Originally constructed in the late 19th century, the boathouses have been extensively remodelled into office accommodation with current occupiers ranging from traditional office users to media, designers as well as an art studio.
Unit 3 on the first floor benefits from excellent natural light, upgraded heating, a modern and well- equipped kitchen, separate WC facilities as well as a wet room. The balcony offers views over the river Thames and down river in the direction of Hampton Court.
The main office area is open plan benefiting from wood laminate flooring as well as large roof lights. There are a further two separate office areas divided by new critall doors and solid herringbone wooden flooring.
Additionally, there are two separate roof rooms for storage or extra desk space.
Parking is available by private arrangement with the boatyard for £600 pa.
The site fronts the Thames close to Hampton Court Palace and Bushy Park. Thames Street is situated between Upper Sunbury Road and Hampton Court Road at an intersection with High Street Hampton and offers easy access to the A3, M3 and M25 and benefits from several bus routes.
Hampton and Hampton Court Palace train stations are located nearby and provide regular services to London Waterloo. Hampton Village centre is located within the immediate vicinity providing a good
range of local amenities.
The boatyard lies behind the Grade II listed Queen Anne House office block fronting Thames