GROUND FLOOR, 9 KENYON STREET, JEWELLERY QUARTER, BIRMINGHAM, B18 6AR
, B18 6AR
Price: Property no longer available.
Size: 1378 sq ft128 sqm Primary Category: Industrial All Categories:
Office, Warehouse, Industrial, Property Ref/Movehut: MH659006 Property Ref/Agent: https:www.masonyoung.co.ukpropertiesground-floor-9-kenyon-street-jewellery-quarter-birmingham-b18-6ar
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The property is located on Kenyon Street, just off Caroline St, in between the famous Jewellery Quarter and the historic St. Pauls Square. The B4100 is located within walking distance and is a main arterial route leading into the City and to Junction 1 of the M5 motorway. There are excellent transport links all located within walking distance.
This property is located inside the Birmingham Clean Air Zone.
The property comprises of a ground floor industrial unit within a two storey industrial property, which is of steel portal frame construction with brick elevations. Internally the premises benefits from wooden flooring, plastered & painted walls & ceilings, three phase electricity, wall mounted electric heaters, fluorescent strip lighting, alarm, a kitchenette and WC facilities. Externally there is a manual roller shutter to the front.
Energy Performance Certificate:
Details available upon request.
We are advised all main services are connected to include mains gas, water and three phase electricity.
Mason Young Property Consultants has not checked and does not accept responsibility for any of the services within this property and would suggest that any in-going tenant or occupier satisfies themselves in this regard.
Interested parties should contact Birmingham City Council Planning Department on .
Tenure / Price:
The property is available at a rent of £12,000 per annum exclusive, subject to contract. Terms to be agreed.
The property is currently listed within the 2017 rating listing as have a rateable value of £5,400.00. Rates payable will be in the region of £2,694.60 per annum. The property may be allegeable for small business rates relief.
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Birmingham City Council on .
We understand that the property is not elected for VAT.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during this transaction.