Characterful office space in city’s commercial heart

Quality office availability in Bristol City Centre is becoming increasingly scarce – especially at the small to medium end of the market.

Which is why Bruton Knowles is expecting keen interest in a landmark, Grade II listed office building on Clare Street within walking distance of the Broadmead and Cabot Circus shopping centres.

Paul Williams from the firm’s Great George Street office said: “17-19 Clare Street is a handsome, Victorian Gothic structure which occupies a prominent position on the junction with St Stephens Avenue, just off The Centre.

“The distinctive facade is constructed of red terracotta stone with Aberdeen Granite and dates back to 1899. It is a Grade II Listed building and still includes a number of period features. It was designed by the renowned Victorian architect, Alfred Waterhouse, whose most famous building is the Natural History Museum in London.”

A total of 1,680 sq ft of space is available on the second and third floors, while the lower floors are occupied by Meridian Business Support.

Paul Williams added: “With easy access to Temple Meads and the M32, the property provides characterful accommodation close to the city’s commercial heart, and is likely to be snapped up in short order by one of the many businesses currently in the market for city centre office space.”