Crabtree Hall Business Centre is a prestigious office development in North Yorkshire along the the A1 corridor, midway between Leeds and Newcastle. The Pybus were motivated by a desire to create a sustainable enterprise that utilises the existing assets to their full potential and fills a gap in the rural office space market.
The Business Centre site was originally a Georgian model farm, built in the 18th century by the renowned Yorkshire architect John Carr. Over thecenturies traditional brick buildings have been added, that lend the whole site to be developed into a comprehensive range of eleven office units, ranging from 250 to 3000 square foot. Many of the original John Carr features have been retained. The new-build sections of the site were designed by a local architect to complete the original architecture as well as make a modern statement about the site. The superb transport links around Crabtree Hall and the majestic views overlooking Lower Wensleydale to the west and the Vale of Mowbray to the east make this an outstanding opportunity for companies wanting to avoid congestion, pollution and associated costs of urban areas.
Crabtree Hall is situated in North Yorkshire within ¼ mile of the A1 and boasts a high tech meeting room with an interactive white board perfect for presentations and training sessions and seating for 16 in a board room style or 40 in a theatre style. The conference room is available for hire to occupiers and external customers. The layout of the units naturally forms a community, creating a mutually beneficial business environment.
Other facilities include on-site catering, free car parking and trim trails in the surrounding countryside.