Units 1-9 were constructed in the 1980s, while the Gatehouse and Units 18-22 are much older, and are estimated to be built in the 1950s. The units are arranged in three terraces. There is also a derelict building on the site.

Units 1-9 are of steel portal frame construction with load bearing concrete block work walls to the two storey height office accommodation.

The elevations are of brick faced cavity construction surmounted by profiled metal sheeting. Units 19-22 are built with steel frames and roof trusses, whilst Unit 18 has a concrete frame.

The Gatehouse is likely to be of traditional load bearing masonry construction.

The elevations are of solid brick construction, and plastic coated profiled steel sheeting forming gables and the flank/rear walls to Units 18 and 19.

Units 1-9 have metal roller shutters while Units 18-22 have a variety of door types with metal roller shutters or folding sliding doors as well as some painted timber doors.

Edenbridge is located south of the M26, 10 miles from junction 6 where it meets the A22 and 13 miles from the M23, Gatwick and Crawley on the B2026. .

The property is located in a mixed industrial, agricultural and residential location approximately 500m south west from Edenbridge town centre, 800m from Edenbridge town station and 900m south of the M25 motorway


Unit Name Size Quoting rent EPC
The Gatehouse 1,129 sq.ft POA
Unit 20 3,983 sq.ft POA
Fairport House 0 sq.ft POA