A historic Sutton Coldfield building dating back to the 1600s has changed hands in a deal worth reportedly £1.35 million.
The Birmingham-based real estate developer, Urban Village Captial, completed the acquisition of ‘The Moat House’ at Lichfield Road from previous owners Sutton Coldfield College.
Originally built in 1680 as a mansion house by architect and student of Sir Christopher Wren, William Wilson, as a home for his wife, the Grade II-listed building has since been converted into offices.
Director Kevin Patrick Sharkey, said: “The purchase of the Moat House represents a major investment in Sutton Coldfield by Urban Village Capital.
“It provides us with a unique, high-quality headquarters in a fantastic location. These are exciting times both for Sutton Coldfield and the wider Birmingham region, and we will continue to take advantage of attractive investment opportunities.”
Agents Burley Browne are also leasing out office space at The Moat House at sizes ranging from 1790 s
Offices ranging in size from 179 sq ft are available at £385 per month to 241 sq ft at £550 per month. For more information, please contact agents Burley Browne.