18,525 to 37,168 sq ft(1,721.03 to 3,453.02 sq m)
Price on application

Two Maidenhead Office ParkWestacott Way, Littlewick Green, Maidenhead


    Key features

    • New extension with full height glazing with landscaped internal courtyard.
    • New entrance canopy with feature hardwood soffit
    • Suspended metal tile ceilings with energy efficient LED lighting.
    • Raised access floors with new carpet tiled finish.
    • Occupation density of 1:10 sq m, with the ability to increase up to 1:8 sq m.
    • Corian vanity tops with counter mounted basins.
    • Mirror units, integrated warm air driers and soap dispensers.
    • 2 no. passenger lifts capable of carrying 10 persons.

    About this property

    • This striking office building is being refurbished to create high quality accommodation with large floor plates. The offices overlook the beautifully landscaped park grounds and internally your business will have the benefit of a central private courtyard promoting wellbeing in the workplace. Re-locating your business here will allow you to be in a sought after location with excellent transport links and unrivalled parking.

    Local information

    • Maidenhead is one of the Thames Valley’s principal office markets and is strategically situated approximately 31 miles (50 km) west of Central London. The town benefits from exceptional transport communications which will be further enhanced following the completion of the Elizabeth Line in 2020.
    • Maidenhead is located approximately 4.5 miles (7.2 km) north of the M4 Motorway (Junctions 8/9), which is approximately 15 miles (24 km) to the west of the M25 Motorway (J15). By rail, regular services operate to London Paddington, with a fastest journey time of 18 minutes, whilst Reading is accessible in approximately 11 minutes.
    • The Elizabeth Line will link Maidenhead to Central London (41 minutes), the City of London (46 minutes) and Canary Wharf (54 minutes).
    • Maidenhead Elizabeth Line Station will open in 2020 with four services an hour in each direction to Central London (41 minutes) and to Reading (12 minutes).
    • London Heathrow International Airport is situated approximately 15 miles to the south east and is accessible by road via the M4.
    • The Government has announced that funding will be granted for the £500m Western Rail Access Scheme which will provide quick
    • and direct access to London Heathrow International Airport from the west, without the need to travel via London Paddington.
    • The park runs a dedicated bus service to Maidenhead Railway Station and town centre, running every 15 minutes during peak times.
    • The bus takes approximately 10 minutes to get to Maidenhead Town Centre.