The premises comprise a six storey headquarters building prominently located in the centre of Surbiton. The available accommodation comprises the entire third floor. This floor is fitted out to a high standard with a number of fully glazed partitioned meeting rooms and executive offices as well as an impressive octagonal kitchen and break out area which enjoys views of Surbiton.
There is also a large temperature controlled server room and the floor has an existing data cabling network (Cat 6, not tested) so could be a plug and play opportunity. Furniture can be available by separate negotiation.
The floor benefits from excellent natural light and has its own male, female and disabled toilets as well as a shower room.
There is secure on site parking for 23 cars beneath the building.
Note the floor can potentially be split to provide two separate wings.
- Daikin VRV III air conditioning system
- 150 mm raised access floors
- Suspended ceiling
- Recessed LG7 and LED lighting
- Cat 6 cabling
- Fully carpeted
- Shared male, female & disabled toilets
- Shower room
- Double glazed windows
- Fully glazed meeting rooms
- 3 x 10 person passenger lifts
- 23 on site parking spaces
- Server room
- Roller blinds
The floor is available on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term by arrangement.
Rateable Value £285,000 / Rates Payable £145,920
The building is elected for VAT.
||11,524 sq ft - 1,071 sq m
11,524 sq ft
(1,071 sq m)
The building is situated in the heart of Surbiton Town Centre at the junction of Victoria Road, St Mark’s Hill and Claremont Road. The building benefits from excellent rail communications, sitting immediately adjacent to Surbiton main line station, which offers one of the best services in the South East with more than 4 trains an hour into London Waterloo (approximate journey time 18 minutes). There is an excellent range of shopping and leisure facilities in the town with Waitrose and Sainsbury both within a 3 minutes walk. The A3 Kingston by pass is within two miles of the building, offering a direct route to Central London and Junction 10 of the M25 motorway.