Posted on Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Demand for rural office space continues to outstrip availability across the UK which is why one of Yorkshire’s most picturesque business parks is expecting high levels of interest for its latest selection of countryside workspaces.
Roecliffe Business Centre near Boroughbridge is on an historic estate covering over 1000 acres, including a wildlife reserve. The units have been developed to make the most of the original farm building which have been tastefully restored to include character features such as exposed beams and stonework.
The farm dates back to the 19th Century but the office accommodation has been designed to meet the needs of a modern business, with flexible terms and superfast fibre broadband.
There are six offices on the development, two of which are currently available. These are being marketed by the commercial team at Harrogate property consultants FSS.
Adam Crawfurd-Porter at FSS said the offices would be ideal for a wide range of businesses including those in the digital or creative sector.
“The aesthetic appeal of the workspace and setting at Roecliffe makes these properties a draw for businesses that are attracted by inspirational surroundings,” said Adam.
There are very few rural commercial properties with high speed fibre broadband, which has become a priority for most companies, so these properties tick a lot of boxes.”
Douris House is a two storey self-contained office suite covering 159 sq m.
Suffolk House is a newly refurbished open plan office covering 110.6 sq m.
For more information on either office or to arrange a viewing contact Adam Crawfurd-Potter on 01423 534199.