AddressEdinburgh House, Millennium Way, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 8ND
To Let - price on application
940 sq m (10,119 sq ft)
Edinburgh House is a detached three storey purpose built headquarters office building of cavity brick and blockwork elevations under a pitched tile covered roof. The property was constructed circa 2000 and is set within an attractive landscaped environment.
The ground floor provides a series of large work areas with the two upper floors being predominantly open plan office accommodation.
Ground floor 296.63 sq m (3,193 sq ft)
First floor 321.73 sq m (3,463 sq ft)
Second floor 321.73 sq m (3,463 sq ft)
Overall NIA 941.06 sq m (10,119 sq ft)
Edinburgh House is located to the front of the Dunston Technology Park in Chesterfield. The Dunston Technology Park is adjacent to the B6050 Dunston Road, a short distance from its junction with the A61 Field bypass which links Chesterfield with Sheffield.
Mains connections to electricity, water, gas and sewerage are available and connected to the premises. Air conditioning has been fitted to part with heating primarily provided by a gas fired central heating system.
The property is available to let on a new full repairing and insuring lease. Consideration will be given to a letting on a floor by floor basis.
Rental terms on application.
A freehold sale with vacant possession may be considered. Price on application.
In accordance with Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, two forms of I.D. and confirmation of the source of funding will be required from the successful purchaser.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
Town and Country
The property has consent for use as an office within Class B1 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.
To find out more about this property, give us a call on 0115 958 8599
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