Little King Street 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. There are two individual offices on the ground, first and second floors, there is also a further room with natural light situated on the lower ground level. All offices have use of shared kitchen/breakout facility.
There is plenty of public parking nearby and the building has easy access to major motorway networks M4, M5 & M32. Local amenities include restaurants, traditional pubs, bars, cafés and a number of beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces.
Bristol Temple Meads (0.9 mi)
Bedminster (1.3 mi)
Clifton Down (1.8 mi)