The Old Barn

The Old Barn Offices

The Old Barn is a Grade II listed building dating from the 13th and 14th centuries. Although currently existing as one building, it was originally two. The completion of the first building (Unit 4) is believed to have been commissioned by Stonleigh Abbey, Warwickshire, for a brethren of Cistercian monks based at a wick (dairy) farm. A threshing barn was incorporated to the main building in the 13th century.

While the building is rich in history it is also a perfect working environment for a contemporary business, providing all modern services.

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Office specifications

Internal areas range from 56 sq. m. (600 sq. ft.) to 212 sq. m. (2,300 sq. ft.). All offices are stand-alone, self-contained office suites and, with the exception of the single storey Unit 5, have open plan accommodation on two floors. The offices are fully networked and car parking spaces may be assigned immediately outside the premises, plus there is ample overflow car parking, if required.

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Office specifications

Internal areas range from 56 sq. m. (600 sq. ft.) to 212 sq. m. (2,300 sq. ft.). All offices are stand-alone, self-contained office suites and, with the exception of the single storey Unit 5, have open plan accommodation on two floors. The offices are fully networked and car parking spaces may be assigned immediately outside the premises, plus there is ample overflow car parking, if required.

On the right you can see a 3D rendering of The Old Barn to give an impression of the internal office space. Below are a group of images to show you internal and external shots of this creative and productive office location.
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