Mention Lichfield and you will almost certainly think of this historic city's three spired medieval cathedral and perhaps its annual summertime music festival.
You might even know about its wealth of pubs. But would you think about it in the same mental breath as offies?
No? Well, you should do, according to local letting agents like John Bryce, of office specialist KWB.
The city has plenty of choice for any-one looking for new freehold offices - some of them in courtyard locations - either as an occupier or an investor.
And if you want an example, then he will happily point to a development like Parkside Court, where the footloose ocupier will be spoiled for choice between 16 two-storey self-contained office buildings off Greenhough Road in what agents describe as a picturesque location next to Beacon Park.
According to Mr Bryce, the buildings are being completed to a high specification that includes an energy-efficient heating/cooling system, three-compartment perimeter and floor trunking, double-glazed windows and carpeting.
There's 24,000 sq ft in all, with units ranging in size from 1,242sq ft up to 3,451sq ft, although he makes the point that potential occupiers can upsize if they go for a design-and-build option at the second phase of the development.
Well, KWB is quoting rentals of £17.25sq ft, with freeholds going at any-thing from £246,000 to £452,845 for the biggest and best unit.
You can find more detail at the website - www.kwboffice.co.uk - together with some guidance on the ins and outs of buying units at courtyard office schemes in places like Lichfield.
"There is still a huge appeal to many small and medium-sized businesses in having their own front door and we are still seeing many businesses purchasing their own small units on a courtyard scheme," enthuses Mr Bryce.
"There is the additional attraction for buy-to-let investors that many of the courtyard schemes are in out-of-town, out-of-major-centre locations. This means they can invest in property close to their homes and keep an eye on their investments. Places like Lichfield are not necessarily locations where you would automatically think 'office accommodation' but they are all proving to be successful schemes for this reason."
If you want other examples of high-quality office space in and around Lichfield, then rival office agency Kingston and Partners - joint agent for Parkside Court - has some.
City Wharf is one of them. Drive out to Davidson Road, off Upper St John Street, on the edge of the city centre and you will find nine new high-spec offices with door-entry intercom system.
Kingston and joint agents Harris Lamb are willing to talk turkey on a leasehold or freehold basis but they advise foot-loose occupiers to be quick because only one block is unsold or not already under offer.
And to underscore the point about Lichfield's popularity, property profession-als cite the upmarket Lichfield South development near junction five of the M6 Toll, where two of the headquarters-style buildings were pre-let and the third was quickly snapped up at rentals based on £18.50 per sq ft.