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Upper King Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3

To rent: ROA|1,486 - 3,528 Sq Ft|Office, Offices

Property details

TO RENTROA
SIZE1,486 - 3,528 Sq Ft
ADDRESSUpper King Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3
TYPEOffice, Offices
TENURETo Let
POSTED ON29th May 2024

Description

Description

The property comprises a multi-let 3-storey office and estate agency with a selection of separate office suites. The building provides:

Location

The property is located on the junction of Upper King Street and Prince of Wales Road in a prominent and elevated position. Nearby occupiers include Handelsbanken, Humberts, Bidwells, Strutt and Parker and Leathes Prior Solicitors. The property is located close to the bar and caf� area of Tombland where occupiers include Zizzi, La Tasca and Giggling Squid.Norwich Railway Station is situated at the eastern end of Prince of Wales Road, which is approximately 0.5 miles from the premises.

Accommodation Description

The following accommodation is available:Ground and Part First Floor 1,660 sq ft (154.3 sq m)First Floor Offices 2,042 sq ft (189.7 sq m)Second Floor Offices 1,486 sq ft (138.1 sq m)

Terms

A new FRI lease, with service charge, to be agreed. VAT will be payable on all rent and service charge.

Rates

The Valuation Office Agency website indicates that as from April 2023 the suites have the below Rateable Values:Ground and Part First Floor £24,250First Floor Offices £22,000Second Floor Offices £16,000The ground floor and first floor offices are presently assessed as a single unit at £46,250.This is not the annual rates payable. The rates payable will depend on the occupier's circumstances and can be obtained from either Norwich City Council, or via www.gov.uk/correct-your-business-rates which includes a rates payable calculator.
( Agency Pilot Software ref: 166928 )

Location

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Location: Upper King Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3

Norwich (0.4 miles)

Salhouse (5.0 miles)

Brundall Gardens (5.0 miles)

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