Westlegate is in the heart of Norwich city centre and is the principal pedestrian link between John Lewis Department Store and its associated 650 space car park and the city centre retail with Marks and Spencer at the bottom of Westlegate.
The property is located at first floor above Evans Cycles.
The premises provide attractive open plan accommodation, with large floor to ceiling windows giving prominence to Westlegate and a light airy feeling to the space at the front of the building.
The accommodation is accessed by way of a large reception area at ground floor with a feature staircase and 6 person customer lift leading to the first floor.
The premises are suitable for a wide range of users, including retail/showroom, offices, gym and healthcare.
The premises provides accommodation with the following approximate areas:-
|Showroom/Staff||1,674 sq ft||155.5 sq m|
|Storage||120 sq ft||11.1 sq m|
The premises have the benefit of a Class E use which covers the majority of potential users.
The property is being offered by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease for a period to expire in December 2025 at a rental of £27,500 pax (plus VAT if applicable). A longer lease may be available by negotiation.
We understand from the Valuation Office Agency website that the property has a rating assessment of £33,750. with effect from 1 April 2017. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
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Francis Darrah for themselves and as Agents for the proposed Vendor(s) or Lessor(s) give notice: 1. That they do not make or give either in these particulars or in negotiations or otherwise any warranty or representation whatever in relation to the property. 2. Any plan attached to these particulars is for identification purposes only and all measurements are given as a guide and no liability can be accepted for errors arising therefrom. 3. The property being open to inspection any intended purchaser must satisfy himself as to the accuracy of these particulars and he will be deemed to have full knowledge thereof. 4. No liability can be accepted for any misstatement, omission or errors in these particulars. 5. These particulars do not constitute an offer or Contract or any part thereof.