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Lee Valley Estates Ltd Office Space in Town Hall Approach Road Tottenham | N15 | Ref 13321

From 600 per person / per month

About the space

A lavish Victorian Grade II listed property – once Tottenham Town Hall - in bustling North London; this office space on Town Hall Approach Road is the model of 19th century opulence, with a mosaicked reception and vaulted conference space with intricate detailing. The property benefits from an abundance of space and light with individual spaces available to suit requirements of 100-597 sq ft, and a maximum capacity of 3,000 sq ft.

Facilities at this serviced office space include; access to comfortable communal areas; disabled access; alarmed or manned security; high-speed internet; office cleaning service; bike racks; business and accountancy services; on-site management and staff; ergonomic furnishings; 24 hour access and a comprehensive IT and communications infrastructure.

The office is situated only a few minutes’ walk from Seven Sisters station, with access to the Victoria line and National Rail services. Both the M1 and M25 are just a short drive away providing complete access around the Capital and to conurbations north of the city. The site is serviced by a number of bus and cycle routes, as well as quick access to Heathrow Airport via the motorway network.

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