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Cubitt Street, London, UK
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32 Cubitt Street,

King's Cross
sq ft. 5,658 - 5,658
PricePrice on application
Description

Cubitt Street is located off Frederick Street and is parallel to Kings Cross Road and Grays Inn Road. Cubitt Street is in the Kings Cross district, within the London Borough of Camden, to the north of the Clerkenwell area. The property is around 0.4 miles from the Kings Cross, Kings Cross Thameslink and Kings Cross St Pancras stations providing various underground (Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria lines) and national rail lines.

Location

The subject property is a substantial, detached, freehold building, set out over three floors (basement, ground and mezzanine), which is west facing and with external fire escape access down both sides and a small courtyard to the rear.

This is a Grade II listed building, originally built as Baptist Chapel, in the late 1800s which is now a versatile community space for multi-purpose events, offices and meeting hire benefitting from three private meeting rooms, large open-plan kitchen  and music recording studio

We understand that the building benefits from D1 non-residential institution use class under the Town & Country Planning Act 1987. The property is currently occupied entirely by one tenant, on an IRI lease, until 28th February 2022 at a rent of £80,000 per annum. The lease includes a tenant only break clause on 28th March 2021, subject to 3 months prior written notice. The lease is contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

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David Simnock
Associate Surveyor
0207 284 9050

The subject property is a substantial, detached, freehold building, set out over three floors (basement, ground and mezzanine), which is west facing and with external fire escape access down both sides and a small courtyard to the rear.

This is a Grade II listed building, originally built as Baptist Chapel, in the late 1800s which is now a versatile community space for multi-purpose events, offices and meeting hire benefitting from three private meeting rooms, large open-plan kitchen  and music recording studio

We understand that the building benefits from D1 non-residential institution use class under the Town & Country Planning Act 1987. The property is currently occupied entirely by one tenant, on an IRI lease, until 28th February 2022 at a rent of £80,000 per annum. The lease includes a tenant only break clause on 28th March 2021, subject to 3 months prior written notice. The lease is contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

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    The subject property is a substantial, detached, freehold building, set out over three floors (basement, ground and mezzanine), which is west facing and with external fire escape access down both sides and a small courtyard to the rear.

    This is a Grade II listed building, originally built as Baptist Chapel, in the late 1800s which is now a versatile community space for multi-purpose events, offices and meeting hire benefitting from three private meeting rooms, large open-plan kitchen  and music recording studio

    We understand that the building benefits from D1 non-residential institution use class under the Town & Country Planning Act 1987. The property is currently occupied entirely by one tenant, on an IRI lease, until 28th February 2022 at a rent of £80,000 per annum. The lease includes a tenant only break clause on 28th March 2021, subject to 3 months prior written notice. The lease is contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

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