Communications agency Connect PR has purchased a historic farmhouse dating back to the 16th century for its new HQ.
The Wolverhampton-based firm has bought Aspley Farm, in South Staffordshire, and will move its 25-strong team, including sister company Seal Communications which it acquired last year, over the coming months.
The farmhouse is Grade II listed and was built in 1507.
Managing director Hazel Crawford said the purchase was a step change in the company's 17-year history.
"Aspley Farm offers the business room to grow and, in turn, increase our client portfolio and team size," she said.
"The location is truly superb and will play an integral part in our growth strategy."
The purchase, for an undisclosed sum, was supported by NatWest with legal advice from Higgs & Sons.
Maria Nicol, commercial property solicitors from Higgs & Sons, said: "Property purchases can often bring challenges but I think it's fair to say that the age of Aspley Farm added to the complexity of this deal."
First City provided planning support and financial advice was from Lancaster Haskins.