Commercial property experts Greenslade Taylor Hunt are marketing a range of offices in one of Bridgwater’s most sought-after and historic areas – Castle Street.

Originally built in 1723 by the architect Benjamin Holloway for the Duke of Chandos, it was then called Chandos Street it is a superb example of Georgian architecture.

The premises at 14-16 Castle Street are Grade I listed and are a short walk from the town’s wide selection of amenities. Also situated in Castle Street is the Bridgwater Arts Centre, which was the first arts centre in Great Britain, set up in 1946.

The buildings are suitable for a range of uses including office, clinic, professional services and retail use.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors with boardroom or smaller suites available. New, all-inclusive rents, are offered by arrangement at guide prices of £16 per square foot per annum on the ground floor, £14 per square foot per annum on the first floor and £12 per square foot per annum on the second floor.

Parking to the rear of the buildings is available by separate negotiation.

For more information please contact Joseph Hughes on 01823 334455 or email joseph.hughes@gth.net