24,546 sq ft (with 8,782 sq ft / 36% office content)
Ferry Works is located in an attractive riverside setting overlooking the River Thames, close to the centre of the village. Thames Ditton is an affluent area and a favoured village, with its own range of local facilities and amenities including riverside pubs and restaurants. It is also close to Kingston and Esher town centres. The A3 dual carriageway is within a few miles and provides quick access to junction 10 of the M25, and central London. Thames Ditton railway station is aproximately 0.5 miles away with a direct link to London Waterloo (about 35-minute journey time).
Ferry Works is an historic Victorian factory building, believed to date back to circa 1894, and much of it has subsequently been converted to B1(a) office use, but Units 1/1A remain as a light industrial/offices/warehouse/storage unit, within Class B1.
There is also a front, 2-storey, office building (Office A), constructed in the 1980s, with under croft parking. This space is used as ʻfront of houseʼ office accommodation with a ground floor reception and offices predominantly on the first floor. The two units are connected via an enclosed link on the first floor, to the rear of Office A.
The majority of the accommodation is situated in Units 1/1A - originally two factory units which have now been merged into one. Internally, the building retains the very striking cast iron pillars and steel structures of the original factory. There are enormous feature windows, and a series of pitched roofs with skylights, both of which provide a vast amount of natural light.
The eaves height is approximately 6.4 metres. Most of the space is open plan, with a mezzanine providing partitioned office accommodation along the front of the building. The best office space has been created overlooking the river, with views both ways. There are further Directorsʼ offices within Office A.
There are 6 on-site car spaces with additional cycle racks, and a further 22 spaces within a 2-minute walk.