The premises comprise of a substantial detached, two storey and attic former mansion house which has been extended to the rear with further accommodation provided at lower ground/terraced level all on a large site. The building is of traditional granite and slate construction in the main. The premises benefit from high levels of natural light throughout due to large windows to all elevations with a number of bay windows in the main building with the extension being mainly glazed walls to the main elevations.
Internally the building provides office accommodation that has been finished to an extremely high standard providing a wide range of open plan spaces, large rooms and smaller meeting spaces with w.c. and tea making facilities located throughout the building at all levels. In addition, the main building has a lift accessing all floor. The main building also retains period features to help create a unique offering to occupiers.
The main building is arranged over lower ground, ground, first and attic floor levels. The lower ground floor has high levels of light as it looks over Rubislaw Den with the extension arranged over ground floor and attic levels. The extension is access to the rear of the main building and provides good open plan office space at ground floor with further office/storage at attic level along with access to w.c. facilities.
The accommodation is generally carpeted throughout with the walls being painted as is the ceiling. Modern light fittings have been installed with heating provided by gas fired central heating.