GUESTS have toasted the success of newly-refurbished office development in Winchester city centre.

During a tour of the premises, invited guests raised a glass to the new development at Sunley House at the top of St George’s Street.

Last week’s St George’s Day-themed was an opportunity for businesses to view the landmark building’s refurbishment including its first floor, which is available to let, and its newly-installed fully accessible lift.

The second floor of Sunley House was pre-let to wealth management firm Brewin Dolphin ahead of the completion of the refurbishment.

The ground floor is occupied by Turtle Bay restaurant.

Poole-based wealth management firm, Lewis Investment, through its joint agents Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) and Goadsby organised the event.

Guests were presented with a bottle of the IWC Gold Medal-winning English sparking wine from Cheriton vineyard Raimes of Tichborne and a tour of the first floor, which offers 3,751sqft of refurbished Grade A office space.

Alastair Warwick-Smith, of Lewis Investments, said: “Sunley House is a real success story – it has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment inside and out and already secured a high-profile tenant for the second floor. We are expecting significant interest in the first floor – we believe these are the very best offices currently on the market in the city of Winchester.”