First floor offices at 183 Barrack Road, Christchurch
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The offices occupy a first-floor location, with doorway access immediately onto Barrack Road (A35), one of the busiest roads in Dorset, above retail units and at the junction with Jumpers Avenue.
There is a good mix of commercial uses within the immediate vicinity including KFC, Papa Johns as well as professional office occupiers.
Barrack Road is a main thoroughfare, bus route and link road between Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole.
Main access (from Barrack Road frontage)
2,152 ft2 predominantly open plan but with partitioned board room, kitchen, private office and three further glazed partitioned private offices and stockroom.
Two designated on-site car spaces
♦ Fully carpeted
♦ Perimeter trunking
♦ Cat II lighting and suspended ceilings
♦ Comfort cooling / Air conditioning
♦ Additional electric wall heaters
♦ Double glazed windows
The premises are offered by way of a new lease, terms to be agreed and on full repairing and insuring basis, by way of service charge.
BUSINESS RATES (source: www.voa.gov.uk)
To be separately assessed
£23,000 per annum exclusive
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