Letting Success At Landmark Building
Cooper Green Pooks Commercial Property Consultants of Shrewsbury report a recent letting at Claremont House, Claremont Bank, Shrewsbury, an imposing Georgian Grade II Listed Building, which was originally constructed as a vicarage for the adjacent St. Chad’s Church. The premises have since been converted to provide offices on four floors and basement level with car parking for 33 vehicles.
he Ground Floor has been let to Headwise Limited on a new six year lease of the asking rent of £8,200 per annum.
Alice Walton, who handled the letting on behalf of the building owners, commented “With the basement suite let to longstanding tenants, independent financial advisers, Holland Morgan Limited, second floor suite let to environmental consultants, AB Consulting Limited and the recent letting to DX Network Services Limited relocating from elsewhere in the Town Centre, this only leaves the First Floor and Third Floor currently available, which enjoy spectacular views over the town and surrounding countryside.”
The First Floor totals about 67 sq m with an asking rent of £9,600 per annum and the Third Floor totals about 72 sq m with an asking rent of £8,600 per annum.
Alice also commented “Tenants have been attracted by the quality of the premises and their location, together with the availability of car parking. The offices have been refurbished to a high standard and there is no service charge to pay. Any interested parties would be advised to contact me as soon as possible as the availability of these offices is likely to attract considerable interest”.
For further information contact Alessio Dyfnallt at Cooper Green Pooks email@example.com