, , CV32 4YS
Status: To Let
Property: 2 Chapel Court
Size: 1,715 sq ft
2 Chapel Court comprises the rear section of a former Church which was converted in the 1990’s and forms part of an award winning office development.
A pedestrian walkway leads from Holly Walk and access is also available from William Street, off which is the private car park for the scheme.
The subject property provides open plan self-contained accommodation over three levels with 7 parking spaces. The ground floor includes a reception area with WC’s leading off, meeting room, open plan office, comms room and storage. The first floor offers a large open plan office, WC and kitchen with a short flight of steps up to a good size office area on the mezzanine with excellent natural light from the windows along the rear elevation. Further steps lead up to the second floor open plan office and additional WC’s.
The specification include includes a gas fired central heating to radiators, Category 2 lighting, carpet tiled floor coverings and suspended ceilings to certain areas. The accommodation will be refurbished prior to hand over with works to include redecoration and new carpet tiles.
Holly Walk is situated approximately 200 metres to the east of Parade, the main retail area in the town. With a mixture of converted period properties and purpose built office blocks, Holly Walk is one of the principal business areas and has attracted a host of professional companies including solicitors, accountants and surveyors.
Free all day and time limited ‘pay and display' on street car parking can be found in the immediate vicinity along with a multi storey car park a short distance away in Park Street and a surface level facility adjacent to the Spa Centre in Newbold Place.
£86,750 per annum exclusive of VAT, service charge, Business Rates and all other outgoings, payable quarterly in advance.
The property will be available by way of a new lease for a term to be agreed. The letting will be taken outside the Security of Tenure provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
The tenant will be responsible for internal repairs, maintenance and decoration with the landlord being responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and decoration of the exterior of the property, the common areas of the development and the car park. These costs, and the building insurance premium, will be recovered from the tenant via a service charge and based on floor area occupied.