Napoleon House is a modern factory building constructed to very high standards 12 years ago for an engineering type business on a site of 2.3 acres net (additional land set aside for landscaping and planting within the greater boundary).
There is staff and customer car-parking for 80 cars and a secure service yard of approximately 25,000sqft.
Constructed on an impressive steel portal frame with composite insulated panels and glazed curtain walls with offices to the front on two levels.
Its generic layout is suited to a wide range of users with a large compound to the side with a roller shutter door giving access into a secure compound, 7.1 m (min) -9.65m (max) eaves height on a production footprint of 36,856sqft with offices and staff facilities at the front over two floors at the front of the building.
The factory space is light and airy and appears very well maintained.
The office accommodation is on two levels and fronts the building with stair cases on each corner and a steel factory staircase in the centre rear. The accommodation is again light and airy, air-conditioned with suspended ceilings and recessed lighting. It is fitted in a mix of open plan with manager's offices and meeting rooms with a canteen on the ground floor and internal factory offices above the canteen on the first floor.
The premises specification is of very high quality and in line with what most occupiers would require with a good generic layout with a clear span of factory space with gantry cranes with very high floor loading and offices including high ceilings and a computer room.
Production 36,856sqft (3424sq m) Canteen 667sqft (62sq m) Offices/Reception 2626sqft (244sq m)
Offices 2594sqft (241sq m) Factory Offices 667sqft (62sq m)
The floor loading is high and there are 3 fitted gantry cranes on site if required with 3.2, 5 and 15 tonne capacity.