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Rare Freehold HQ-style office building brought to the market


A rare freehold office building totalling 7,484 sq ft at Wavertree Technology Park has been brought to the market.

Rare Freehold HQ-style office building brought to the market


"18 Faraday Road is an exciting opportunity for businesses looking for a North West base within a popular business park in Liverpool."
Brian Ricketts



Hitchcock Wright & Partners have been appointed by Dunedin Industrial to market 18 Faraday Road, a pavilion style single storey unit on Wavertree Technology Park.

The Wavertree business park near Edge Lane is fast becoming a vibrant area within the city region and is currently the focus of ongoing investment and development in the commercial and retail sectors. Earlier this year work got underway on the £100m redevelopment of the adjacent Edge Lane Retail Park.

Dunedin Industrial, one of the largest owners of industrial and office property in the UK, acquired the technology park in May 2015.

18 Faraday Road comprises a kitchen and toilet facilities, an attractive open plan floor plate, metal double glazed window units and on-site car parking.

The unit is on the market for £550,000 and is the only unit for sale at the business park, with other sites available to let.

Brian Ricketts, partner at Hitchcock Wright & Partners, says: “We are delighted to be appointed as agents by Dunedin Industrial for this office accommodation. Located in a prominent position at a key gateway route into Liverpool, 18 Faraday Road is an exciting opportunity for businesses looking for a North West base within a popular business park in Liverpool.

“We anticipate high interest from businesses looking for high quality, open place office space with the added benefit of excellent transport links and amenities.”

For more information contact Brian Ricketts at Hitchcock Wright & Partners.

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