Bromsgrove offices to let in former parish workhouseSeptember 2019
Worcestershire commercial property consultancy and Chartered Surveyors GJS Dillon has been appointed to let a self-contained ground floor office suite in Bromsgrove. Bartleet House, which is on the Birmingham Road in Bromsgrove, was built in 1701 and became a parish workhouse in 1723 before being converted into offices.
The refurbished three storey office building is close to full occupancy, with the remaining suite being the only space available. The ground floor accommodation consists of private offices, meeting rooms, a kitchen and reception area and measures 1695 sq ft. Unusually for Bromsgrove town centre, it also has 7 allocated parking spaces.
Bromsgrove is currently undergoing a comprehensive programme of improvement works as part of a major Town Centre Regeneration Project. From a location perspective, the popular market town is almost equidistant between Birmingham and Worcester and is within easy reach of the M5 and M42 motorway networks.
Mrs Green says: ‘This property has an interesting history and has now been converted into attractive refurbished offices. Bromsgrove continues to be a thriving district for businesses so this ground floor office accommodation would be perfect for an expanding business seeking to relocate to a town centre location’
Further information about commercial property for sale or let in Bromsgrove, Redditch and North Worcestershire is available from Charlie Green on tel. 01527 872525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.gjsdillon.co.uk/properties-list
With offices in Worcester, Droitwich and Bromsgrove, GJS Dillon is the largest firm of Chartered Surveyors headquartered in Worcestershire. It offers a comprehensive commercial property service, including commercial agency, acquisition and business relocation, commercial property management, asset management, valuations, and building consultancy, and unrivalled geographical coverage, throughout Worcestershire and along the M5 and A38 corridors