Check out the new 'Aston Martin Farm'!
Renowned Aston Martin specialist – Nicholas Mee & Co – is expanding into a state-of-the-art home on Hatfield Park Estate. Check it out!
Globally renowned Aston Martin specialist, Nicholas Mee & Co, has recently completed a multi-million-pound project – but it isn’t a DB, V8 Vantage or even a Cygnet. It’s a farm!
Rebuilding a collection of historic farm buildings in Essendon, Hertfordshire, the renovated structures will provide the vehicle specialist with spacious workshops equipped with the latest technologies to create the ‘definitive environment demanded by today’s discerning Aston Martin owner’.
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Forming part of the Hatfield Park Estate, the sympathetically repurposed 17th century buildings have been woven into the new heritage facility, covering a two-acre site in rural surroundings.
Having moved from West London over the summer months, Nicholas Mee & Co’s service, parts and car sales operations are now fully operational from the new site. The move comes during the firm’s 25th anniversary year.
Speaking of the move, Company Founder and Managing Director Nicholas Mee said: ‘This is an extremely exciting time for our company, our new and existing Aston Martin-owning clients and our dedicated workforce. As the ever-expanding classic car world continues to evolve, our relocation is in direct response to the needs of both our clients and ourselves.
‘Operational in our new home for some three months, the universal praise I’ve received from Aston Martin owners for our commitment to the future and standard of facilities, has been heartwarming.
'Away from the hustle and bustle of London, we’ve found our clients to be highly appreciative of the expansive facilities and relaxed rural ambiance, when visiting to discuss their requirements!’
The Essendonbury Farm heritage site incorporates a state-of-the-art, galleried show hall that can be configured for a variety of purposes, including customer and media events. While the expansive new workshops have already allowed Nicholas Mee & Co to develop further in-house activities, additional buildings on site also provide opportunity for the business to continue its growth over the coming years.
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