Darley Abbey Stables Sanctuary LLP
Each of the available commercial units are highly individual, providing you with some very interesting features within your working environment.
Many of the historic fittings, such as the traditional horse stalls in the old stables, have been retained and refurbished - adding immense character to the workspaces.
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Workspaces with Character
Darley Abbey Stables is a Grade II-listed former stable block and neighbouring Bakehouse in Derby, which has recently undergone much-needed restoration.
The developer, Darley Abbey Stables Sanctuary LLP, has restored the buildings to create a mixed-use development, with a pilates & yoga studio plus boutique offices for small and medium-sized businesses. The scheme comprises eight workspaces with associated parking facilities, all set around a central courtyard on the edge of the beautiful and historic Darley Park.
The attractive units are being marketed through Derby-based commercial property agent Innes England. Regeneration work began in November 2013, and Darley Abbey Stables was completed in summer 2014.
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Located at the edge of picturesque Darley Park, the site is within walking distance of the historic Abbey pub, Darley's restaurant and a local convenience store in Darley Abbey village. It also adjoins Darley Park's Terrace Cafe.
Darley Abbey Stables forms part of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, yet is only two miles from Derby city centre. It enjoys ideal commuter access, being just a stone's throw from the junction of the A38 and A6 trunk roads, and less than 30 minutes by car from East Midlands Airport.
Darley Abbey Stables Sanctuary LLP has gone to great lengths to ensure that the important historical elements of this group of buildings, both outside and in, are refurbished to an extremely high standard, using materials in keeping with the site's heritage.
The developer is committed to delivering thoughtful conversions of listed buildings, while ensuring that the buildings themselves continue to "live" and remain relevant for modern uses.
The Building Sanctuary
The Old Registry
Undergone Careful Restoration