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    The Maltings, Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire

    Office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 1.89 acres
    • Grade II
    • Printing
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport
    • Tube service

    Savills are pleased to bring this exceptional development opportunity to the market, which we trust will be of interest to you., The site is located in Amersham, which is a market town and civil parish within Chiltern District, Buckinghamshire and falls within the district of Old Amersham., The area includes a population of approximately 14,384 inhabitants (2011 Census). Old Amersham offers a range of amenities including a number of churches, secondary and first schools, swimming clubs, Amersham Town Football Club, Cricket club, a range of local and chain retail outlets, restaurants and pubs., Nearby key settlements include High Wycombe 13.3 km (8.3 miles) to the south west, Watford 21 km (13.1 miles) to the east, Aylesbury 24.7 km (15.4 miles) to the north east and London 44.7 km (27.8 miles) to the south east. All of these settlements provide sources of employment, retail and leisure facilities., Amersham is situated within good proximity to major road links including Junction 2 of the M40, 10.1km (6.3 miles) to the south west and Junction 18 of the M25 10.4km (6.5 miles) to the south east. The nearest train station is situated at Amersham 1.5km (0.9 miles) to the north of the east of the site which provides journey times on the Chiltern Line into London Marylebone from 35 minutes. The station also provides services into London via the London Underground Metropolitan line., Total area approximately 1.89 acres (0.76 ha), Freehold sale with vacant possession, GIA of existing buildings approximately 3,800 sq m / 41,850 sq ft, Includes grade II listed buildings and old printworks facility, Pre-application response obtained from Chiltern District Council, Potential for development and conversion subject to the normal consents, Unconditional or subject to planning offers invited, The property is located off School Lane and Pondwicks with Amersham High Street to the south, Barn Meadow recreation to the west and north, and existing residential dwellings to the north and east. The Maltings has a rich history with the site taking on many uses including use as part of Weller Brewery which closed in 1929. The conveyance of 1933 detailed the site as a leisure centre with a swimming pool however these plans never materialised. The former brewery was redundant for a short period of time and subsequently used as a fabric printing business known as Amersham Prints. The site itself is made up of a mixture of buildings including brick and flint construction and outbuildings featuring timber cladding. There are 12 buildings on the site some of which are directly connected. There is a mix of one and two storey buildings largely featuring pitched roofs

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  2. 25 High Street, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 2AG

    Office for sale

    • £595,000
    • 2,637 sq ft 24 people
    • Kitchen
    • Open plan
    • Reception
    • Telephone system
    • Train transport

    Freehold Regency Office Building
    • Potential for Residential Conversion (Subject to Planning)
    • Of Interest to Developers, Investors, and Owner Occupiers
    • Town Centre Location
    • A Mixture of Open Plan and Cellular Accommodation
    • Male & Female Toilet Facilities
    • Shared Kitchen Facilities
    • Within a Short Walk of High Wycombe's Mainline Railway Station

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  3. Handy Cross Hub, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 1TJ

    Office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 1.43 hectares
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Grade A
    • Gym
    • Office space

    High Wycombe is an affluent market town located between junctions 3 and 4 of the M40. With a population of 214,000 it is strategically located approximately 28 miles north west of London, 32 miles south east of Oxford and only 19 miles from Heathrow airport., Situation, Situated immediately adjacent to Junction 4 of the M40 motorway, the site occupies a prominent location benefiting from strong accessibility., Connectivity, The site is excellently served by the road network, situated on the M40 (Junction 4), with the M25 approximately 11 miles to the East. Running south, the A404 provides a direct route south to the M4 motorway at Junction 8/9, whilst running north it provides direct access to High Wycombe town centre. High Wycombe Station (approximately 1.5 miles) provides five direct services to London Marylebone per hour with a fastest journey time of 23 minutes. Other direct destinations include Birmingham Moor Street, Banbury, Aylesbury, Bicester Village and Oxford Parkway., Development site totalling 3.5 acres (1.43 hectares), Up to 117,000 sq ft (NIA) of new Grade A offices and a 150 bed hotel, Opportunity to acquire a Freehold development site totalling 3.5 acres (1.43 ha), within the Handy Cross Hub business park. The site benefits an outline planning consent to develop up to 117,000 sq ft (NIA) of new Grade A office space and a 150 bedroom hotel. The site is part of an existing mixed use business park development opportunity with outstanding new amenities including a new Waitrose food store, transport hub, and a proposed medicentre.

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  4. The Ralph, Fourth Avenue, Globe Park, Marlow, Buckinghamshire

    Office for sale

    • £6,000,000
    • 25,500 sq ft 236 people
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Refurbished
    • Skyline view
    • Storage

    Veterinary Hospital Investment Opportunity The property, formally an office/warehouse building has been converted to a veterinary hospital extending to approximately 25,500 sq ft. The building is of steel frame construction with external elevations of brick and glazing. Internally the building has been fitted out to the tenant's specification, with an estimated fit out cost of £2.8 million. This is a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary animal specialist veterinary referral hospital in the M4 - M40 corridor. It offers the second largest referral ECC service in the UK alongside key clinical services such as Orthopaedics, Soft Tissue Surgery, Internal Medicine and Neurology & Neurosurgery amongst others. The hospital offers a primary care out-of-hours service to surrounding primary care practices.

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  5. W G House, 2 Cressex Road, High Wycombe HP12 4TY

    Office for sale

    • 3,502 sq ft 32 people
    • Grade II
    • Telephone system
    • Train transport

    WG House is an imposing Grade II Listed building located in a prominent location at the junction of Cressex Road and Marlow Road, close to Junction 4 of the M40 and approximately 1½ miles south of High Wycombe town centre. The M40 provides good access to the M4 (via the A404), M25, Heathrow Airport and Central London. High Wycombe Railway Station serves the Chiltern Line with regular services between London Marylebone and Birmingham.

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    Blacksmiths Lane, Denham, Middlesex, UB9 4HW

    Office for sale

    • £6,500,000
    • 40 acres
    • Exposed bricks
    • Fruit
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Modern

    The Property Listed Grade II being of architectural and historic importance, Denham Mount is a charming Georgian villa built to the designs of the architect Robert Lugar in the early 19th century. Whilst Robert Lugar was regarded as a seriously minded young man he became known as the country gentleman s architect with much of his most important work being carried out in Scotland and Wales. Denham Mount was originally designed for Nathaniel Snell and finished in a colour washed stucco under a hipped Welsh slate roof. Significant alterations were made in the late 19th Century and internally the house now combines light and spacious reception rooms with comfortable bedroom accommodation on the first and second floors. Of particular note is the drawing room, centred on an elegant, carved open fireplace and bay windows with French doors leading onto the veranda. The dining room is perfectly proportioned with a fine Siena marble fireplace and intricately carved cornice work. The Veranda where part of the 1945 film, Blithe Spirit was made provides spectacular views over the gardens and grounds to the lake beyond. More recently the morning room has been added, which adjoins the kitchen and is ideal as an additional entertaining area or alternative dining room. The first and second floors, approached by a fine cantilevered staircase, provide flexible bedroom accommodation, with each of the rooms being generously sized. The Master bedroom enjoys outstanding views over the parkland to the lake whilst the second floor has previously been occupied as a staff flat, it now provides two additional bedrooms, a shower room and second kitchen.

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