Demand for rural barn conversion schemes remains exceptionally high, as indicated by the speed of transactions at Leicestershire’s premier office park, Dovecote Court.
Almost 7,000 sq ft of high-quality office space was brought to the market for the first time in 20 years recently, and within just eight weeks our Director, Andrew McFarlane Holt had completed lettings on five of the six units.
“Set within the walled confines and grounds of Potters Marston Hall, offices at Dovecote Court offer a modern working environment yet with plenty of character and original features,” said Andrew. “We’ve seen since the pandemic that rural and semi-rural properties have only increased in popularity, largely because they are easily commutable, have established communities and are generally more conducive to wellbeing. Dovecote Court is a prime example of this. Created from 17th Century barns, it is a truly unique place to work and includes an outdoor courtyard and uninterrupted countryside views.”
One office remains available at Dovecote Court, a 1,509 sq ft space known as The Old Grain Store. Comprising open plan offices over two floors, kitchen, air conditioning and allocated parking, it is available now with flexible lease terms. Dovecote Court is located in the South Leicestershire village of Potters Marston and is easily accessible from Leicester, Hinckley, the M1 and M69. Contact Andrew to arrange a viewing.