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Businesses with grand ambition are spoilt for choice this month with two impressive Grade II listed properties in Cambridgeshire newly available on the market, announces St Neots Chartered Surveying and Planning practice Barford + Co.

Both Brook House in St Neots and Wykeham House in Huntingdon are beautiful period properties, suiting companies seeking a prestigious business space, with scope for a range of uses including conversion to residential.

Brook House is a 16th Century property located on Brook Street on the edge of town, just a one-minute walk from the High Street and Market Square. The property has ample car parking to the rear and side of the property with approximately 18 spaces, and a net floor area of 3,745 sq ft plus a basement.

A three storey building with considerable character, the property has been recently refurbished and would be an ideal medical practice, or office building. There are 15 rooms together with an impressive entrance hall, staircases and basement area.

Wykeham House is an imposing 18th Century building in a prominent position in Huntingdon Town Centre. It has a floor area of 2,230 sq ft with accommodation arranged over three storeys including office space on the ground and first floors and storage on the second floor.

It has considerable potential for a range of uses, including a café/bar or restaurant due to its town centre position, and is available either freehold or leasehold either as a whole or on a floor by floor basis. Additionally, plans are available which show how the building may be converted to seven apartments.

Howard Westgate is Associated Director at Barford + Co, he said: “Brook House and Wykeham House are both extremely impressive period properties in two historic Cambridgeshire towns, with both properties offering scope for a range of uses.

“Brook House would make ideal premises for a doctor’s surgery, with plenty of car parking for patients, whilst Wykeham House would be fantastic converted to a restaurant or café. Equally, both properties have scope for residential conversion and could be imposing grand designs for anyone keen to take on such a project. However, with buildings of this grandeur, we expect considerable interest from parties seeking to continue the current uses as offices.

“Viewing of both properties is highly recommended to appreciate the period features and this can be arranged by contacting me on 01480 213811.”

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