“Allegedly where Dick Turpin stashed his ill-gotten gains”, the buildings form part of “The Barns at Harwoods House” development, right at the roundabout junction of the B4100 Warwick to Banbury Road and the B4455 Fosse Way, equidistant between Warwick and Gaydon, close to the village of Ashorne in glorious Warwickshire countryside.
The Forge has been let to Silverstone Auctions, formed in 2011 and a world-renowned specialist auction house for the sale of classic cars, modern supercars, all types of competition cars, modern and historic motorcycles as well as automotive memorabilia.
The Dairy has been let to Selux UK Ltd, part of the worldwide Selux Group, founded in Germany who create interior and exterior lighting solutions, or, luminaires.
David Penn, Partner at Bromwich Hardy comments:
“when we were asked to advise in respect of Harwoods House, we were very confident of attracting quality companies such as these and both occupiers were identified quickly to these quality buildings, which are full of character, yet very contemporary in their functionality.
The location is excellent and very prominent and the landlord has taken a good deal of time to ensure that each tenant has got what it needs; good landlord and tenant relations can be so important.
I predict further activity in the near future at this great scheme.”