Grade II listed office building in Aldershot brought to market for £775,000

05 December 2016

Savills has been instructed by a private client to sell the freehold with vacant possession of Anglesey House, an impressive Grade II listed building providing 4,099 sq ft (381 sq m) of office space at a guide price of £775,000. The house was originally the home of the Commander of the Cavalry Brigade, part of the first generation of permanent barracks at Aldershot.

The property is located on the Farnborough  Road (A325) just north of Heath End, Aldershot and was restored in 2000, retaining period features. The three storey building is set in landscaped grounds of 1.72 acres (0.70 hectares). There is excellent on-site parking. The house is located within the Thames Basin Heath Special Protection Area, preventing conversion for residential use.

Anglesey House is constructed of yellow stock brick with rubbed brick dressing and features French sash windows and a slate roof. The large office rooms are accessed by a central staircase and landings; enabling the accommodation to be let as a whole, on a room by room  basis or as serviced offices. All rooms benefit from a local area network.  

Tim Longhurst, director in the business space team at Savills Southampton, comments: “This restored period building lends itself to single or multi-office occupancy, with the potential for the conversion to alternative D1 or C2 uses, subject to planning approval.”

Anglesey Lodge, a quality conversion of the former coach house and stable block of circa 2,099 sq ft (195 sq m), located on the western boundary set  in 0.27 acres (0.084 hectares) is also for sale. The property is let to a local day care nursery operator (D1 and B1 (office)  uses) on an unexpired lease of just over eight years at £36,000 pa exc. Further information and the sale price for Anglesey Lodge  will be provided upon request.


Key Contacts

Tim Longhurst

Tim Longhurst

Commercial Agency


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