Bray Fox Smith Living are delighted to seek unconditional offers for Braywick House, a rare and highly prominent freehold office or residential development opportunity with substantial grounds.
The property lies on the edge of Maidenhead, approximately one mile from Maidenhead train station;
• The site extends to approximately 4.5 acres (1.8 hectares) and is occupied by an imposing Grade II* listed office known as Braywick House East and a modern extension
totalling 28,024 sq ft;
• Approximately 3 acres (1.2 hectares) of the site comprises undeveloped land that has recently been removed from the greenbelt;
• The property is being sold with the benefit of vacant possession;
Potential to refurbish the existing office buildings or undertake a comprehensive redevelopment of the site which is sympathetic and enhances the setting of the existing period building - The property is being sold with the benefit of vacant possession;
Extends to approximately 4.5 acres (1.8 hectares) and is occupied by a Grade II house that has been converted into an office.
Approximately 3 acres (1.2 hectares) of the site comprises a small wooded area and an open landscaped area lying to the south of the buildings and car park. This land benefits from its own separate access from Harvest Hill Road.
For those interested parties looking at the office refurbishment opportunity the offices are known as Braywick House, the collective name for Braywick House West and Braywick House East. The two buildings are linked at ground floor level and both are capable of separate occupation or multi-occupation.
Braywick House West is an attractive, Grade II* listed mansion house, originally dating from the 17th century and comprehensively refurbished in 1995. The property is of solid brick construction with a mansard roof clad in slate. The accommodation is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors. Internally, the specification is mixed with
some of the offices having solid floors whilst others benefit from raised floors and a mixture of plaster and suspended ceilings with recessed lighting throughout.
Braywick House East is a modern two storey office building built in the mid 1990’s to a Grade A specification. Internally, the offices benefit from four pipe fan coil airconditioning,
fully accessible raised floors, suspended ceilings with recessed lighting and passenger lift. Both buildings are generally in a good state of repair but retain some of the
previous occupiers fit-out.
A total of 118 car parking spaces serve the buildings, providing an excellent ratio of 1:237 sq ft.
Positioned approximately 30 miles west of London in the prestigious Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, it is also one of the leading towns in the Thames Valley and benefits from a wide array of local amenities.
Braywick House is situated in a residential suburb approximately 1 mile from the town centre. The site lies in a prominent corner plot adjacent to the Braywick Roundabout with frontage onto Windsor Road and the A308 (M). The northern boundary of the site fronts onto an established residential neighbourhood whilst the western boundary of the site
fronts onto a site that has been allocated for residential development.
The town benefits from excellent road connections with both the M4 (Junction 8/9) and the M40 (A404M) easily accessible.
Maidenhead railway station serves as a central hub for a number of routes with regular services to London Paddington, Reading, Marlow and Bourne End. Services are provided by Great Western Railway.
The Elizabeth line has created a new east-west route across Greater London. Maidenhead is a major station on the route strengthening its links across the national rail network.
Maidenhead is conveniently located within easy reach of the UK’s international airports with Heathrow International airport hosting 80 airlines a mere 17 miles away and Gatwick being the single busiest single-runway airport in the world.