43 High Street, Portadown
43 High Street
To Let: Former Bank Building.
The building is a substantial three storey Grade B Listed building of traditional construction with a cut stone façade and pitched slate roof with ground floor extension to the rear which leads to an enclosed concrete yard that benefits from access onto Woodhouse Street via a shared laneway.
The ground floor comprises a former banking hall off which is a private office, storeroom, strong room, staff kitchen, comms room, and WCs, with a former vault and storeroom at lower ground floor level.
The upper floors benefit from a separate entrance off High Street, with lift and stair access from the ground floor entrance lobby. The first floor which is tenanted, provides a mix of open plan and cellular offices which are finished to include plastered/ painted walls, suspended ceilings with recessed fluorescent lighting, carpeted floors, perimeter trunking and is heated by perimeter radiators fed from the central heating system. There is also a kitchen and storeroom on the first floor rear return.
The second floor also provides a mix of open plan and cellular offices with similar finishes to the first floor but with the benefit of air conditioning. There is a staff kitchen on the second floor rear return, whilst the WC facilities are shared between both floors.
Ground Floor - 2,905 sq ft
First Floor - 1,727 sq ft
Second Floor - 1,697 sq ft
The building is available on a single lease or entire floor basis by way of new leases.
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