High West Street

Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1UP

Asking Price

£225,000 + Fees

Office for sale

For Sale by Auction 27th July 2018

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. FRIDAY 27 JULY, 2.00PM. THE MEMORIAL HALL, DIGBY ROAD, SHERBORNE, DT9 3NL.

Substantial premises currently used as A2/B1 offices but thought suitable for various uses subject to planning.

The Grade II property is constructed over four floors including a small basement behind an attractive Georgian style stucco frontage with exposed natural stone work to the rear under a slate and tile roof. The internal accommodation is very well appointed with features such as attractive curved main stair, exposed brick and timber partitions space, inglenook fireplace and exposed beams in many positions, The property has been kept up to date with gas central heating and modern facilities.

In more detail the accommodation comprises the following:-

Off central lobby

A ground floor A2 retail suite totalling 750sqft net, open to the front with offices to rear. (Can be locked off and secured from the upper parts).
Wc, access to parking and basement via the rear lobby

Curved stairs to first floor
4 good sized rooms and bathroom area with small kitchen below stair
Total net useable area 864sqft

Stairs to second floor
2 further rooms
Net area 294sqft

The upper floors have been previously consented for residential use.


Front and rear access is available with a shared lobby to the front with staff toilets for the sole use of tenant.

RV £8400

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Jan Merriott

Jan Merriott

Commercial Manager

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MRICS

01305 217992

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