Cromwell House, Winchester - SO23 7BT
This is a six-storey office building constructed in the late 1970s with brick elevations beneath a flat roof, providing comfortable and spacious office accommodation. Fronting the main Andover Road, the property has its own private car park, part being secure. All floors, apart from the fifth, have lift access. The first, second and fifth floors are open-plan in the main and benefit from good natural daylight- with space from 3,000 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft. The accommodation provides a certain level of fit and cabling. Available to let as a whole or as separate floors on an effective full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed. EPC Rating F.
The property is located close to the junction of Andover Road and Stockbridge Road, 200 m from the city's mainline station providing a service to London Waterloo in 60 minutes. The city centre, with its excellent retail, banking and restaurant facilities, is within 500 m. The M3 skirts the city, providing fast access to London as well as the south coast towns along the M27 and A31. Also, strategically placed at the junction of the A34, the city has fast access to the M4.
- IT / Telecomms
- Perimeter trunking
- 24-hour access
- Services & Amenities
- Workspace Features
- Close to mainline train station
- Open-plan offices
Local Area Info
Traditionally known for its historic importance, Winchester has become the only town in Hampshire to be designated a “most prosperous area”, a title that is usually applied to towns within the London Commuter Belt. Business density indexes in Winchester are higher than the national average, and many of these local business are in high value industries like technology, telecommunications, finance, insurance, and business services. The town also has a very large amount of office floor space (32 per cent), which is more than double the national average. The most important industries are the public sector and business services, with the principal employers being the Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Micheldever, and Arqiva Communications.
Winchester is located at the intersection of four busy roads and not far from the M3. Train services run between Winchester, Southampton, Bournemouth, Weymouth, Reading, Portsmouth, Oxford, London Waterloo, Manchester, and the north of England.
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