The Moat House comprises a substantial and impressive Grade II* Listed property built in Circa 1680 by Sir William Wilson (1641-1710), for his own occupation.
The property is arranged over ground, first and second floors with further basement currently used as a cooking school.
The property has been carefully refurbished to a high standard and boasts a number of character features throughout.
Externally a forecourt car parking area provides secure car parking for approximately 12 vehicles with barrier entry off the Lichfield Road.
The Moat House occupies a prominent location fronting Lichfield Road (A5127) on the heart of the affluent Sutton Coldfield.
The premises sit on the entrance to the Sutton Coldfield Campus of B-Met College, immediately opposite the Police Station and adjacent to Mitre Court, a multi occupied office development.
The property is a short walking distance from the town centre and Sutton Coldfield Railway Station which has regular services to Birmingham New Street and Lichfield.
Sutton Coldfield is well located for access to the Midlands Motorway Network including the M42, M6 and M6 Toll.
The property is available to let on a new lease with length to be agreed.
Alternatively, consideration may also be given to a sale of the freehold interest.