A rare site offering office buildings and a manor house within 139 acres of parkland is being marketed for sale by Thames Tap partner Vail Williams.

Aldermaston Park, a private estate in West Berkshire includes Portland House, an office building of 85,000 sq ft (with consent for 75,000 sq ft more), Oxford House, an office building of 16,000 sq ft and the Grade ll-listed Aldermaston Manor which extends to 36,000 sq ft including its courtyard, all set in its own scenic surroundings.

The manor house closed as a hotel in 2008.

Vail Williams partner Guy Parkes said: “We’ve had interest from education establishment, training centres, film studios, corporates wanting to build a bespoke facility, residential developers, house converters and hotel leisure users. 

“It’s not often that a sizeable piece of real estate comes up in the Thames Valley and so we expect to attract interest from a wide variety of uses with some coming from left of field.”
Those, he said, could include corporates, organisations, public services and even oligarchs.

There is a video here and further details here.

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