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Mersey House
The Matchworks
Speke Road
Garston
Liverpool

Mersey House is a Grade II* Listed Georgian style building which sits at the entrance to the Matchworks development. At 6,044 sq ft the building provides two floors of flexible office spaces from 119 sq ft with meeting room facilities.

Originally used as the management office by the Bryant and May match factory, Mersey House offers a more traditional option alongside the contemporary conversion of the Matchworks buildings and stunning Matchbox. Mersey House, built in 1918, has a wealth of original character including feature fireplaces in most rooms and ornate covings.

Located on Speke Road, Garston, Mersey House has excellent transport links to Liverpool city centre which is just 15 minutes away. Matchworks also has easy access to the motorway network with the M57, M62 and M56 all close by. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is less than two minutes drive away and Liverpool South Parkway station is within walking distance.

Type of space

Office

Availability

2 commercial spaces to let

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