Hyde Hall Farm is located 1 mile from the A10 near Buntingford, with easy access to Cambridge, London and the surrounding area. The business units are in a secure location half a mile along a tree lined private road.
The Corn Store is currently being converted from a stunning 500 year old brick barn and will offer 1,750 sq.ft, mainly to the ground floor but with the added benefit of a mezzanine first floor office. The building offers full height vaulted ceilings, feature windows, underfloor heating, kitchenette and 3 WCs.
The Old Stables extends to circa 1,200 sq.ft set within converted stables dating to the 16th century. Of brick and flint construction the building was converted in 2016 and retains many of the original features with exposed timbers, beams and vaulted ceilings, whilst providing modern internal office specification. The unit has a kitchenette and 2 WCs (one an accessible wet room).
o Pleasant rural setting
o Landlord lives and works on site
o Ample parking
o Buntingford – 3 miles
o Royston – 7 miles
o A1(M) J9 – 9 miles
o Cambridge – 23 miles
o M25 J25 – 25 miles
1,200 – 2,950 sq.ft
The Corn Store – £2,185 per month plus vat
The Old Stables – £1,600 per month plus vat
Flexible, but on an insuring basis and with the Security of Tenure Provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 contracted out. A deposit equal to 3 months rent will be payable.
A service charge of no greater than 7.5% of the annual rent may be payable to cover the reasonable cost of maintenance of common areas. Details of any costs would be disclosed and shared according to use.
Rates are currently not payable. If they do become payable, payment would become the Tenant’s responsibility.
The Tenant is responsible for the Landlord’s reasonable legal costs of £ 650 plus vat for the preparation of a Business Tenancy Agreement. £350 plus vat of this is payable in advance.
Strictly by prior appointment and only after having completed a short Business Use questionnaire. The Landlord lives & works on site, so any use would have to fit in with their enjoyment of their surrounding property.
EPCs have been commissioned.