Modern converted offices are available to let in a picturesque rural location between Wolverhampton and Bridgnorth.

The Brewhouse and Studio at Sutton Farm, Holloway, on the edge of the village of Claverley, are recently converted farm buildings which provide a pleasant mix of open plan and modular office work space.

Set just off the A454, the property, which extends in total to 2,416 sq ft, is nicely positioned between Bridgnorth, six and a half miles to the west, and Wolverhampton city centre, ten and half miles to the east.

The Brewhouse, a converted barn, now lends itself to open plan working. It includes laminate flooring and LED lighting throughout, with brilliant white walls exploiting the natural light available via a large sliding door alongside the building which extends to 1,207 sq ft.

The Studio (960 sq ft) features an almost entirely glazed frontage, with internal glass partitions creating separate office work spaces. Each benefits from its own air conditioning unit, with LED lighting and laminate flooring throughout.

The property also boasts a large kitchen area (249 sq ft), situated at the far end of The Brewhouse, as well as toilet facilities, located in the Studio, with the potential for additional toilet facilities to be installed in The Brewhouse.

The premises also benefits from considerable car parking across the front of both buildings.

Martin Zaki, who is marketing the property for Towler Shaw Roberts, said: “This is a most attractive office conversion in a lovely rural setting on the Sutton Farm estate, so we anticipate a good level of interest.

"The property is available as a whole or in part, on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed.”

Rents start from £15,000 per annum exclusive for The Studio.

Contact Martin Zaki at TSR on (01902) 421216 for further details.

Pictured: Recently converted farm buildings provide a pleasant mix of open plan and modular office work space at Sutton Farm.

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