Attractive rural office conversion with parking. Approx 1,382 sq ft (128.4 sq m)
Convenient access to A30
The attractive village of Burcombe is situated approximately 1.5 miles west of Wilton off the A30 Shaftesbury road and some 4.5 miles west of Salisbury. There is a popular public house (The Ship Inn) in the village and further amenities are available in nearby Wilton.
The premises form part of an attractive former model farm building with stone and weatherboard elevations under a pitch slate tiled roof. The ground floor provides an entrance lobby, three principle office areas, a kitchen and two WCs while the room on the first floor is set within the eaves and has sloping ceilings. The former engine shed (on the right hand side facing) has a fully glazed frontage, is open to the eaves and has been fitted to a high specification to include a solid wood flooring, uplighters, suspended spotlighting, powerpoints and programmable Dimplex wall mounted electric heaters. There is on site parking (allocation to be agreed).
There is potential to split the premises whereby the accommodation in the former engine shed would be let together with the first floor office, the remainder being let separately.
Approximate Net Internal Areas
Entrance lobby 3.5 sq m (57 sq ft)
Office (1) 15.0 sq m 1(61 sq ft)
Office (2) 45.5 sq m 4(90 sq ft)
Office (3)/ Meeting Room 28.5 sq m (307 sq ft)
Kitchen 3.8 sq m (41 sq ft)
Office 30.3 sq m (326 sq ft)
Total 128.4 sq m (1,382 sq ft)
* Note: If split the premises would provide suites of 651 sq ft (60.5 sq m) and 731 sq ft (67.9 sq m)
The premises are available on a new lease on terms to be agreed.
£13,000 per annum exclusive
If split rents on application.
Rent is exclusive of VAT (if applicable), business rates (if applicable), buildings insurance, service charge and all other outgoings.
Rateable Value £6,500
The small business rate multiplier for the year 2017/18 is 46.6p in the £. However, where the rateable value is £12,000 or less, eligible ratepayers will receive 100% small business rate relief and therefore no rates will be payable.
We understand that mains electricity is connected to the property there is a private water supply and private drainage.
Woolley and Wallis Commercial have not tested the services mentioned in these particulars.
Prospective tenants must satisfy themselves as to the permitted planning uses for the property and also whether VAT is applicable to this transaction.
Both parties reasonable legal costs are to be borne by the ingoing tenant.
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