Situated at the south west corner of Berkeley Square, this first floor office is within walking distance of Green Park underground station providing access to Victoria, Jubilee and Piccadilly lines. The immediate area is served by bus routes on Piccadilly and Berkeley Square. Other nearby underground stations include Oxford Street, Bond Street and Piccadilly Circus.
Berkeley Square Gardens provides a suitable retreat for many office workers with food retailers including itsu, Pret A Manger and Eat, Bars nearby including Fifty9, The Footman, Coach & Horses and Fino’s Wine Cellar, Restaurants including Benares, Park Chinois, and Sexy Fish, and private members clubs including Annabel’s, The Lansdowne Club, The Clermont Club and Morton’s, all located on Berkeley Square. Sainsbury’s supermarket is situated opposite The May Fair Hotel, along Berkeley Street and serves the surrounding area.
Named after John Berkeley, 3rd Baron Berkeley of Stratton, Berkeley Square was originally laid out in the mid 18th century by architect William Kent. Providing cover from the elements are a collection of large London Plane trees, which are among the oldest in central London, planted in 1789, and include London’s highest valued tree worth £750,000.
This first floor office is situated within a listed building which retains many of its original architectural features.
The use class is B1 and tenure is flexible. The office is inclusive of business rates, heating, lighting, electricity bill, water rates and service charge.
Tenants are responsible for their telecommunications, contents insurance and cleaning.
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