- Newly refurbished and restored
- New VRF air conditioning throughout
- New LED lighting
- New oak parquet/herringbone wood flooring with floor boxes
- New kitchenettes on each floor
- Excellent floor to ceiling height
- Elegant period and contemporary features
- Manned reception
- Comms racks on each floor with fibre installed in the building
- 11 person passenger lift
This stunning period building has been elegantly refurbished and restored to provide grade A period office space benefiting from uninterrupted views across the River Thames. Once the home to JM Barrie whilst he wrote Peter Pan, 3 Robert Street is steeped in history and grandeur. Each floor benefits excellent natural light, beautiful parquet/herringbone wood flooring, new VRF air conditioning, new lighting and excellent floor to ceiling heights, fully cabled and fibre installed.
This prominent period building is located on the west side of Robert Street, which runs south from the Strand to Victoria Embankment Gardens. The building is situated between Covent Garden and the River Thames offering access to some of London's most renowned restaurants, bars and cafes. Charing Cross Station (Overground, Northern & Bakerloo Lines) and Embankment station (Northern, Bakerloo, District & Circle Lines) are within easy walking distance with Waterloo Station (Bakerloo, Norther, Jubilee and mainline trains) a short walk over the Thames.
|Lease||A new lease(s) direct from the freeholder|
|Rent||£79.50 psf pax|
|Rates||Estimated at £21.20 psf pa (2020/21)|
|Service Charge||£15.30 psf pax|
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