previously commercial buildings converted to residential schemes. The area is well serviced by public transport. Cardiff Bay Railway Station is just a short walk from the property, offering trains approximately every 10 minutes to Cardiff Queen Street Station and Cardiff Central Station which provide connections to all other major UK train stations. The Baycar bus service also provides access to the city centre running approximately every 10 minutes. There are also water taxi services providing services to the city centre and Penarth. Nearby amenities include the Wales Millenium Centre, St David's Hotel and Spa, Odean Cinema and Mermaid Quay leisure scheme which includes restaurants such as Wagamama, Nandos and Cote Brasserie. During the summer months Cardiff Bay hosts popular events such as the Cardiff Bay Food and Drink Festival and the Cardiff Bay Beach.
We understand the property benefits from all mains services.
There is no parking associated with the property however there are numerous road side, pay and display car parking spaces directly in front of the property and in the nearby vicinity.
The property is available by way of a freehold purchase - title documents are available on request.
Cardiff Bay (0.1 miles)
Cardiff Central (0.9 miles)
Grangetown (1.0 miles)