CHARACTER OFFICES LOCATED IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE
Approx 465 SQ FT / 43.25 SQ M
TO RENT AT £9,000 per annum
Accommodation: Unit 3 comprises the major part of the ground floor of the original building fronting the High Street with an entrance door from, and bay windows fronting, the pavement. There is separate accesss from the courtyard and the unit has its own kitchen and toilet facilities. Net floor area is approximately 465sq ft/43.25 sq m.
Terms: The Unit is offered on an internal repairing lease for a minimum of 3 years. The security of tenure provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 will be excluded. Lessee will be responsible for an appropriate proportion of the costs of maintaining the common parts; approx £1850p.a.
for 2019/20. The unit is presently assessed at a Rateable Value £7.600 rates payable for 2019/20 -£3731.60 (100% relief is available for sole business premises occupiers.)
Description: The Buildings fronting the High Street are thought to date from the early to mid 18th century and are listed Grade II of architectural and historical interest. They were totally refurbished some 10 years ago to provide office accommodation with character yet enjoying the benefits of current standards of insulation and services. Behind the main frontage there is architect-designed office accommodation constructed five years ago and which displays considerable style. It comprises 2 buildings linked by a central lobby area with a feature conical roof. Both buildings are flanked by glazed canopies overlooking the brick-paved courtyards. The offices adjoin St Mary's Churchyard and hence enjoy a peaceful location. Internally the offices are finished to a high standard and feature: high level of insulation, double glazing in new buildings, ring main and telephone wiring throughout, low energy lighting, full fire alarm system, separate metering for 5 units, electric panel heaters with time controls, disabled access and toilets.
Situation: Rio House fronts the High Street in the centre of this charming village with its period buildings and historical associations. There are nearby local shops as well as a variety of pubs and restaurants. Easy access to the A3 trunk road, which by-passes the village, and intersects with the M25 at Junction 10 some 3 miles to the north. Guildford town centre with its regional recreation and shopping facilities lies some 6 miles to the south with access via the A3: Woking town centre and railway station with a 25 minute train service to Waterloo is about 5 miles to the west.
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