Over 16,000sf of finished office for sale. Located on the northeast corner of Queens Avenue and Colborne. 400 Queens Avenue is a Queen Anne Styled Mansion, built in 1909 and maintains many of its architectural features including stained glass, transoms, elegant wood trim, preserved tiled fireplaces. The 2 1/2 storey sister houses at 408-410 Queens were built in 1907 and have exposed brick walls with the high ceilinged finished offices. 2015-2016 improvements include newer carpeting, doors, electric and paint throughout much of building. Both buildings have been very well maintained including new roof tiles in 2013. Above grade square footage is estimated at 12,237sf. Buildings are attached via a two storey breezeway. 25 on-site parking including City of London Boulevard parking. Zoning permits Residential and Commercial use.
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