Holcombe Mill is a Grade 2 listed structure on an original mill estate in the Nailsworth Valley, near Stroud. It is a three storey building with a stone slate roof, originally built between 1850 and 1855. The mill was rescued from near dereliction and, in the process of restoration, has been converted into flexible, serviced office space for one or more occupiers.
The new architectural interventions, including a unique entrance canopy, metal staircase and services, are designed to be of high quality, sympathetic to the industrial origins of the mill building, yet remain clearly legible as modern. Natural ventilation and high levels of natural daylight combined with the historic features of the original building will provide a pleasant working environment for future tenants.