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15 GREAT GEORGE STREET – FREEHOLD


An attractive period building of 2,300 sq ft with rear garden. Fitted as dental clinic/ offices and would suit residential.


FOR SALE


PORTLAND SQUARE CENTRAL BRISTOL


Fine period offices with ancillary residential flat.


Various sizes from 865 sq ft to 4,114 sq ft. Flexible leases/may sell


CLIFTON QUEENS AVENUE


6,014 sq ft modern open plan office suite with 4 car spaces.


TO LET - £16 per sq ft


BRISTOL CITY CENTRE – FOR SALE/TO LET


A substantial property of 3,200 sq ft net. Fitted as a clinic/ offices & would suit conversion to three 4 bed student flats & café/retail.


Offers invited


KINGS PARADE MEWS CLIFTON


Superb mews offices – contemporary studio style – with 4 car spaces.


2,100 sq ft – New lease


ALMONDSBURY BUSINESS PARK – M4/M5 JUNCTION


High quality modern office suite.


1,733 sq ft (164. sq m) fully refurbished.


Only £10 per sq ft. CLIFTON VILLAGE SHOP


A large shop of 675 sq ft (60.4 sq m) to let on flexible lease terms at £17,000 per annum, exclusive.


WHITELADIES ROAD – SHOP


RETAIL UNIT of 1,125 sq ft prominent established pitch – ALSO suit A2 use


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• Acquisitions advice • Development advice


Julian Cook Jayne Rixon Andrew Oliver David Ball • Lettings


• Rent reviews • Investment


• Landlord & tenant


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