Investment Sale Completed for The Limes, Ampthill
Brown & Lee is proud to confirm the completion of an investment sale of The Limes, Dunstable Street Ampthill, which is a prominent, listed office building of 12,000 sq ft plus 26 freehold apartments to the rear.
The Limes is a historic, landmark building in Ampthill. It was designed by renowned architect and former Ampthill resident Professor Sir Albert Richardson, who’s other accomplishments include the Manchester Opera House and the Prince of Wales’s Duchy of Cornwall Estate.
The Limes is a Grade II listed building, comprising of high-quality refurbished office spaces across three self-contained units, and 26 apartments to the rear that are all held on long ground leases.
Office 1 is let to Acentic, an international integrator of hospitality technologies for the world’s leading hotel chains.
Office 3 is occupied by Petrogas, a privately owned company and Ireland’s largest independent forecourt retailer, who is rapidly expanding its UK operations.
Remaining vacant is Office 2, which the new owner plans to divide into smaller suites from around 800 sq ft, to more accurately reflect the rental demand in Ampthill.
This location will be an attractive option for occupiers who appreciate a high-quality environment and great architectural design.
Ampthill itself is an attractive Georgian market-town that is rich in history, with a busy high street, a good range of pubs and restaurant and many local facilities including a Waitrose supermarket.
For more information, please contact:
Richard Last, Brown & Lee