Hillgate House is a unique self-contained office built in 1851 by James Betts of St Pancras. Arranged over lower ground, ground and first floor, each floor benefits from toilets, a bespoke kitchenette and meeting rooms.
This characterful building has good natural light on all floors. The first floor in particular benefits from exceptional volume and an abundance of daylight from the original arched windows as well as roof lights within the high vaulted ceiling.
The building has been recently refurbished to provide a high specification, creative office building, which is available on a floor-by-floor basis or as a whole. Each floor benefits from wooden floors, new LED lighting, air-conditioning, meeting rooms, phone
pods and flexible wiring for desks.