Regent Court, Rugby - CV21 2PN
This is a three-storey Victorian property in tree-lined Regents Place, a conservation area within the commercial district of Rugby town centre. Accessible 24-hours a day, the building has been extensively renovated to a very high standard, blending stylish contemporary décor and modern influences with the building's original period features. This prestigious address houses eight individual office suites that share a smart entrance hall, giving a fine first impression for visitors, an attractive kitchen, meeting room, landscaped courtyard and luxury washrooms. There are parking spaces available on site.
The town centre's business, leisure, retail facilities and railway station are all within a few minutes' walk of Regents Court and there's plenty of visitor on-street car parking around Regents Place with numerous long stay car parks nearby. Rugby is well known for its collection of vibrant restaurants and public houses and the many quaint villages that ring the town offer some of Warwickshire's hidden treasures. The property mirrors the town centre's rich history that can be traced back to medieval times, with a blend of new and old. The Modern Art Gallery, housing contemporary British art and the Clock Tower shopping centre give way to narrow streets revealing Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
- IT / Telecomms
- IT support
- Shared Internet
- 24-hour access
- Security system
- Services & Amenities
- Meeting rooms
- Workspace Features
- City/town centre
- Close to mainline train station
- Period building
Local Area Info
The market town of Rugby in Warwickshire is often credited as being the birthplace of rugby. Rugby sits on the banks of the River Avon, 13 miles east of Coventry.
Much of Rugby's economy is based on industry. The engineering and cement making sectors are major employers, including Rolls-Royce and Rugby Cement. The area is also the site of gas and steam turbines operated by the General Electric Company (GE) and Associated Electrical Industries (AEI). Warehousing and distribution have also become major employers with the arrival of several large industrial parks since the 1980s.
Rugby is located close to the M1, M6 and M45 motorways, offering convenient access to communities across the United Kingdom. Rail services link the town with London, Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport, and communities throughout the North West.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731