The Moat House, 133 Newport Road, Stafford
- To Let
178 sq.ft. (16.54 sq.m.)
- One office available following recent lettings
- Six month licence arrangements
- Availability from September/October 2021 onwards as at August 2021
- Prestige Grade II listed building
- Centrally-heated and carpeted rooms
- Extensive car parking
- Inclusive rentals
- Convenient for town centre and station
- Rates free for qualifying occupiers
The Moat House is situated on the fringe of the Town Centre just off the north side of Newport Road between its junctions with Lichfield Road and Victoria Road. Junctions 13 & 14 of the M6 Motorway are three and two miles distant respectively and provide access to Manchester and the north-west, London and the south-east by way of the M1 link and Bristol and the south-west through its connection with the M5.
Stafford's mainline station provides Intercity connections throughout the national rail network and is located within a short walking distance.
The Moat House is an imposing detached Grade II listed Regency style building accessed over a river bridge and is of two- and part three-storey brick and tile construction with a stucco finish to the front and side elevations.
The premises provide office accommodation at ground, first and second floor levels accessed through an impressive entrance hall and let as sixteen individual rooms, some of which have been combined to create small suites.
The cellular offices are offered on a six monthly licence basis either singly or in various combinations to accommodate floor area requirements from 107 sq.ft. (9.94 sq.m.) upwards depending on availability at the time. The rooms are accessed off central corridors and have LED lighting and carpeting fitted. Shared male and female WCs along with refreshment facilities are located on the ground floor.
The availability of this space offers an ideal opportunity for new or established businesses to acquire attractive offices in a prestige building on highly flexible occupancy terms not requiring any long-term commitment and with the benefit of on-site car parking and easy access to the town centre and transport infrastructure. The letting arrangement tends to suit businesses preferring not to be tied into a long term obligation although some of the current occupiers have been in the building for ten years or more.