1st And 2nd Floor, 104 High Street

Thame, OX9 3DZ

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Town Centre Location
Property Type Office
Tenure To Let
Size 1,800 sq ft
Rent £22,500 per annum
Energy Performance Rating Upon enquiry

Spacious Office Suite within Handsome Period Building in the Centre of Thame

Location

Located in the centre of Thame, a busy market town. Thame is located approx. 6 miles from the M40 Motorway Junctions 6 and 7, 3 miles from Haddenham and Thame Parkway, 10 miles from Aylesbury and 14 miles from Oxford.

Key Points

  • 1st and 2nd Floor Office Suite
  • Approx. 1,800 Sq ft.
  • Town Centre Location
  • Light and Spacious Rooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Period Features

Description

An attractive office suite spanning the 1st and 2nd floors of this period building. Direct access from the High Street leads to a staircase to the rear and to an attractive 1st floor balcony with a doorway leading to the premises.

The office is comprised of a mixture of light, spacious rooms with a feature central staircase and original period fittings. The rooms at the front have a view of the High Street and Town Hall square.

The kitchen is located on the 1st floor with the W/C's located on the 2nd. Broadband is available and there is a security system installed including external sensor lighting.

Terms

A new lease is available

RENTAL: £22,500 per annum ex. VAT

Rates

The property lies within the rating area of South Oxfordshire, according to which the rateable value is as follows:

Rateable value - To be assessed
Rates payable - To be assessed

Rates payable can be affected by transitional arrangements, and we would recommend that interested parties should make further enquiries for clarification.