Spencer House are occupied by Office Space in Town who operate the building as managed/service offices.
The current desk occupancy at Spencer House is 43.48% comprising 20 tenancies.
This property provides a range of investment or development opportunities
• The opportunity to improve the AWAULT through proactive management.
• Alternative use or conversion STP.
A current tenancy schedule can be made available upon request.
Spencer House is an attractive Georgian property in the heart of Northampton’s business district on Spencer Parade, a short walk from the main retail amenity and restaurants/bars.
The building is Grade II listed having been built sometime between 1836 and 1841 in a “Tudor” style stucco frontage with battlemented parapet above bracketed cornice.
Spencer House benefits from a wealth of period features with hood moulds over doorways and casement windows, central pointed feature arched battlemented porch and a range of internal features which have been protected by the current owners.
Northampton’s town centre and Cultural Quarter have a wide range of amenities including restaurants, pubs, a theatre, cinema, high street shops and one of the fastest growing universities in the country. The town has good access to the motorway network with these properties positioned approximately 4 miles from the M1’s Junction 15 and 2 miles from Northampton Railway Station which provides fast train services to Central London and Birmingham.
Spencer House is located on Spencer Parade which connects to Billing Road and leads into the Town Centre, the property is positioned opposite St Giles Church, adjacent to the Cultural Quarter and is surrounded by a range of commercial and medical users.
Basement - 205.59 sq ft
Ground Floor - 1,572.41 sq ft
First Floor - 778.24 sq ft
Total - 2,556.23 sq ft