The Auction House, 63A George Street, Edinburgh
225 sq m / 2,420 sq ft
High Quality City Centre Space
Located on George Street the building is a handsome traditional building benefiting from a prominent entrance, striking feature reception and attractive outlook overlooking George Street at the front, and the Forth and Fife from the rear.
Formerly occupied by Bonhams, 63A George Street underwent an impressive refurbishment programme in 2008 to create The Auction House, a contemporary office building offering good quality, open plan suites, within central Edinburgh.
While providing generally flexible, open plan suites, many of the original period features have been restored and retained, creating uniquely contemporary modern and practical offices, with high quality finishes throughout. Xodus, Malcolm Hollis and Precedent have already chosen The Auction House as their Edinburgh office.
As part of the high quality refurbishment the space benefits from:
• Secure video entry system
• Lift access
• PIR LG7 compliant lighting
• Floor boxes throughout
• Male and female WCs on each floor
• Separate gas boiler for each suite
• Disabled WC and separate shower facility
• Fitted with tea-prep and meeting room
• Cat 5e structured network cabling
• EPC rating of F+
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