High specification, newly refurbished office of 532 sq. ft. (49.41 sq. m.) available immediately on a new lease at a rent of £6,750 per annum. Fibre Broadband is available and there is ample on site parking.
Concept Park is situated between Towcester and Milton Keynes close to the village of Paulerspury and is accessed via a prominent entrance from the A5 Watling Street.
Towcester town centre is approximately two miles north and Milton Keynes is some ten miles south. The site has excellent access to the regional road network with the A43 dual carriageway just north of Towcester and junction 15 of the M1 motorway under eight miles away.
Concept Park comprises converted barns and modern buildings which provide high quality office and workshop units. The subject forms part of a modern building constructed in 2008 which is of brick and stone construction with timber clad elevations under a pitched tiled roof. The property is set within landscaped grounds and has allocated and overflow car parking.
The office has been recently refurbished to a high standard to include perimeter trunking, air conditioning, carpeting and shared kitchen and disabled WC facilities. The property has ample onsite parking and dedicated spaces to the rear of the building.
The property provides approximately 532 sq. ft. (49.41m²) of office accommodation which is arranged as a single room over ground floor level.
We understand that the property is connected to electricity and water however the agent has not tested these services. The property is heated by air conditioning.
The property is available on a new lease with terms to be agreed at a rent of £6,750 per annum exclusive of VAT.
Anyrates payable should be confirmed with South Northamptonshire Council.
All prices are quoted exclusive of VAT which may be chargeable.
There is a service charge payable for insurance, maintenance, cleaning and repair of common areas. More information available on request from Berrys.
There is ample on site car parking.
Strictly by appointment via the sole agent.
Duncan Batty MRICS