14 Red Lion Square comprises a mid-terraced Grade II listed Georgiantownhouse built by Nicholas Barbon in 1686.
The property provides office accommodation arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors. The building is accessed directly from Red Lion Square with a spacious entrance hall leading to the common areas.
All floors provide a blend of office accommodation benefitting from good natural light, views over the square and generous floor-to-ceiling heights throughout.
The accommodation currently benefits from the following specification;
• Period Features
• Kitchenette facilities
• Male & female WC’s
• Shower facilities
• Rear terrace (1st ﬂoor)
• Self-contained access to the lower ground ﬂoor
• Storage vault