Charlotte Square dates from 1770. The property comprises the south side of the square falling into two distinct parts the older period part laid out as offices over four floors overlooking the square and an adjoining newer building occupying the prominent corner with Cross Street comprising a restaurant on the ground floor (which has recently been let) and part first floors with a large open plan second floor that is accessed from Charlotte Square.
The property is laid out to provide a mixture open plan and cellular offices. Part of the building has been newly refurbished to provide newly decorated walls and new suspended ceiling grid with recessed lighting and new carpeting. Accomodation
The area is made up approximately as follows:
Ground Floor 121.4 sq m (1,307 sq ft) First Floor 364 sq m (3,918 sq ft) Second Floor 122.7 sq m (1,321 sq ft) Terms
Office suites are available by way of new full repairing and insuring terms exclusive of service charge on terms to be agreed at a rental of £7.50 per sq ft. Rating assessment
The existing Rateable Value for the full building is currently £45,000 however the individual offices suites need to be reassessed and split up.
The Small Business rate for the year 2017/2018 is 46.6 pence in the pound. Legal costs
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction. EPC
The property has an Energy Performance Certificate rating of G (179). A full copy of the EPC is available upon request. VAT
Unless otherwise stated all prices and rents quoted within these terms are exclusive of VAT where chargeable. Anti-money laundering
In accordance with anti-money laundering regulations, two forms of identification and confirmation of the source of funding will be required from the successful tenant.
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