Commercial Properties


Queen Anne House, Broadway, Maidenhead
1,165 - 2,875 sq ft  (108 - 267 sq m)

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Property Information

Office


Maidenhead Office

2ND FLOOR, 85 KING STREET, MAIDENHEAD SL6 1DU

Estate Agents in Maidenhead : Page Hardy Harris : 0 Bedroom Office : Queen Anne House, Broadway, Maidenhead : Contact Us01628 439006


Location
Queen Anne House is located in the heart of Maidenhead town centre. Junction 8/9 of the M4 Motorway is approximately 1.5 miles, giving easy access to the motorway network and Heathrow Airport.  Maidenhead Rail Station (Crossrail) is a few minutes walk and provides fast access to London.

Description
Originally a farmhouse, parts of Queen Anne House date to medieval times.  Architectural features have been retained alongside a new extension providing a range of Grade A office suites on the ground,  first and two upper floors.  The premises benefit from a feature atrium, air conditioning, LG7 Lighting, perimeter trunking, full carpeting, passenger lift, basement/comms room and is close to contract parking.

Areas
Ground Floor Suite 2 -  1,165 sq ft
First Floor West  - 1,710 sq ft


EPC
Band E - 102

Terms
Suites are available on new flexible lease terms.

Business Rates
The tenant will be responsible for paying Business Rates on their demise, direct to the Local Authority,

Legal Costs
Each party to pay their own legal costs.

VAT
All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT which may be chargeable.
 
NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.