The Grade II* listed building dating back to the 17th century benefits from training rooms and office accommodation spread across two floors.
The Old Rectory standing within a former walled garden containing some original features including medieval buildings, the remains of an old knot garden and water feature contribute to the exceptional heritage significance. Internal features include the 17th century staircase and 18th century panelled windows.
Houghton-le-Spring is part of the City of Sunderland in the county of Tyne and Wear. It is situated between the Cathedral City of Durham (7 miles) and the centre of the City of Sunderland (6.7 miles). The Old Rectory has very good road links situated 2.1 miles from A19, 4.6 miles from A1 Junction 63 at Chester-Le-Street, 4.4 miles from A1 Junction 62 at A690 near Ramside Hall. The Old Rectory is also near Tyne Tunnel (11 miles) and Newcastle Train Station (14 miles). For travelling further Newcastle International Airport is 21 miles from The Old Rectory and Durham Tees Valley International Airport 26.7 miles.
The Old Rectory has the following furnished accommodation:
- Small office space from £85 per month
- Larger office space from £460 per month
- Members lounge
- Reception area