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Homes conversion plan for Sudbury offices

PUBLISHED: 10:55 23 July 2018

Sulby House, Sudbury has been sold for more than £1.75m and the new owners plan to covert the offices into luxury apartments.

Sulby House, Sudbury has been sold for more than £1.75m and the new owners plan to covert the offices into luxury apartments.

Fenn Wright

A landmark office building in a prominent location in Sudbury has been sold by commercial agents Fenn Wright to an Ealing-based property developer for more than £1.75m.

Sulby House is the largest purpose-built office in the historic market town.

The accommodation extends to almost 32,000 sq ft across four floors and comes with parking space for 44 vehicles.

Originally developed and occupied by Sudbury based businessman Gordon Parker, who operated John Hilary Travel from Sulby House, it became home to leading Sudbury employer Prolog, in the mid 1990’s.

Following the recent relocation of their office function to Northern Road, Sudbury, Prolog concluded the sale of Sulby House at the end of June 2018.

Lewis Chambers, partner at Fenn Wright said that demand for Sulby House had been high with more than 10 offers being received.

He said: “The purchaser, with an offer in excess of the £1.75m guide price has a proven track record for delivering high quality conversions of similar buildings, and has exciting plans for the redevelopment which will offer up to 39 high specification one and two bedroomed apartments.”


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