The former home of Horsham’s Hurst family, Park House, was until recently the offices  for Horsham District Council. Following the purge to reduce the number of public ‘roof tops’ the council employees have started co-habiting with the County Council just a few hundred yards away in County Hall North (Parkside).

An old picture from the archives
An old picture from the archives

Now Park House has a huge ‘to let’ sign parked on the wall and a range of 12 office suites are (were) available. They range from 84 (8) to 1200 (109) square feet (metres) and ‘benefit from’ shared kitchen and WCs at prices from £20 per square foot. The letting agent is Crickmay and Son and the property details are on their site.

Office accommodation is offered over part ground and first floors within this attractive Grade II listed detached building with views from the rear across Horsham Park. Suites are available individually or can be taken to suit occupiers’ needs.

Suites benefit from shared kitchen and WC facilities. There may also be the possibility of use of The Wicker Room for meetings.

 
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