Frank O’Neill House
The building was built in the late 1970s / early 1980s and has extensive dark tinted glazing with areas of white tiling in between. To the rear is an adjoining 4-storey block in brick with long horizontal windows. Together these buildings form a U-shaped complex with a service courtyard in the middle. Crossing this courtyard is a four-storey connecting wing suspended above ground level.
The building was first constructed for use of Otis Elevator Co. Ltd but was last used by the Metropolitan Police up to March 2013. It is currently vacant. It underwent a complete refurbishment in 1993, inside-out, and it is very close to Oval Tube station (approximately 300m to the north-east of the site), and equally close to Surrey County Cricket Ground. The full address is as follows:
Frank O’Neill House, 43-59 Clapham Road, London, SW9 0JD
With regards to the site area, it is as follows:
Building Site 2249m2
Car Park 720m2
Haslemere Industrial Estate
Haslemere Industrial Estate comprises a terrace of 8 warehouse units of steel frame construction under a pitched roof. The units have just undergone an extensive refurbishment programme. Each unit has a clear eaves hight of 5.86m together with office accommodation and parking/Loading facilities.
King’s Lynn Industrial Estate
The property comprises a purpose built warehouse currently laid out in twin bays either side of a covered central service bay. There are also offices and welfare facilities.
Gross Internal Floor Area 10,320 sq m / 111,095 sq ft
Clear height 5.5m/ 18ft.
Main service door 9m/ 29ft 6in x 5m/ 16ft 4in
The property is located on the busy Hardwick Narrows Industrial Estate with excellent access to the Hardwick Roundabout and the A47(A17, A10(M11 Cambridge) and A148/A149. Nearby occupiers include Stebbings Car Sales, EMG Kia, Robinsons Mercedes Benz and Tulip Ltd. King’s Lynn in an important sub-regional centre, an historic port and market town located on the southern shores of The Wash. The town has a population of just over 42,000 and is the administrative centre for West Norfolk. Road communications are via the A10, A47, A17 and A148/A149, whilst there is a mainline rail service to London King’s Cross (1hour 40minutes approximately), and established port trade, particularly with Scandinavia and Northern Europe. From the Hardwick Roundabout turn left into Beveridge Way. Take the second turning left into Fresian Way. Follow Fresian Way round until the property can be seen straight ahead of you and can be identified by our lettings board.
Haslemere Industrial Estate is located on Third Way, just off Avonmouth Way which links directly to J18 of the M5 Motorway. Third Way can also be accessed from the A403 St Andrew’s Road.