Wiggins Locket and Thompson have instructions to actively market ‘Parkside’ office barn conversions as they are nearly ready for occupation. The development sees a range of red brick barns sympathetically converted to provide small or large turn-key serviced office accommodation.
Situated in picturesque Boningale on the main A464 Holyhead Road between Wolverhampton and Shifnal, the location has good access to the motorway network, plenty of parking and boasts a superior ‘countryside’ location but within close proximity to shops, eateries and a very local public house. In addition, warehouse and storage space is also available for rent with the offices.
Richard Bache from Wiggins Locket and Thompson commented, “Whilst the offices at Parkside have been created to retain many original features of these beautiful buildings, there is plenty of natural light and the finish is modern and high-end with real timber floors throughout.”
Individual offices are available from as little as 109 sq ft on an all-inclusive basis, a real plus for small business who want to be sure of their monthly outgoings. Accommodation includes the use of a large communal meeting room with a vaulted ‘café and seating’ area.
Owner and farmer, John Shanks, has worked the adjacent land since 1971 when he took over the farm from his Father. Together with help from his son-in-law, Peter Bonsall, he has seen his vision for the buildings come to fruition over the last 6 months. John Shanks said, “It’s such a lovely thing to see these buildings saved from disrepair and put back to good use. Back in the day they served as stables for the working hourses, cartsheds and threshing barns, but in recent years have been pretty much redundant. They have been given a new lease of life, even the long eared bats have a new home in the specially constructed ‘bat loft’.
Peter commented, “We are really thrilled with the final result. The offices look great and we already have three new tenants champing at the bit to get moved in. We have our own hardwood flooring company on site and know how convenient the location is, and what a lovely setting it is to work in.”
Phase I sold out, Phase II is ready for occupation October 2014 and Phase III ready June 2015.
Anyone interested in the office should contact Richard Bache on 01902 229550 – but be quick, you might miss out!