64 West Street
64 West Street, Havant
Size: 1,755 sq ft
For: Rent & Purchase
Office Premises to For Sale or To Rent in Havant
64 West Street is located on the corner of West Street and Park Road North, benefiting from a prominent main road position within Havant town centre. The property benefits from excellent access to the A27, which in turn provides easy access to the M27 and A3(M) and there are excellent rail links to London from the main line railway station at Havant, with various public transport bus stops nearby.
The property comprises a three-storey semi-detached office building, which is cellular in layout. The premises has recently been redecorated and other benefits include gas central heating, carpeting throughout, reception area and WC facilities to the ground floor, and a kitchen on the third floor.
There is a public car nearby and we understand there is potential to rent spaces direct with the Council. There is also on-street parking nearby.
The building may suit alternative uses, subject to planning, and prospective purchasers/tenants should make their own enquiries.
Alternatively, the building could have a residential change of use.
- Potential alternative uses - subject to planning
- Possible change of use to residential
- Main road frontage
- Easy access to M27 and A3(M)
- Town centre location
- Recently redecorated
- Carpeting throughout
- Recention area
- Kitchen facilities
- WC facilities
- No VAT payable
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