The property comprises a number of interconnecting multi-storey commercial buildings of about 29,000 sq ft occupying a site of approximately 4538 sq m (1.12 acres) with some open storage and parking areas.
The buildings date from the 1960’s and are served by a spine road (known as Station Approach) which is in shared use, also providing access to the land and buildings to the west of the subject property.
The buildings are set alongside the southern boundary of the site and lie between the service road and the railway lines.
This is a brick clad property which dates from the 1950’s having been extended by way of an additional third floor. The building is clad in profiled UPVC panels. It comprises an entrance and reception area at the eastern end with office space on three upper floors. Some of the ground floor storage rooms are externally accessed but the majority of the building is let in single office rooms as part of the business centre operation. The ground floor comprises a reception area leading to a concrete staircase and there is a separate back staircase leading to the upper floor. In addition to the separate area at ground floor level there are 7 units and 3 WC’s. The first floor has been partitioned to provide 27 office suites and 6 WC’s. The second and third floors only extend above the main entrance and reception areas at the eastern part of the property. This provides 6 suites on each level with 2 WC’s on the second floor and one WC on the third floor.
The office rooms at ICG House are arranged in varying sized suites fitted out with carpets, suspended ceilings and fluorescent strip lighting in most rooms. The walls and ceilings have been plastered and painted and the units have access to shared kitchens and male and female WC’s.
The ground floor storage units vary in size and are accessed externally from the front of the building. The storage units have plastered and painted walls and suspended fluorescent lighting and some heating.
Stanford House is located adjacent to ICG House in the centre of the block and is of steel framed construction with solid brick walls under a flat roof. The building is arranged over three floors and has light industrial space at ground floor level with offices on the upper levels.The office space is fitted out with carpet tiles, suspended ceilings, Category II lighting. The lower level B1 space has concrete flooring, painted brick and blockwork walls and some supporting steel columns within the open plan area. Stanford House is currently vacant and available to let, with a quoting rent of £100,000.
Greenford Storage Centre
This is a two storey property lying to the west of Stanford House and is currently used as a garage/car repair shop with first floor space over. The unit has concrete flooring, solid brick external walls and a WC in the north west corner by the staircase which provides access to the first floor. The unit is accessed either through the side door or through two metal roller shutters which open on to Station Approach. The unit also incorporates a dedicated yard area which occupies the south west corner of the site.
The areas to the north of the service road are tarmacadam surfaced and arranged as open parking, save for an open storage yard which is located at the north west corner of the property.
At the north east corner of the site there is a yard area let out and used for open storage purposes.