Two modern warehouse and production buildings on a prominent corner site in West Swindon have become available to let and are being marketed as suitable to combine into a head office.
The buildings, Units 1 and 2 on Mead Way, Westmead, pictured, have a total of 20,085 sq ft of warehouse and office space. Unit 1 has 6,105 sq ft of warehouse space and 3,982 sq ft of ground and first-floor offices while Unit 2 is marginally smaller at 10,000 sq ft, with warehouse space of 6,060 sq ft and 3,940 sq ft of offices.
But with their impressive frontage, Swindon property consultants Alder King and Whitmarsh Lockhart, say they can be combined to form a headquarters building.
Alder King associate Alison Williams said: “These units are available individually but the ability to combine them to create a 20,000 sq ft facility in such a prominent position will make them very appealing to any expanding business looking for prestigious premises.”
The units have a reception area and self-contained parking area at the front and HGV access and a service yard with additional parking at the rear.
Westmead is an established industrial estate with a number of well-known local, regional and national occupiers including Howdens Joinery, the Post Office and Metric Group. It also has easy access to Junction 16 of the M4.
The units are available to let individually or combined on new leases. Attractive incentive packages are being offered for new occupiers.