The property occupies a prominent position fronting Hylton Street in the heart of Birminghamâ€™s historic and vibrant Jewellery Quarter. The immediate area is well served by public transport with regular bus services and being only 200 yards from the Jewellery Quarter train and metro station. The premises are well located for access to the inner ring road with Birmingham City Centre approximately 1 mile distant and the attractive St Pauls Square and Brindley Place within 1/2 mile. Great Hampton Street (A41) is within close proximity providing a direct link to the A38 (M) Aston Expressway and the national motorway network.
The property comprises a character self-contained office building arranged over three levels with pedestrian access from Hylton Street. The property is entered via a reception area with WC facilities and storage rooms. The upper levels provide predominately open plan office accommodation with many character features including exposed wooden roof trusses, crittall windows, exposed brickwork, wooden flooring and feature LED lighting. The property is heated by way of gas fired central heating and numerous power and data cables are installed throughout the office. A fitted kitchen is provided on the first-floor level along with studio and directors office. Externally the property benefits from 1 car parking space.
Energy Performance Certificate:
Details available upon request.
We are advised all main services are connected.
Mason Young Property Consultants has not checked and does not accept responsibility for any of the services within this property and would suggest that any in-going tenant or occupier satisfies themselves in this regard.
Tenure / Price:
The property is available at a rent of £24,000 per annum on a FRI basis, subject to contract. Terms to be agreed.
Business Rates:The property is currently listed within the 2017 rating listing as having a rateable value of £7,000. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Birmingham City Council on 0121 303 5511.
We understand that the property is not elected for VAT.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during this transaction.