- FULLY FURNISHED
- KITCHEN AND SHOWER FACILITIES
- HEART OF NORWICH LOCATION
- VARIOUS SIZES TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS
- PRICES FROM £650 PCM
- FLEXIBLE TERMS AVAILABLE
- ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED
- COMPLETELY RE-FURBISHED
**RENT A FIXED DESK**
Would you like the stability of having a fixed desk space you can really call your own? A fixed desk gives you access to a private desk space that will always be as you left it. This gives you room to permanently set up home, with space to store your papers, files and equipment, so you don’t have to lug your laptop to and from work every day. You’ll be given an office key so you’re free to pop in and use your desk space whenever you want.
Why this solution may be right for you:
- You will have access to a great co-working community you love and don’t want to leave
- A place to store personal papers and small items of office equipment
- Flexible contracts –rent for a month or more
- Allows you to really make a desk your own and express your identity and personality
- Perfect if you want a permanent place to work, but don’t want to be stuck in a secluded office
- An economical way to have your own space without paying for an entire office
These prestigious and completely renovated offices in the heart of Norwich comprise of a fully-furnished private office space of varying size from 1 to 8 members of staff, equipped with modern, ergonomic office furniture; high-speed wireless internet; fixed telephone lines and handsets; plus access to Communal facilities include meeting rooms; a kitchen with tea and coffee-making facilities; a sumptuous reception area/entrance hall;. All utility costs , including keys, secure entry, high speed internet access, cleaning and maintenance of both offices and the shared spaces, are included. Bike storage and shower facilities are also available on site.
The property is an imposing listed building of two storey height plus attic and basement. It dates primarily to the early 18th century, although a small number of potentially 17th-century features may represent the surviving traces of an earlier structure. The present red brick building has a flint west wall, pantile roof and an elaborate pedimented wooden doorcase on the street façade. Internal features of note include a rococo plaster ceiling and a stair with corkscrew balisters that was reset or imported when the entrance hall was rearranged, perhaps during the 19th century.