United Kingdom

Bell Court, Stoke House and Leapale House, Guildford

The subject property comprises three buildings, Stoke House, Leapale House and Bell Court.

Stoke House and Leapale House comprise period buildings, constructed in the early 1800’s, of traditional brick construction.

Leapale House is a Grade 2 listed building and is arranged over ground and two upper floors.

Stoke House is also Grade 2 listed and is arranged over ground and two upper floors.

Bell Court is divided into two parts, Bell Court I, arranged over basement, ground and 3 upper floors, whilst Bell Court 2 is arranged over ground and first floors.  The building is arranged to provide basement car-parking of 28-spaces, office accommodation and three residential 
Flats, which have been sold off.


Guildford is a major Surrey town, located approximately 30 miles SW of Central London.  The town benefits from good road communications with the A3 dual carriageway running through the outskirts of Guildford, approx. .6 mile from the City centre.  In turn, the A3 connects Guildford to the M25 Motorway and on to the national motorway network.

Guildford’s mainline railway station is also located within the City centre, approx. ½ mile W. of the subject property, which provides direct trains to London’s Waterloo.