About the Property
Two purchase options available:
£325,000 excluding equipment
£450,000 including all equipment
Based in Tetbury in the Cotswolds, 2hrs from Central London, Modern World Studios offers everything you will need from a high-end recording studio.
The interior studio build by White Mark is the highest quality that cost several hundred thousand pounds.
It is equipped for recording any genre of music and also full 5.1 movie post-production. The design, of world leader White Mark Ltd. (Real World, Hit Factory, SSL demonstration rooms,) the no-expense-spared installation has resulted in a studio that quite simply needs to be experienced to be believed.
The building has a brand new roof and a £50k air conditioning system. The shell of the building is in an excellent state and the real-estate on its own has been valued at £175k.
The equipment – approx £200k worth – including the first commercially available SSL Duality desk to be installed in the UK, the Exigy stereo and 5.1 monitoring system, extensive outboard and plug-in range, huge mic and instrument collection as well as all the furniture, DVD projector and screen etc. are all included in the sale.
The main room is 460 sq ft. (43 sq m) and the drum room is 320 sq ft (25.5 sq m).
This is a first-rate studio situated on a quiet, friendly estate in lush English countryside, a 3000 sq ft warehouse in the picturesque Cotswold town of Tetbury, Gloucestershire (100 miles West of London).
There is scope to develop additional production areas using space at the front of the building that is currently used as a small fitness studio.
Ancillary to the studio is a neighbouring residential accommodation (not for sale), owned by a separate freeholder. A long-standing arrangement exists for its continuous availability as the studio’s “own” residential facilities.
Previous clients include…..
Sade, Lily Allen, The Doves, PiL, Dappy, Cherry Ghost, Katy B, Jon Lord with producers Greg Haver, Dan Austin, Sean Genockey, James Towler, Steve Osborne, Craig Pruess, David Tickle, Phill Brown, Gerard John, Paul Corkett, Romesh Dadangoda (lost prophets) Matt Schofield, The Heavy, Marcus Bonfanti, John Poole, Ed Buller, Detroit Social Club, The Futures, Ken Nelson, Winchell Riots and many more.