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59b Stramongate, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4BH

To Let

  • Office
  • To Rent Price on application
  • Size 1,917 sq ft (178.09 sq m)
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Key Features
  • Parking spaces
  • Close to town centre
The property comprises self-contained offices at first floor level with a dedicated ground floor entrance leading from Stramongate. The first floor comprises predominantly open-plan office accommodation, but includes good quality glazed partitions providing separate offices, meeting room and board room. There is a kitchen area with single drainer stainless steel sink unit, wall and base units together with an adjoining staff break-out room. There are shared ladies & gents' facilities at first floor level. Included within the letting are 6 No. demised and marked car parking spaces (with the ability to park some additional vehicles on site by tandem parking).

Please note, desks, workstations and office equipment can be included if required - further details are available on request.
Kendal is an attractive market town situated in South Cumbria on the fringe of the Lake District National Park and known as the Gateway to the Lakes. The town which has a resident population of approximately 40,000 draws on a much wider catchment incorporating surrounding towns and villages. Kendal is a popular market town and tourist destination throughout the year
The property is available to let on the basis of a new 3-year lease or longer subject to 3-yearly rent reviews and subject to a service charge to include maintenance of common parts of the building. The lease is to be drawn on a full repairing and insuring basis.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Peill & Company, tel 01539 888 000 (Simon Adams dealing), for viewings
Clare Browne
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