The Leigh Wharf complex consists of 2 adjoining 19th Century Grade II listed stone constructed warehouses over 2 and 3 stories that have been converted in the mid 1990's to a public house with separately accessed, self- contained, upper floor offices. The offices are accessed from a ground floor reception via an intercom entry system with a passenger lift to all floors. The accommodation can be configured to suit both open plan and cellular office requirements for a single or multiple occupiers, all of whom will have access to a communal kitchen and male and female WC facilities. The suites benefit gas central heating, carpets, ceiling mounted fluorescent Category II strip lighting and provides a contemporary feel whilst still retaining the buildings distinctive characteristics. To the front of the premises there is an area allocated for communal parking for staff and visitors.
The subject property is located overlooking the Bridgewater canal on Canal Street off the A572 Twist Lane within a short walk of Leigh town centre. It is close to all local amenities including the local bus station and Spinning Gate Shopping Centre. The A572 connects to the A579 Atherleigh Way bypass ensuring easy access to the A580 East Lancashire Road which connects Liverpool to the west and Manchester to the east.