5th September 2016
Alder King markets unique landmark building in Cornwall
Property consultancy Alder King has been instructed to market the landmark building Campus XXI at Delabole in Cornwall.
Built in 2001 this state of the art flexible, high specification building sits adjacent to Britain’s first commercial wind farm. Its distinctive design, curved roof and unique features give the property a strong ‘presence’ and offers opportunities for a wide variety of uses. The building sits on a 13 acre site of landscaped grounds, with extensive views over open countryside towards Bodmin Moor.
The innovative high specification property includes a large glazed entrance feature, a waterwheel that operates partly inside the building and a wealth of environmental and energy efficient features.
Internally the accommodation is divided to include a large open plan area which offers potential for a wide variety of potential commercial or institutional uses subject to planning consent. There are various offices and ancillary areas including a central enclosed circular area with a matching mezzanine above. In total the property offers 24,228 sq ft of accommodation.
Tom Duncan, associate at Alder King’s Truro office, said: “This is a unique and distinctive building that offers great flexibility. While most recently used as an educational establishment the layout can be successfully adapted to suit an incoming occupier’s needs.”
The building’s environmental and energy efficient features include its own roof-mounted PV electricity supply, a solar water heating system, a private fresh water borehole, grey water recycling system, heating/comfort cooling via four heat pumps and an ‘airtight’ seal across the entire building to reduce heat loss.
The property is available with a new lease off a guide price of £100,000 per annum. To view the brochure please visit: http://www.alderking.com/property/63353/Campus-XXI