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Edwardian building on the market

Bond Wolfe - which is already celebrating a record first half to the year - has now been instructed to sell a substantial freehold Edwardian office building in Hall Green and is seeking offers over £2,950,000.

James Mattin, managing director agency at Bond Wolfe, said: “Cambrai Court at 1229-1235 Stratford Road is a distinctive building and as an investment it offers numerous possibilities for any would-be buyer.”

The property currently operates as a large multi-let office complex across five buildings but would lend itself to a variety of configurations.

It totals approximately 10,259 sq ft on 0.55 acres, and each of the properties has an individual entrance with on-site car parking for a total of 39 vehicles to the front and rear of the property.

Mr Mattin added: “Cambrai Court is currently part-let, with over 75% occupied producing £260,958 per annum, with the potential for £339,162 once fully let.

“There is also the added potential of further developing the site to the rear, so there really are plenty of options with this investment opportunity. It has huge scope for rental growth and owner occupier possibilities.”

Tenants of the five buildings also have access to a refurbished 12 person boardroom with wi-fi access and Cambrai Court has a range of office suite sizes, offering options for a wide variety of businesses.