RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE FREEHOLD OF SUBSTANTIAL CITY OFFICE BUILDING WITH CAR PARKING
Published 27 April 2021
A rare opportunity to buy the freehold of a substantial office building in Norwich has come up with the news that Harbour House in Thorpe Road, formerly occupied by the AA and by Alan Boswell Insurance Brokers, is up for sale with an asking price of £1.7 million.
The 9,355 sq ft building, which is within walking distance of Norwich Railway Station, has been extensively refurbished, and includes parking space for 50 cars. The office buildings are ready to move into, or alternatively the one acre site has development potential for residential use, subject to planning consent.
It is being marketed by Norfolk property services firm Arnolds Keys, whose managing partner Guy Gowing expects strong interest.
“There is considerable demand for freehold office buildings in Norwich right now, and the location and quality of Harbour House means it will be an attractive prospect, whether for an owner-occupier, investor or developer,” said Mr Gowing.
The site consists of Harbour House, a 6,710 sq ft, two storey office building, and the linked Harbour Lodge, a 2,645 sq ft modern conversion with extensive ground floor offices and first floor file storage.
The premises are also being offered to let on a new lease, at an initial rent of £125,000.
Full details are available at www.arnoldskeys.com.
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