Office space in Cheadle Village
A Grade II-listed building located in stunning parkland in Cheadle Village, Abney Hall provides a setting for an office with a difference. Fully refurbished it is perfect for companies looking for contemporary workspace with individual character. With suites available on flexible leases for four people up to 24, there are a variety of options available to your business for immediate requirements and in the long term as your business grows.
Abney Hall is a collection of characterful small suites in Cheadle. Rooms in the historic building all come with their own unique features from period fireplaces, wood panelling to stain glass windows. A grand main entrance makes a statement for staff and visitors arriving at the hall: the front door gives way to an ornately tiled hallway and carved wooden staircase. Built in 1847 by cotton magnate Alfred Orell, Abney Hall is steeped in history and character. Most notably Agatha Christie stayed with family in the building and wrote two of her novels here. During the 1850s August Pugin, co-designer of the interior of the Palace of Westminster, was employed to undertake alterations to the building. Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband and King Edward VII were also recorded as guests at the mansion.
When you’re running a business, you know how quickly things can change, so you need a workspace that can change with you. You need an extra desk today, a boardroom tomorrow. You need inspiration and energy, connections and collaboration.
We’ve been in business for over 40 years, so we understand. With flexible spaces in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham, we connect you to the Bruntwood community, opening the door to a world of inspiration, opportunity and amenities to help your business thrive.
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