A range of period brick-built barns were converted approximately 12 years ago to provide a range of office suites at ground and first floor. The sympathetic conversion allows the accommodation to be occupied as a single suite or alternatively can be let as three independent units. The buildings are of traditional 9” solid brick construction and are surmounted by pitched slate roofs. New doors and windows have been installed in keeping with the period nature of the buildings. The well insulated offices have been finished to a high specification, in part incorporating 3-core perimeter trunking, double-glazed windows, category 2 lighting, electric heating, disabled WCs and kitchenette facilities to the suites. Many period features have been retained including exposed roof trusses.
Each suite is allocated on-site car parking close to the accommodation. Although a working farm, the offices at Broadwell House Farm are accessible at all times.