It was built during Bristol’s Georgian heyday following the construction of Queen Square in 1702, at which time it was the second city of England.  

It is one of a pair of elegant buildings commissioned by wealthy timber merchant John Hobbs who wanted a residence alongside his business activities and one to match his new status.  The architect was John Strahan of Bath.
 
James Preece of Colliers International, who is marketing the 2,277 sq ft (212 sq m) of offices, said: “This prestigious property is right in the heart of things, in the stylish and hugely popular Queen Square area.  It is period-style office accommodation, but with excellent light-filled interiors just steps from the historic waterside.  It has a private courtyard garden to the rear, bicycle storage, kitchen and shower facilities.”
 
The office is available to let as a whole at £29,500 per annum exclusive and is in easy walking distance of Temple Meads station and Broadmead and Cabot Circus shopping centres. The M32, M4 and M5 motorway network is easily accessed by the inner circuit ring road.
 
For further details contact James Preece at Colliers International on 0117 917 2047.