Grade II listed office building sold in Leicester City Centre

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Andrew + Ashwell has sold Berkeley House, a Grade II listed office premises located in the heart of Leicester City Centre.

The 14,722 square foot property, renowned for its architectural significance and close proximity to Leicester Railway Station, has been acquired by CECOS Capital Ltd, reflecting continued confidence in Leicester’s commercial property market.

The property is an example of Leicester’s rich architectural heritage. Designed by Percy Herbert Grundy, a Leicester architect, who originally configured the property for Goddard’s Silver Plate Powder and Polish firm, the property is an impressive example of art deco design which boasts a number of ornate features, including large span curtain walling, crittall lights and expansive internal ceiling lights.

Despite its historical significance and original construction as a factory, the building has offered a mixture of open-plan and cellular office accommodation for some years and will continue in this vein with its new owner.

CECOS Capital Ltd, the new owner, is excited to integrate this iconic building into their portfolio. Jawad Tanveer, Director, said: “We are delighted to acquire such a distinguished property in Leicester City Centre.

“This building not only represents a significant investment opportunity for our business but also aligns with our vision of preserving

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