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Trio of offices comes to Marlborough lettings market with Huw Thomas Commercial

A trio of historic buildings in the centre of Marlborough have come to the lettings market with Huw Thomas Commercial.

Wagon Yard is a group of early 19th century stables and cart sheds that sit just behind London Road, the former trade and coaching route between Bristol and the capital.

The buildings are owned by Wiltshire Council and have been converted to employment use.

The largest is Unit C (pictured) a two storey, end of terrace unit extending to 979 sq ft, which has been fitted out internally as office space, but could be used for other uses such as treatment rooms or light manufacturing.

The unit comes with two parking spaces and the asking rent is £17,000 PA.

Across the yard is Unit B2, a mid terrace unit extending to 429 sq ft, which has been fitted out internally as office space, but could be used for other uses such as a studio or treatment rooms.

The unit comes with a single parking Space and the asking rent is £6,750 PA.

Finally, Unit E is a ground floor, open plan corner unit extending to 519 sq ft, which has has potential for a variety of uses including workshop, studio or treatment rooms.

The unit comes with a single parking space and has an asking rent of £6,500 PA.

The new tenants will find themselves part of a community of micro-businesses including the renowned Wagon Yard Artists, a collective of professional painters, ceramists, and illustrators who have been trading from the yard since 1998.