HIGH PROFILE NORWICH CITY CENTRE OFFICE BUILDING UP FOR SALE
Published 29 October 2019
A high profile Norwich city centre office building situated in the heart of the city’s up-and-coming ‘Over the Water’ district has come onto the market, offered for sale on a long (90 years) leasehold.
47/49 Colegate is best known as being the former home of Radio Broadland, and offers 6,233 sq ft of office accommodation close to the rejuvenated St George’s Works and the soon-to-be-developed former Hadley & Ottaway site.
The property is for sale on a long leasehold expiring in 2109, and with five allocated car parking spaces, and is priced to sell at £349,000.
“In the current market conditions where demand for quality city centre offices is far outstripping supply, this is a rare opportunity to buy high-profile offices right in the heart of one of Norwich’s most vibrant and up-and-coming quarters,” said Guy Gowing, managing partner of Arnolds Keys, which is marketing the property.
“With great access straight from the street, versatile and flexible space, a great location, and allocated car parking spaces, this is sure to generate much interest.”
The accommodation is mostly on the ground floor, and extends into the historic building at 47 Colegate, with two refurbished rooms facing Colegate which retain much of their period charm.
The offices at 47/49 Colegate are for sale on a long lease at £349,000.
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