The White House: Warrington’s Answer to Washington DC
Warrington may not be the home of the US President, nor the workplace of government officials. But it has its own answer to Washington DC in the form of The White House; a superb 18th century office property that could easily rival its namesake in terms of prestige and character.
Located in Wilderspool business park just south of Warrington, The White House is a Grade II listed building that provides serviced office space for small and medium-sized businesses.
A classic country mansion-style building with high ceilings, sash windows and a stone cherub fountain at the entrance to the property (interestingly, the DC-based White House was modelled on English country houses like this), the property has been fully refurbished and offers serviced space across three floors.
Starting from single offices, clients have the option to increase their amount of space and, typical of serviced offices, also benefit from flexible terms which allows for short-term occupancy and instant move-in.
New photographs of The White House have recently been added to the building’s profile page on officebroker.com, which shows off its light-filled offices, stylish meeting rooms and characteristics such as original archways and bay windows.
There is an on-site team and a staffed reception offering excellent services such as telephone answering and admin assistance, along with a host of key amenities including Wi-Fi broadband, video conferencing facilities and secure on-site car parking.
Read more about this property and view the latest photographs online at officebroker.com: Warrington ΓÇô The White House.