11 October 2019/ rent_office

5 exciting offices in Acton - London

Acton is a popular residential area of West London that sits in the London borough of Ealing. It has been a central hub of retail and commerce for centuries, thanks to its key position on the A40 between London and Oxford. It remains an exciting place to base a business, as it’s just 40 minutes from Central London but is easier to reach if you regularly welcome clients from outside of London. Many historic buildings can be seen across the area, including pubs and churches that date back to the Tudor period.

Here’s our pick of the most exciting offices in Acton, London.

Issigonis House

The statement metal panelling of this office building gives it a standout, futuristic look, while large windows let in plenty of natural light to stop the space feeling dark. This unique building sits just off The Vale (A4202) and is within 15 minutes’ walk of Acton Central station, so it’s easy to reach in a number of ways. With shops and cafés less than a minute’s walk away, there are plenty of places to grab lunch or catch up with clients nearby.

32-39 Warple Way

If you’re looking for an ultra-modern office for your small team, this property is likely to fit the bill. Stylish black window frames and suspended lighting give the space a sophisticated, edgy feel but floor-to-ceiling windows stop it feeling gloomy. A striking glass-walled meeting room offers a private area for catch-ups that doesn’t feel closed off to make the most of the compact office’s floor space. Situated three minutes’ walk from The Vale, it’s easy to reach by public transport or car.

32-39 Warple Way

Gunnersbury Park Museum

Dating back to 1663, this newly refurbished and restored office has bags of character and period charm. Set in the grand Gunnersbury Park Museum building, the second-floor space is fully carpeted and has access to kitchen facilities. It’s also bright and airy, thanks to its light neutral colour scheme and large windows that overlook Gunnersbury Park. Make the most of the lush green setting by taking a lunchtime stroll round the pond or through the Italian Gardens.


114 Power Road

Power Road Studios are packed with facilities, including a café and car parking and has both 24-hour security and a building receptionist to welcome visitors. This serviced office space is also ideal for those looking to be part of a vibrant community with the building’s other occupants, as events from yoga to retail pop ups to networking drinks are regularly held here. Just a few minutes’ walk from Chiswick High Street, you’ll find plenty of places for after-work drinks or dinner nearby.

114 Power Road

10-14 Crown Street

This converted Salvation Army building dates back to 1878 but has been fully renovated into a high-quality office. It has lots of kerb appeal, thanks to its unique domed façade and is just nine minutes’ walk from Acton Town Underground Station, so it’s easy to reach too. It’s spread over three floors, which are available to rent separately for a small team or all together for up to 12 and has five off-road parking spots (a rare commodity for London). 10-14 Crown Street