An office with space for up to 12 staff with 2m social distancing has come on the market at Fenham Hall Studios
The striking hall, which dates back to 1745, has modern dedicated office space within its grounds and offers a unique chance for tenants to take up a historic address close to central Newcastle.
Fenham Hall Studios’ Peter Lambert said: “We’ve enlisted the help of Bradley Hall to promote the quality of this unique commercial space to the sort of tenants we feel will fit in with the quality and mix of our existing tenants.
“Tenants have the luxury of modern facilities with substantial car parking, but within the stunning grounds of
an historic and culturally important Newcastle location close to the Central Motorway and the City Centre. I look forward to working with the Bradley Hall team to help Fenham Hall Studios fulfill their potential.”
Fenham Hall Studios sits just off Fenham Hall Drive and is within minutes of the newest developments around Science Central, Newcastle University Business School and St James’ Park.
Nick Bramwell from Bradley Hall said. He said: “It’s very rare you find a hidden gem like this with all the convenience of an out of town facility, but so close to all the attractions of central Newcastle. We’re thrilled to be working with Peter to find an appropriate tenant.”
The remaining first floor studio of 1,031 sq ft has an open plan studio office with two manages offices.
The studios offer their own dedicated parking, visitor parking and the availability of superfast broadband. Studio E is available for an annual rent of £14,630 (plus service charge to cover heating electricity and maintenance). For more details visit www.fenhamhallstudios.com/offices-to-let
Long term tenants include The Roundhouse, a leading creative communications agency, Absolute Quality Care, an award winning home-care agency, Global Investments, an international property agency and HB Innovations a biotech research company.
Fenham Hall was designed by Daniel Garrett, the celebrated architect of the famous Burlington Estate in central London, in 1745 for the famed Blackett Ord family.
It was added to a short while afterwards by William Newton, who also designed other striking North East buildings, including the Newcastle Assembly Rooms, Dissington Hall in Northumberland and Charlotte Square in Central Newcastle.
The site operated as St Mary’s College between 1905 and 1985 and parts of the hall remain in the education sector as Newcastle University halls of residence.
Enquiries can be made via Fenham Hall Studios’ website which has plans and detailed photos of the available office at www.fenhamhallstudios.co.uk or by calling Peter Lambert at Fenham Hall Studios on 0777 5770232