1,250 sq.ft - 3,697 sq.ft ( 116.13 m2 - 343.46 m2 )
The property is located off The Hillway, a private road which lies of Roman Road, Mountnessing (B1002). Mountnessing is a village situated in the borough of Brentwood and lies between Brentwood and Ingatestone. The town centres and their respective main line stations (London's Liverpool Street) are within 3-4 miles of the property. Chelmsford is within 10 miles. Access to the A12 is within a short distance which provides access to the M25 (J28) to the west.
Fernwood House is a two storey office building which has undergone recent extensive refurbishment and now provides quality accommodation in a rural setting with ample parking. The first floor is self contained with its own staff facilities and provides a total floor area of approx. 4,350 sqft which can be spilt into two suites which will then share the facilities. There are 14 parking spaces in total available to the space.
|Suite A - First Floor||1,250 sq.ft ( 116.13 m2 )|
|Suite B - First Floor||2,447 sq.ft ( 227.33 m2 )|
|Total||3,697 sq.ft ( 343.46 m2 )|
The available space(s) are to be offered on new lease terms for a period to be agreed. The lease(s) are to be contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act provisions governing security of tenure.
£20 per sqft per year exclusive of service charge, rates, utilities, building insurance and VAT. Rent is payable quarterly in advance on the usual quarter days.
A service charge is payable for the maintenance and upkeep of the common areas. This is based upon £3.50 per sq ft per year.
|Rates Payable||For 2019/2020 the approximate annual rates payable will be based upon £7.31 per sq ft|
Each part to bear their own legal costs
All rents and prices stated are subject to Value Added Tax.
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Contact joint sole letting agents;
Mark Mannering - Mass & Co
or John Chapman - Chapman Law
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