Strutt House is an impressive Grade II* Listed stone built two-storey office building that also incorporates the 18th Century Road Archway and Footbridge currently utilised for storage.
The building is part of the Belper Mill complex, located in Belper sited alongside the picturesque setting of the River Derwent, which is a popular tourism destination.
Belper has a rich industrial heritage and lies at the heart of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site.
The Belper Mills complex is located in the centre of the town Belper, 8 miles to the north of Derby, on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The site itself is located on the A6, a main arterial route through Derbyshire, with good accessibility to the A38. Junction 26 of the M1 is 17 miles away. It is approximately 20 miles from Nottingham, 55 miles from Manchester and 138 miles from London.
Belper train station is just 0.7 miles away with journey times to Derby (12 mins), Manchester (2 hours) and London (2.5 hours).