22 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B1 3HE

Retail to let: 22 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B1 3HE 

For rent £20,000 per annum
1,228 sq ft
~ 1 month ago. Mason Young
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Rent
£20,000 per annum
Property type
Retail to rent
Size
1,228 sq ft
Features
Air conditioning, Transport

The property is situated on Frederick Street, close to its junction with Regent Street and is within close proximity to the Chamberlain Clock, the heart of the Jewellery Quarter.  It is situated only a short walk from all major public transport links and local amenities including high street banks, post office and Tesco Express store.
The premises are a three-storey building of brick-built construction surmounted by a pitched roof with slate covering.  The available accommodation is on the ground floor & basement and internally benefits from parquet flooring, plaster and painted walls, CAT II lighting, radiators, air conditioning, power points and WC facilities.  The basement features a secure walk-in vault.
The property is currently listed within the 2015 rating listing as have a rateable value of £8,900.  Rates payable will be in the region of £4,263.10 per annum.

National rail 0.5m Jewellery Quarter
Nearest airport 11.6m Birmingham

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