£20,297 per annum
||353 sq ft
|Est. service charge
Newly refurbished throughout
Bloomsbury is renowned for containing some of London's finest, historic buildings.
Museum Street is a charming destination situated, a stones throw away from the British Museum.
This well connected location in the heart of London can be accessed via Great Russell to the North or via New Oxford Street and Bloomsbury Way to the South.
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29 Museum Street is centrally located and is within easy walking distance of Holborn, Covent Garden and Tottenham Court Road.
London City 7.8m, London Heathrow 14.7m, London Gatwick 25.7m
London Charing Cross 0.7m, London Euston 0.8m, Farringdon 0.9m
Tottenham Court Road 0.3m, Holborn 0.3m, Russell Square 0.4m
||William Finch Hill in 1855
||Refurbished by Fresson and Tee
A new FRI lease directly from the landlord.
All inspections by arrangement.
Each party to pay their own legal costs
Refurbished office within a Grade II listed building
£20,297 per annum
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