The subject property comprises a mid-terrace four storey over basement Georgian office building of traditional construction with a predominantly yellow brick outer leaf, and a part sand/cement render to the rear basement floor.
The building predominantly features single glaze timber frame sliding sash windows with decorative window boxes at first and second floor level to the front façade. The property is primarily accessed from street level via a number of stone steps and a timber doorway with decorative period fanlight and Doric stone columns. Secondary access is also provided via a flight of steps leading down to the basement from street level.
Internally, the property is currently occupied by Champlain College and is in an educational use with the accommodation laid out to provide for classrooms, offices, and ancillary services.
In general, the accommodation has ceramic tile floors at basement level with suspended timber floors covered in carpet to the upper floors. Walls throughout are generally smooth plastered and painted, while artificial illumination consists of a variety of ceiling mounted light fixtures, some suspended chandeliers and suspended fluorescent strip tubing.
The building was refurbished in circa 2008 and the accommodation is well laid out and features good floor to ceiling height at basement (floor lowered), ground and first floor level. The accommodation offers a number of attractive Georgian period features including fireplaces, ornate doors and timber surrounds, and cornicing with centre roses and decorative coving. Kitchenette or tea station facilities are provided at basement and third floor levels and incorporate a basic range of modern cupboard units and stainles ...