A period property full of historic character has been brought to the lettings market by Swindon-based commercial property agent Kilpatrick & Co.
The 580 sq ft unit at 6 The Courtyard, just off Hungerford High Street – which can be occupied for office or retail use – has exposed beams, timber flooring and display windows to two sides.
It is available on a new flexible lease from the landlord at an asking rent of £13,750 per annum exclusive.
It will be available from January 2021 following the relocation of Nina Clark letting agents, which is moving to new premises.
Daniel Pitt of Kilpatrick & Co, which manages The Courtyard precinct for the landlord said: “ We are sorry to lose Nina Clark as they have been great tenants over the past three years and we wish them well on their move to a new home.
"Hopefully, someone else will be able to be equally successful trading from this property.”
Kilpatrick & Co has just concluded a letting on Unit 7 The Courtyard, Hungerford to Taylor Maritime, which has taken over the unit last occupied by Jills Laundry.
Andrew Kilpatrick of Kilpatrick & Co said: "We are pleased to have concluded another office letting in Hungerford, following on from our success in letting 127 High Street Hungerford to Sunley Events in December.
"The only property we have left to market in West Berks is a serviced office at East Garston – so new instructions are urgently needed to replenish our stocks.
"Anyone with surplus property to sell or let is invited to contact Kilpatrick & Co to commission a free marketing report."