Bristol’s Airfield House sold to Amphora Aromatics
A 19,066 sq ft industrial building in Bristol has been sold to Amphora Aromatics, a suppliers of essential oils and aromatherapy products.
The company has acquired Airfield House in Hengrove and will be using the unit to relocate their production operation to larger more modern premises.
Cushman & Wakefield acted on behalf of the vendor, a private pension fund, whilst Alder King represented Amphora Aromatics.
Airfield House comprises a modern, detached production / warehouse facility and includes 6,498 sq ft of office space. It is located on Western Drive, near Bristol’s Filwood Green Business Park, Enterprise Trade Centre, Hengrove Leisure Park and Hawkfield Business Park.
The building also incorporates a number of energy efficient features such as roof mounted solar panels and heat recovery system.
Philip Cranstone, Associate in Cushman & Wakefield’s Logistics & Industrial team said: “We are pleased to have agreed the sale of Airfield House to Amphora Aromatics. This was a rare opportunity to acquire a modern production and warehouse facility in a sought after South Bristol location. As a result, we received strong interest before agreeing the sale to Amphora Aromatics.”
Amphora Aromatics was formed in 1984 and has grown to one of the UK’s largest suppliers of essential oils and aromatherapy products. The company now has an established wholesale and mail order business across the UK and also exports worldwide from its base in Bristol.
Roger Marsh of Amphora Aromatics commented: “We are delighted to have secured Airfield House in order to facilitate the next stage of the growth of the business.”