United Kingdom > North Ayrshire mainland

Kilwinning Road, Irvine, Irvine (United Kingdom), KA12

Leased Space From £2 Per Sqft Per Month

Occupies Include Maxi Group - Nobel and Aqcas - Attractive Parkland Setting - Popular Bus Route and A78 - Generous Onsite Parking - Beverage

Awaiting Images for Kilwinning Road, Irvine, Irvine (United Kingdom)


Kilwinning Rail Station - 1.77 miles away.

Irvine Rail Station - 1.86 miles away.

Stevenston Rail Station - 2.85 miles away.

Saltcoats Rail Station - 4.16 miles away.

Ardrossan South Beach Rail Station - 4.81 miles away.

The Space

Elliot House is a refurbished mixed three storey office building with quality occupiers including Nobel and Maxi Group. The suites are available to suit occupier needs with quality finishes to include secure entrance, DDA compliance with lift access, new carpets and wall coverings, air conditioning, perimeter trunking, new suspended ceilings and refurbished toilets and common areas. The workspace provides everything members need to thrive at work along with some cool amenities. In addition, the workspace allows clients to have 24 hours access in 7 days of the week with high speed internet. There are lounges and breakout areas where you can take a break during a hectic workday.


Tournament Park is an attractive parkland business location on the north eastern outskirts of Irvine, just off the main bus route along Kilwinning Road and adjacent to the A78 bypass. Plans are underway for mixed retail, commercial and residential development within the Park. Elliott House occupies a prominent position at the entrance to Tournament Park overlooking Redburn Roundabout, the main access point leading to Irvine town centre from the north. Irvine lies 30 miles south west of Glasgow and is the administrative centre of North Ayrshire with a population more than 40,000. The A78 connects on to the motorway network via Kilmarnock (9 miles) and extends south to Ayr (22 miles) and Prestwick International Airport (15 miles). Irvine's railway station has fast, regular connections to Glasgow and Ayr.