Offices, Conferences, Training, Consultation rooms, Film location, Pop-up space, Education, Community, Car parking & Garden
We think the Grange must be one of the oldest working office blocks in North West London. Over 300 years ago, in 1710, the owners of the Grove converted some existing outbuildings into Rose Cottage – and that building became the Grange and has had a varied past which includes being a private residence and a local museum. We took over the building in 2005. It has been quite a challenge, working with such an old building – but at least we are confident that it won’t fall down – the walls are really thick. We still run our business from here and have converted some of the space for use as offices to rent and some of the open plan areas for hire as training rooms. We have a great conservatory and beautiful gardens. The building is Grade II listed so we need to be sensitive about the way it is looked after.We believe that the Grange provides a great environment to work in.