300-year-old Cams Hall, with its Portland Stone frontage and dramatic parkland setting overlooking Portsmouth Harbour, is gradually revealed to visitors approaching via its impressive drive.
The listed Georgian mansion has been extensively refurbished and equipped for modern business, including HSDL connectivity, without compromising its elegance.
This landmark building, with plentiful parking, stands alongside a successful business park, home to Teleport T1, a world-class telecommunications facility that is proving a magnet for high-tech businesses. Nearby leisure facilities include the estate's own cafe, the adjoining Cams Hall golf club and the yachting mecca of the Solent. Unhampered access to the M27, at nearby Junction 11, gives Cams Hall a huge catchment area. Motorways link it to London and the international airports of Heathrow and Gatwick, as well as to the regional airport of Southampton.
The attractive town of Fareham stands between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, with their continental ferry ports. Its rail station provides regular commuter and intercity train services.
Cams Hall has level ground floor access, a lift to the first and second floor and disabled cloakrooms on the ground and first floor.