Work has started at Milton Hall in Milton, Cambridge, to transform the iconic Grade II listed Georgian Manor House into a unique serviced office environment.  Once finished, Milton Hall will offer 37 offices with high quality office furniture and fittings along with four meeting rooms.

The new look Milton Hall promises to be a big draw for small to medium sized businesses looking for something a bit different.  Room sizes will range from offices for just two people up to accommodation for teams of 20+ with excellent on-site amenities and support services.

Steeped in history, Milton Hall boasts many original features, high ceilings and sweeping lawns and will offer an exceptional work environment.  Director of Milton Hall Estates Tony Cheeseman said "we are very excited to be offering a unique opportunity for local businesses - prestige offices in beautiful surroundings just minutes from Cambridge City Centre".

Grade II listed Milton Hall has seen a wide variety of tenants over the past century including many high profile Earls and members of the church.  However, not many are aware of Milton Hall's humanitarian role during two wars.  During the Spanish Civil War the house was requisitioned as a home for refugee Basque children and again during the Second World War when it was used as a billet for servicemen.

For further information please contact Alan Matthews (01480 415720) or Ben Green (01223 467155).