Take a virtual tour of Park House
- Flexible ‘easy-in, easy-out’ terms
- Recently refurbished
- All utilities and business rates included
- Broadband connection and Cat5 cabling
- Full reception services
- Boardroom hire discount
- Meeting room availability
- 24 hour access, security and CCTV
- Park views
- Bike rack and shower facilities
- Kitchen facilities with fresh bean to cup coffee
- Breakout area with TV
- Managers' parking space
- Within walking distance of train station and town centre
How we can help
Park House offers a range of serviced office space that can accommodate from 1 to 10 workstations and prices start from £300 per month including a managers' parking space.
We can provide affordable commercial serviced office space with no hidden extras and flexible monthly terms.
Park House is proud to be home to the Swindon and Wiltshire Initiative, with all tenants benefitting from onsite access to a host of business support services.
Where to find your new office
Park House is located approximately 1/2 mile from Swindon town centre which can be easily reached by train or car.
Directions to Park House from Bristol Street Car Park:
Exit the Bristol Street car park from the sloped entrance and turn right, walk along Bristol Street. Follow Bristol Street until you reach Church Place, turn left. Follow Church Place until you reach the end of the road and Park House will be on the corner to your left.
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History of Park House
Park House, a spacious yellow brick residence overlooking the GWR Park, was built for the railway company doctor in 1876. However, in the early days of the company's presence in Swindon the medical officer's situation was far more precarious.
Continue the story by downloading the GWR Doctors PDF