Olympic House provides a high quality multi-let office building occupied by Langleys Solicitors, Savills and Brewin Dolphin, and provides the following:
• Part ground and part first floor open plan suites
• Carpet tiled raised floors with floor boxes
• Suspended ceilings with recessed lighting
• Air conditioning
• Impressive entrance with lift and stair access to first floor
• DDA access
• Common part male and female WCs and shower facility
• 20 car parking spaces allocated with the ground floor and 27 spaces allocated with the first floor
EPC Rating: C63
The property occupies a prominent position fronting Doddington Road within the South West Quarter Business District, widely regarded as Lincoln’s premier commercial land business location. It is situated 3½ miles south west of Lincoln city centre.
The A46 dual carriageway is situated less than 100 metres west of the property and is one of the principal arterial and commuter routes into Lincoln city centre and provides easy access to the A1 and national motorway network.
Having measured the property in accordance with the prevailing RICS property measurement guidance, we calculate that the building has the following floor area:
Ground Floor Suite 535 sq m (5,737 sq ft)
First Floor Suite 614 sq m (6,626 sq ft)
Total NIA: 1,149 sq m (12,363 sq ft)
Suites are available at ground floor from circa 185.8 sq m (2,000 sq ft)
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
We understand that the premises hold appropriate consent for office related uses under Class B1 of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).
The offices are available to let as a whole or individual suites by way of a new effectively Full Repairing and Insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed.
£10 per sq ft per annum exclusive
A service charge will be levied to cover the upkeep, maintenance and repair of all common parts. Buildings insurance will be charged in addition.
VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.
The ingoing tenant is to be responsible for both parties’ reasonable costs incurred in documenting the transaction.