The property is located in the cathedral town of Guildford with a population of 65,000. Guildford is the County town of Surrey and a major commercial centre located on the A3 dual carriageway, 30 miles southwest of Central London.
The subject property is an impressive Grade II* listed building within Guildford’s conservation area and comprises a large, spacious traditional bank hall arranged over ground, basement and two upper floors. The property benefits from a demised rear car park accessed from North Street providing 5 car parking spaces.
Guildford is the principal administrative and commercial centre for Surrey and one of the premier retailing locations in the UK. Prime position on the pedestrianised High Street between Marks & Spencer and House of Fraser. Attractive period building arranged over ground and two upper floors, totalling 7,886 sq ft (732.6 sq m).
Due to its proximity to London and good transport links, Guildford has always been a popular location for businesses to set up shop. Highly skilled local workers and international talent attracted by the nearby capital, but also by the lifestyle offered by the Surrey Hills, make this a competitive base for high-tech and research-orientated organisations. See our selection of current commercial property opportunities below.
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is the latest commercial property for sale (1,348 sq ft), listed by Kingstons (Guildford) Ltd.
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