Wednesday, March 16, 2016 By Phil Graves
Graves Jenkins is pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to acquire a 3,498 sq ft (325m2) Grade II listed building, within an impressive terrace in central Hove.
Forming the central section of an exclusive terrace overlooking the Floral Clock at Palmeira Square, this mansion building has retained many of it’s original features. Originally thought to have been built mid 19th century by father and son Jabez Reynolds, Junior and Senior.
In recent decades it has been utilised as prestige office accommodation and covers ground, lower ground and four upper floors.
“It really is an impressive piece of architecture and whoever ends up acquiring the building will own a trophy building. To do justice to the instruction, we are seeking best bids by way of informal tender and an inspection is a must for any interested party,” commented Phil Graves.
Offers are invited on a guide price of £800,000 for the freehold interest with full vacant possession.
Various Open Days have been organised and the Informal Tender Date is scheduled for Monday 11th April 2016. For a full information pack, plans and details look up the property at www.gravesjenkins.com or call 01273 701070.