When we bought Admiral House in St Leonards Road, Windsor, the intention was to implement the granted planning permission and convert it to residential. How things have changed.

In the time between buying the property and today, the market has changed significantly. Office space is in short supply in Windsor and prices have risen dramatically. Offices are letting at over £30 psf at the moment, which shows how strong the market is.

With it’s magnificent entrance, both inside and out, Admiral House would be an impressive location for any company.

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The office accommodation is expansive and light, even in the basement area, as you can see below. These offices can be accessed directly from the car park via a basement courtyard, as well as the main entrance. The basement has just under 1,500 sq ft. of space available.


The ground floor has nearly 3,500 sq ft available. The property is currently being refurbished and there is car parking, an absolute necessity in Windsor.


The five good reasons?

1. Windsor is a thriving and attractive town.

2. It’s very convenient for transportation, being close to the M4, M25 and London Heathrow.

3. Impressive and very recognisable building.

4. Flexible accommodation.

5. Car parking available.

If you are interested in moving to Admiral House, please click here for the brochure and the agents’ contact details.

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