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Idyllic Somerset barn conversion offices available to rent

Property consultants Alder King are marketing a brace of character office space in two high quality Somerset barn conversions, one close to Taunton and the other on the outskirts of Ilminster.

The Courtyard, located on part of the Higher Comeytrowe Farm equestrian complex, is an award-winning development of office suites which were sensitively restored using a combination of craft solutions and innovative environmentally-friendly technology.  Although located within an idyllic rural setting, the development is still within easy reach of Taunton via junctions 25 and 26.

Three adjoining suites have recently become vacant within The Courtyard, offering between 500 and 2,100 sq ft of accommodation.  They can be let separately or together.  The Courtyard also has ample parking on site.

Beech Barn, on the outskirts of Ilminster, is part of a small office complex on the Dillington Estate at Eaglewood Park which was converted to a very high standard.  As well as a gloriously rural parkland setting, Beech Barn also enjoys ready access to the A303.

The recently available accommodation comprises two open-plan offices, one measuring 605 sq ft and the other measuring 303 sq ft, with an interconnecting kitchen/staff room and toilet facilities.   It retains attractive features such as exposed timber trusses while providing all modern communications including access to superfast broadband.  Six parking spaces are included.

Andrew Maynard, partner at Alder King, said: “Both these schemes have been very successful since their original redevelopment, providing a superb location for a select group of tenants.  We’re confident that they will soon win over new occupiers wanting to enjoy a high quality working environment in a beautifully scenic rural setting.”

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