Want a new view for you? Check out this beautiful office in downtown Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Gwinnett’s Historic Courthouse Square in Lawrenceville, Georgia

Don’t plead “guilty” to missing out on this steal. If you need quick access to the Gwinnett Justice Center (it’s right around the corner) and like to sample the locally-owned restaurants in downtown Lawrenceville, have I got a deal for you.

The owner is retiring, polishing up his golf shoes, and cleaning up his Pings to prepare to win some more tournaments next year. He doesn’t need this gorgeous office anymore and is ready to help an attorney, CPA, or the like make a move to a facility that can’t help but make a good impression on your clients and colleagues.

Front of office on Culver Street
Front of office on Culver Street

After entering through a solid wood door boasting an intricate stained glass inlay, your clients will enjoy the ambiance that you create in the foyer, a room that reeks of craftmanship and attention to detail from the ceiling (see the pictures, words can’t do it justice) to the dark gray marble floors to the customized chair molding. Keep the coffee and drinks ready in the kitchen next to the foyer.

Coffered ceiling in the foyer

Four rooms contain overhead lighting, tray ceilings, pile carpeting, and generous chair molding. Windows have plantation shutters.

Comfortable and classy foyer

Has there been a better time to buy than now? Call me before it’s gone at 678-386-4694 or send an e-mail to joxbob@gmail or john@johnrobertconley.com.

Dominick’s Little Italy – try the fried calamari

Location Description:
Downtown Lawrenceville in the Heart of Gwinnett County is the location of this jewel of a bargain. The Old Courthouse Square is only a few minutes if you’re walking (Check out the museum, it’s worth your time).

McCray’s Tavern on the Square: eat on the roof!

The neighborhood is a mix of white-collar businesses and well-established homes. Enjoy Dominicks and the delicious fried calamari or get away for a fresh cup of joe at one of the restored cafes where Gwinnett’s movers and shakers still gather. And, if you have regular appointments with members of the Gwinnett government, you couldn’t ask for a better combination of convenience, luxury, and practicality.

The Fountain in Downtown Lawrenceville, Georgia

Here’s more info on my Loopnet page. Just click here to check it out.

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