The Old Malthouse is a very substantial stone building with a modern west entrance serving the two upper suites of offices. The glazed entrance wide stairs, with a security shutter, lead to Level 6. The accommodation was open plan when refurbished in the late 1980s but has since been divided to private office and studio space.
Internal stairs at both ends lead up to Level 7. This has been partitioned to create 3 office rooms at the west end and a conference room and store at the east end. Between is the Gallery Area which looks down over the studio below.
The premises also benefits from 4 WCs, a kitchen and store. As well as a gated parking area which has room for 3 cars when the gates are open.
Part open plan split level office and studio space
Long leasehold for sale
Possible residential conversion
The property is not Listed but is within a Conservation area.
The use within the lease is currently offices but the landlord cannot unreasonably withhold their consent for a change of use.
The building has an EPC rating of: 113 in Band E.
The city of Bath is accessed via the national motorway network at Junction 18 of the M4 and the A46 southbound respectively, thus providing good commuter routes to the South West, South Wales and the West Midlands.
The city of Bristol is situated approximately 12 miles north west of Bath and can be accessed via the main A4 highway which ultimately links Bath with Bristol.
The Old Malthouse is in an elevated position on a quiet street yet close to the London Road. Vehicular access from London Road is via Thomas Street into Clarence Street, or from the west by Margaret's Hill into Pera Road. There is some on street parking in the surrounding roads and the city centre is within 10 minutes' walk.