The most expensive commercial properties.

Posted on 24 June, 2020 by Editor in Chief

The team at have been looking at some of our favourite landmarks in the UK and identified some of the most expensive commercial properties on the market that have a view of them.   

Big Ben – Westminister, SW1. £55,000 PCM  

The citizens of London have been taking their time from Big Ben since 1859 and if you want a property with a view of the tower you will you probably won’t have any spare change for a wall clock so you’ll undoubtedly need those bells to tell you the time!  

For £55,000 PCM, you will be able to rent a 17th Century property in the heart of Westminster. Along with a prestigious office address, you are a short walk from Buckingham Place and local underground stations. You will be able to meet your clients among some of the best bars and restaurants in the capital.   

Big Ben. Source GETTY Images
Tower of London – London, SE1. £20,000 PCM 

Home of the crown jewels. It is no doubt that the Tower of London is one of the most popular tourist destinations.   

With 1000 years of history within its white limestone walls, the Tower of London has recorded nearly 400 executions; however, historians believe that more were carried out.   

For £20,000 PCM  you will be able to rent a property ideal for freelancers, or a small-sized company looking for a bright and airy workplace.   

The property is in a buzzing area full of fantastic eateries in the Flat Iron Square. It is within walking distance to the Southbank, Borough Market and London Bridge offering easy access into the city.  

Edinburgh Castle – Edinburgh, EH3. £90,000 PA 

Home to monarchs across the centuries, Edinburgh Castle is now a popular tourist destination. It’s undoubtedly experiencing it’s quietest period in history at the moment. From grand palace balls to being used as a prison for 100 years, it indeed has shown its versatility.  

Nowadays, the most famous event at the castle is the popular New Years Eve fireworks that attract visitors all around the world.  

For £90,000 per annum, you will be able to rent a traditional Category A listed sandstone building. With five stories, the property is ideal for any medium-sized business wanting to relocate with a fantastic view of Edinburgh Castle.   

The surrounding area provides a wide variety of city centre amenities with many of the city’s best bars, restaurants and cafes within the immediate vicinity.   

Edinburgh Castle. Source GETTY Images
Blackpool Tower – Blackpool, FY1. £360,000  

When you think of a British summer holiday, there is nothing more iconic than the long beaches of Blackpool. Donkey rides, ice creams, beach windbreakers struggling to do their job and of course Blackpool Tower.  

At a sale price of £360,000, you can see Blackpool Tower all day long and flood your social media feeds with the impression you are enjoying a permanent vacation!  

The property is close to all bank and transport links with parking available immediately to the front of the property on Wood Street.  

Lake District – National Park, CA12. £699,995  

Not technically a landmark, however we could not leave the Lake District out of this list.   

The national park known for its lakes, rugged hills and mountains, numerous walking trails and historical landmarks, it is a popular vacation destination. The area has several market towns such as Kendal, Ambleside, Keswick and Bowness-On-Windermere on the scenic Windermere lake, which measures at 10.5 miles long, one mile wide and 220 feet deep. It is the largest natural lake in England. The towns consist of traditional inns and pubs.   

With £699,995 you will be able to purchase a traditional guest house which is near the popular village of Braithwaite.   

Cardiff Castle – Cardiff, CF10. £70,000 PA 

Cardiff Castle located in the city centre is a medieval castle. It was built in late 11th century by Norman invaders having been built on top of a 3rd century Roman Fort. It isn believed that the castle was either commissioned by William the Conqueror or by Robert Fitzhamon.   

The city on average attracts over 10 million tourists annually, with the castle being the main attraction.   

The property is situated on Churchill Way in the heart of Cardiff city centre, an ideal location for a retail unit.   

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