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Spicer Street, 4-6 Spicer Street, St Albans, AL3

Serviced Offices From £100 Per Person Per Month POA


An impressive three-storey Victorian office building - Offering an attractive range of quality office suites - All on flexible terms

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Transport

St Albans Abbey Rail Station - 0.53 miles away.

St Albans City Rail Station - 0.65 miles away.

Park Street Rail Station - 1.86 miles away.

How Wood (Herts) Rail Station - 2.40 miles away.

Bricket Wood Rail Station - 3.32 miles away.

The Space

With stained glass windows, Gothic arches and decorative corbels, this centre sits proudly amongst the surrounding St Albans architectural landscape. Although a long-standing property, the building has been kept to a high standard throughout its long life, providing excellent and truly unique office accommodation for small and growing businesses. Office accommodation is available across the three floors of the business centre. Previously part of the neighbouring Abbey National Boys’ School, the building has been divided into 12 individual office suites all on flexible terms. At ground floor level there is an entrance hall, with a small meeting table where visitors are able to wait whilst the rest of the ground floor is subdivided to create 4 individual office suites and toilet facilities. A staircase leads to the upper floors with the first floor comprising 5 individual offices suites, together with a kitchen and toilet. There are 2 separate second floor areas, each approached by it’s own staircase.

Location

This centre is in the shadow of St Albans Cathedral, with superb motorway access to Greater London, within 15 minutes' walk of the railway station and at the heart of all the town centre amenities. The amenities include great places to eat, such as Pizza Express, Wagamama and Starbucks coffee, as well as banks, and shops including Jack Wills and The White Company. The centre is located on the corner junction of Spicer Street and George Street and Fishpool Street, within sight of the City Cathedral and the Abbey Boys school.