SummarySelf-contained office building with on-site car parking
This modern property built in 2005 provides open plan office accommodation over three floors. There is access to both Rose Lane and to the parking area at the rear.
The construction allows for raised floors and suspended ceilings. There is provision for the later addition of a lift if required.
Each floor is accessed via a staircase located at the front of the property which has WCs on the landings. There are kitchens on the ground and second floors, and a shower room installed within the ground floor office.
The specification includes:
Suspended ceilings with recessed lighting
Air-conditioned comfort heating and cooling
Raised accessible floors
Aluminium double-glazed windows
There's an accessible WC on the ground floor, and male and female WCs on the first floor and second floor landings.
The parking at the rear is accessed via Maidstone Road and within the ownership is the road to the rear parking area (over which the neighbours have access rights).
There are four spaces however with double parking more cars can be accommodated. A bin store is also located here
AccommodationThe following net internal floor areas are provided:
Sq M Sq Ft
Ground Floor 114.57 1,233
First Floor 120.89 1,301
Second Floor 123.20 1,326
Total 358.66 3,861
Location46 Rose Lane is situated opposite the Union Building and close to the Rose Lane multi storey car park which provides 595 spaces.
Norwich railway station and Castle Meadow, at which most buses stop, are within a walk of circa 500 metres in either direction of the Property.
Terms / leaseThe property is available on a freehold basis.
The quoting price is £700,000.
RatesAccording to the Valuation Office Agency website the property has a Rateable Value of £50,000.
VATThe property has not been elected for VAT and so VAT will not be payable on the purchase price.
Energy Performance CertificateThe property has an asset rating of 88, which falls within
band D. A copy of the EPC is available upon request.
B1(a) Business - Offices