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Kingston CPC and Howkins & Harrison have been appointed as joint letting agents for a number of attractive period office buildings on the outskirts of Hurley Village between Tamworth, Atherstone and Coleshill. This is an idyllic rural setting adjacent to historic Hurley Hall and surrounded by open countryside yet within 3.7 miles of the A5 Trunk Road and 5 miles of both junctions 9 & 10 of the M42 Motorway.

“The Old Barn” and “Stables” are two adjoining and currently inter-connected two storey Listed buildings of part timber frame construction with part natural stone elevations and traditional tiled roofs. The two buildings are available to let separately or combined to provide office accommodation from 878 sq ft to 2,033 sq ft.  In addition, “The Coach House” is a detached single storey building of approximately 645 sq ft within the same courtyard development and is also available to let.

The buildings have been tastefully converted with many of the buildings’ original features retained and offer a high standard of office accommodation with fibre optic broadband connection available.  The external areas of the development have been attractively landscaped to complement the character of the buildings and create a pleasant working environment with ample on-site parking.

Graham Jones of Kingston CPC commented, “This is an opportunity for office occupiers to have the best of both worlds and take premises in a delightful rural setting which is within easy reach of the national motorway network and surrounding regional centres”.

Further information is available from the joint agents Kingston CPC:  01543 414300 ( and Howkins & Harrison (www.

The Old Barn & Stables Hurley Hall Photographs for marketing (2)

The Old Barn & Stables Hurley Hall Photographs for marketing (1)