The property is located on Vittoria St, close to the junction with Warstone Lane, in the vibrant Jewellery Quarter area of Birmingham with easy access to the City Centre. The area has numerous public transport links including the Birmingham Metro Tram link providing access to Wolverhampton and Birmingham Snow Hill train station which provides regular services to London Marylebone and other local train stations. The Jewellery Quarter comprises a mix of office, retail, leisure and residential development with Tesco, Subway, Greggs, Barclays Bank and numerous bars and restaurants within a short walk of the subject property. Junction 6 of the M6 motorway is a short distance north-east and Junction 1 of the M5 to the north-west.
The premises on Vittoria Street comprises of a mid-terraced three storey Grade II listed building of brick built construction situated underneath a pitched slate roof. The ground floor benefits from a retail display frontage to the main street with ancillary storage to the rear and further office accommodation to the first and second floors. There is a kitchen on the first floor and WC accommodation on the ground floor. Internally the property benefits from a trade counter, carpets, gas fired central heating, suspended ceiling incorporating CAT 2 lighting, security grilles to windows, intercom entry system, CCTV and alarm.
Energy Performance Certificate:
Details available upon request.
We are advised all main services are connected.
Tenure / Price:
The quoting rent is based on £30,000 per annum exclusive. A premium of £10,000 is being sought in respect of the existing fixtures & fittings. Further details upon request.
The property is currently listed within the 2010 rating listing as having a rateable value of £4,650 & £3,750 accordingly to the ground floor & first and second floor. Rates payable will be in the region of £2,292.45 & £1,848.75 per annum respectively.
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Birmingham City Council on 0121 303 5511.
The property is not elected for VAT
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during this transaction.