The office building is set in a quiet residential area just a few minutes’ walk from Parsons Green station, Ackmar Road used to be part of a larger industrial building that had been given a typical 1980s makeover. Acquired by Marston Properties in 2003, the property now has thirteen modest, attractive offices, all of which are accessed from a stunning full-height atrium. We refurbished and extended the building in 2006, creating spaces that are ideal for smaller businesses who want to be in a larger building with access to a shared garden and bike storage.
The thirteen units share WC's on the ground and first floors (as well as a first floor shower). The tea making points on the ground and first floors are shared by 11 units. The heating and hot water is provided by communal boilers so will be included in the service charge.
A courtyard to the rear of the property is for the use of all occupants, giving somewhere to sit and eat lunch in the summer. The majority of the units benefit from excellent natural light.
Parsons Green has plenty of choice for daytime eating and drinking such as Starbucks and The White Horse Pub as well as various delicatessens, sandwich shops and convenience stores. Parsons Green itself is a pleasant shady place to sit in the summer and is only a few minutes walk away. Eelbrook Common is about 5 minutes walk away is you feel more like a lunchtime run or game of tennis.
The property was refurbished and extended during 2006 to provide small, well presented offices. The intention is to give the smaller business the benefit of being in a larger building.
The once Fulham Football Club ground – ‘Parsons Green’ now has a huge following as a great summer time place to sit in the sun with a jug of Pimm’s a rugby ball amnd to watch the world go by. This area is known famously for its icon pub the White Horse AKA The Sloaney Pony and its many dog walkers. Parsons Green has a very chilled atmosphere about it but being on the District Line and having many buses passing through makes it accessible for all.