Office for sale in Cheltenham GL50

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Property Description

The Regency Spa town of Cheltenham lies at the foot of the Cotswold Hills and within 3 miles of the M5 motorway junction 11.
Birmingham - 43 miles, Bristol - 39 miles.
Rail network links to London Paddington - 2h 5mins

The Town is famed for its Racecourse and the Gold Cup and hosts International Literature, Jazz, Music and Science Festivals

121 Promenade sits on the western side of the Promenade fronting one of the most renowned thoroughfares in the UK and overlooking Imperial Gardens and close to The Queens Hotel and The Cheltenham Ladies College.

The premises comprise a Regency period Grade II* Listed Building.

Significantly refurbished over the past few years to provide outstanding high class office accommodation and featuring a fully Soundproofed Recording Studio (equipment not included) with international isdn facility, on-site parking for approximately 8 cars, gas fired central heating.

The retained period features include internal acanthus cornice and anthemion ceiling frieze to the ground floor front room together with many fireplaces.

121 Promenade was sold by auction in the late 1970’s and was advertised as the last house in the Promenade with all other properties having gone over to commercial use.

Currently used as offices, the building has been sympathetically restored and maintained to a high standard by the current owner and includes in the lower ground floor a fully fitted out recording studio where Dionne Warwick has recorded as has Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

The current use is as offices but residential or alternative leisure uses are well suited, subject to appropriate planning consent. An application has been submitted by the owner for residential use.

Please download the PDF marketing particulars for tenancy information, and if required vacant possession of the building can be provided upon completion of the sale.

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