• Size:
    2,347 sq ft / 218 sq m
  • Usage:
    B1
  • Sale Type:
    To Let
  • Rental Income:
    N/A
  • Property Type:
    Offices
  • Auction:
    No
  • Development Opportunity:
    No
  • Investment Opportunity:
    No
  • Tenanted:
    No
  • Energy Rating:
    N/A

Chapel House is an extra ordinary conversion to the highest standards of a Victorian, Gothic Revival style building, originally designed by Bellamy and Hardy in 1850. In Nicholas Pevsner's Buildings of Leicestershire and Rutland they were described as the finest in the County.

The property has been sympathetically restored using traditional materials whilst incorporating insulation in the interior construction of roof walls and floor. Double glazed units with polycarbonate feature windows ensure security and are supported by smoke and fire alarm system.

A designer kitchen with fully fitted and tiled WC's fitted carpets and heritage interior colour schemes all add to making the premises unique in Loughborough.

A remotely monitored CCTV security system is fitted.

The main office areas have suspended ceilings with inset lighting, gas central heating including under floor heating to the central glazed atrium beneath English limestone flooring.

Chapel House is located on Leicester Road, Loughborough, to the south of Loughborough town centre with good access to the south via the A6 and A46 western bypass towards Leicester and north and west via the Epinal Way towards junction 23 of the M1 motorway.

The premises located on Leicester Road are highly unusual and offer a commanding and attractive situation being just inside the entrance to the town's old Victorian cemetery, surrounded by open grounds and mature trees.

The location offers a unique and imposing working environment benefitting from good communications to the local highly evolved road network. East Midlands Airport is 15 minutes away and Loughborough's main line railway station provides links to Leicester, Nottingham and London.