Old station offices just the ticket for greenest transport credentials

Office space at the former railway station in Bristol’s exclusive Stoke Bishop district is being marketed by Colliers International.

The Old Station in Sea Mills Lane offers a unique range of office space from 665 to 1,556 square feet – complete with its own platform!

Colliers International offices specialist Richard Wright said the unique premises were just a fifteen minute drive from the city centre in one of Bristol’s most sought-after addresses.

He said: “We have been instructed by the landlord to market the ground and lower ground space. The unique selling point is the fact that the building adjoins the Temple Meads to Severn Beach railway line so has some of the greenest transport credentials on the market. It’s ideal for businesses seeking an unusual and classy address with ultra-convenient public transport connections.”

Occupying a quite exceptional location, the Old Station is  within a five minute drive of junction 18A of the M5.

It is set in a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking the River Avon and fronts on to the main rail line with hourly services into Temple Meads (20 minutes) via Clifton (four minutes).

Richard Wright said: “The property is an impressive Victorian office building which would suit a business looking for a quirky and convenient base close enough to the city centre without having to deal with the traffic.”

The specification includes a mixture of gas fired central heating and wall mounted electric heaters, carpeting throughout, and kitchen & WC facilities.

The offices provide a mixture of open plan and cellular accommodation.