|Property Type||D1 / Office / Retail|
|Size||32 to 505.60 sq ft|
|Rent||£32,000 per annum|
|Business Rates||£10,500 per annum|
|Energy Performance Rating||Upon enquiry|
The premises forms part of a character period building on the ground floor & lower ground floor currently used for a D1 clinic. The property has been refurbished to a high standard to include a retail shop front with reception and treatment room on the ground floor, stairs leads down to a further treatment room, kitchen, store and WC on the lower ground floor. The property is connected to water and electric service and benefits from modern lighting, telephone & internet services, smoke detectors and an entry phone system.
The accommodation comprises of the following
|Name||Sq ft||Sq m||Availability|
|Ground - Reception and treatment room||258.33||24||Available|
|Lower Ground - Treatment room, staff & kitchen area||215.27||20||Available|
|Lower Ground - WC||32||2.97||Available|
The subject property is situated on the east side of Sandys Row, close to its junction with Artillery Lane in the heart of the East Ends famous Spitalfields area and the Broadgate Centre. A range of occupiers operate nearby including niche, bespoke local tenants to national corporate occupiers. The property is a few minutes walk from Liverpool Street mainline and underground station, Aldgate ( District and Hammersmith & City Line), Aldgate East (Central and Metropolitan Line) and multiple bus routes from the City and Shoreditch to other destinations.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agent, Dobbin and Sullivan.
In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 a director of Dobbin and Sullivan declares an interest with the owner of the subject property.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in this transaction. The prospective tenant is to give an undertaking through their solicitors prior to the commencement of legal formalities for any abortive legal costs should they withdraw from the transaction.
A new lease for a term by arrangement to be contracted outside the provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act.