Brooklyn House is a Grade II listed former dwelling house dating to the early/mid 19th Century of red brick elevations beneath a pitched Swithland slate pitched roof, three-storey construction with additional two-storey extensions to the rear and right-hand side and detached former stable building.
The premises have been converted and refurbished to provide attractive serviced office accommodation benefiting from gas heating and mains electrics with each office being individually assessed for Business Rates. There is a mixture of professional Tenants within the property.
There is a shared kitchen and WC facilities to each floor and a meeting room located on the ground floor which can be booked by the Tenants.
Externally there is a secure car park and each office has 1 designated car parking space.
Brooklyn House is a substantial local landmark in central Shepshed fronting Brook Street and Paterson Place.
The property occupies a corner plot with vehicle access into dedicated parking from Paterson Place.
Shepshed itself is located superbly for the M1 motorway, Junctions 23 and 24, both within easy access of the subject property. Junction 23 is approximately 1.7 miles to the south and Junction 24 is approximately 6 miles to the north.