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The grass really is greener...

Agents say there are 'generous incentives' to complete deals before September

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The grass really is greener...

Following the recent acquisition of The Green, Easter Park, Aldermaston, by Pioneer Real Estate, London Clancy and joint agents Haslams are offering three Grade A offices available to buy freehold or for lease.

The units range from 2,619 sq ft to 3,150 sq ft, with a truly outstanding specification to include:
Full access raised floors (150mm clear void).
Fantastic energy efficiency with ground source heating and cooling system.
DDA compliant.
Full height glazing with an unusual vaulted first floor construction.
Facilities on the park include time controlled security barriers, CCTV and number plate recognition systems.
Landscaped environment.
Generous on-site car parking (12-14 spaces provided with each building).

The Green commands a strategic location within the Reading (M4, seven miles), Basingstoke (M3, 10 miles) and Newbury (A34, 11 miles) triangle.

The Green is home to companies such as Enesco Limited, Elliott Turbo Machinery Limited, Mercury Computer Systems Limited, Atkins Limited, Systems Mechanics Limited and iKnowledge Consultancy Limited.

Russell Ware at London Clancy said: “The calibre of these companies is testament to the quality of the scheme and now with the rare opportunity to acquire these units freehold we are confident that strong levels of demand will continue.”

For further information or to arrange a viewing contact the joint sole agents London Clancy on 01256 462222 or Haslams on (0118) 921 1515.

 

 

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