First and Second Floors, Tylney House, 23 High Street

Leatherhead, KT22 8AB

2,150 sq ft
For Sale

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Property Type Offices
Tenure For Sale
Size 2,150 sq ft
Business Rates Upon Enquiry
Service Charge Upon Enquiry
Estate Charge Upon Enquiry
Energy Performance Rating This property has been graded as 104 (E)

Key Features

  • Direct Access from the High Street
  • Lift
  • High Ceilings
  • Toilets on both floors


Leatherhead is approximately 18 miles south west of central London at junction 9 of the M25, providing good connections to the motorway network.

The mainline station provides regular, direct services to Waterloo and Victoria, both approximately 45 minutes. Mole Valley have extensive plans for the town centre, under their Transform Leatherhead masterplan.

Tylney House is in a prominent position, adjoining Halifax, Carphone Warehouse and opposite Subway, within the pedestrianised area, with town centre amenities including The Swan Shopping Centre, restaurants, cafes and Nuffield Gym.


The premises comprise a two self-contained office suites totalling just over 2,000 sq ft.
The first floor comprises a large open plan office suite with high ceilings benefiting from a large semi-circular window fronting onto the high street. The second floor benefits from a large skylight and has previously been used as offices/meeting room/storage.
Amenities include a passenger lift, direct access from the high street and toilets on each floor. There is no parking allocated with the premises although parking permit tickets can be obtained from the local authority for the town centre car parks. Also, there is free on-street parking nearby.

First Floor | 971 | Office
| 75 | Toilet
| 25 | Lobby
| 1,070 sq ft | 99.41 sq m

Second Floor


1,080 sq ft
100.33 sq m

The landlord will entertain offers for either floor or indeed the whole building.


For sale by way of a long leasehold interest. Further information from the agent.


The offices and premises have most recently been occupied under a D1 use, however, a B1(a) office consent has recently been granted by Mole Valley District Council. The property is not eligible for conversion to residential under Permitted Development, althought subject to planning residential conversions offers would be considered.