It provides offices for investment or to buy for an owner/occupier. It is on the market with commercial property specialists Greenslade Taylor Hunt at a guide price of £1M.
Constructed in 1898, this Grade II listed property, was originally a private country residence, occupied by the owners of the nearby Creech Paper Mill.
It is an impressive, detached property with ample parking close to the Park & Ride. Approached via a tree-lined drive it has parking for around 37 vehicles.
From 1993, until recently it was run as a nursing/residential home. It is currently used as offices, but is suitable for a variety of uses.
The ground floor has been the subject of a major refurbishment programme and provides good quality, modern offices with compliant light fittings, security grills, data cabling, a modern kitchen and WCs.
There is an impressive entrance hall, sweeping main staircase, large landing areas and a number of particularly attractive rooms with period features, benefiting from good natural light.
Lying within its own grounds the property extends to 1.77 acres and the main building and coach house together total 8,152 sq ft.
The main building has gas-fired central heating and a passenger lift, which serves each floor. Further refurbishment is required to the first and second floors along with the former coach house, which can be independently accessed and occupied separately if required.
It is available vacant throughout or with the ground floor let to Tithegrove Ltd via a 10 year lease at £32,000 per annum.
For more information and to arrange a viewing please contact Duncan Brown or Joseph Hughes on 01823 334455.