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23 Jacob Street & 67 George Row, London, SE1
  • 2896 Sq Ft / 269.05 Sq M

The property comprises a character office situated within this classic Victorian warehouse conversion. Arranged as a large open plan area, a showroom and a private board room on the ground floor. This fully fitted modern office is held under two titles (23 Jacob Street SE1 and 67 George Row SE16).

23 Jacob Street dates back to 1890 and was first occupied by a car repair workshop. The space was renovated in 1988 and is primarily open plan with a partitioned mezzanine meeting room / office space. There is natural light into the unit through gridded windows, with a mixture of artificial lighting provided by a combination of strip, LED and pendant lighting. The units have a variety of flooring being carpet, vinyl and wood. This unit is also equipped with perimeter trunking, partitioned kitchenette, lower ground male and female WCs.

67 George Row is a Grade II listed building abutting 23 Jacob Street. The building from the outset was occupied by a cooper, making wooden barrels with a sail maker on the first floor; the building used to have a large void between the floors to enable construction of the sails. The office has been partitioned off into two separate parts, one currently used as a show room/meeting room and the other as an office. The unit has an abundance of natural light provided by triple aspect windows. There are facilities in place to create separate toilets for the unit.

23 Jacob Street & 67 George Row, London, SE1
23 Jacob Street & 67 George Row, London, SE1

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