Parkfield Industrial Estate
London, SW11 5BA
M7 Real Estate Ltd
M7 Real Estate Ltd
The property comprises terraced industrial units over four blocks divided into two standalone units, two semi-detached terraces and a detached terrace.
Units 1 -16 were constructed in the early 1980's, the units are of steel portal frame construction under pitched roofs with integral transparent roof lights and elevations of cavity brickwork with profiled metal sheet cladding. Each unit has a solid concrete floor and loading door, a dedicated car park and a loading area to the front.
Units A, B & C were constructed in the late 1970's and comprise 3 industrial/warehouse units, arranged in a terrace fronting the railway line. The units are of steel portal frame construction with an eaves height of circa 7.5m and metal clad elevations under a pitched roof . Units have loading doors and demarcated car parking to the front and a yard area to the rear.
Additionally, there are three scaffolding yards and a prominent advertising mast which provides an opportunity to generate additional revenue. The total site area is 2.77 acres (1.12 hectares) which equates to a site cover of 65%.
Four of the units were subject to a fire in 2016 and are currently being re-built with completion expected in March 2018.
Parkfield Industrial Estate is located in Battersea, south west London on the banks of the River Thames adjacent to Clapham and Camberwell.
The area surrounding the estate is largely residential and has been subject to significant re-development in recent years.
The estate is located on Culvert Place off the A3205 Battersea Park Road, close to Latchmere Road and Queenstown Road providing good access to London’s West End and the City via Albert Bridge and Chelsea Bridge.
The estate is situated between the two main railway lines linking the south of England to London Victoria and Waterloo main line railway stations. It is also located close to public transport links including Battersea Park station and Queenstown Road Station which are within walking distance to the north east of the site, providing frequent services into central London and the south.