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Business opportunity with sale of imposing Georgian office building.

THE freehold of Queen Anne House, the imposing Georgian office building in the centre of Coleshill, which was recently refurbished to the highest of standards, has come on the market.

The self-contained detached mansion of character offers superb office space with the invaluable addition of gated parking for 18 vehicles and stands conveniently for all local services on Coleshill High Street with banks and shopping on its doorstep.

This distinct building - which in contrast has housed both a gentleman's residence and a doctor's surgery - extends to 4,228 sq ft and is potentially suitable for a range other uses such as a clinic, health centre, creche, day nursery or training facility, obviously subject to planning agreement.

With the rare offer of purchasing the freehold, the options are numerous for an excellent business enterprise in this unique environment. It should be noted that Queen Anne House is also on offer on a leasehold basis.

Coleshill sits in a central, strategic location and is accessed from the M6 and M42 motorways.

The M42 (Junction 7A) and the M6 (Junction 4) are only approximately 1.5 miles away and in addition, these junctions provide further access to the M40, M6 Toll, M5 and M69 as well as Birmingham Airport and Birmingham International Railway Station.

With interest strong, the marketing of Queen Anne House has commenced apace and interested parties can find out more or arrange a viewing via Darby Keye on either 0121 647 3541 or 01675 467 321.

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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Jan 14, 2016
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