I have been a self employed work for hire software developer/troubleshooter for 27+ years. So have a lot of experience with work areas.
Choice 1, for servers would be lease virtual servers, Where ever it works for you.
Choice 2, if want full control of physical servers, rent a half rack secure space in an established data center that has full power backup, fire control and 24/7 access control security.
Choice 3, rent commercial space at least 2 rooms, one office, one servers and storage.
For access control setup full VPN access for work and management. And only open public ports where needed./wanted.
Do your server stuff using option 1, 2 or 3, I use all 3 options and have never had issues, Don't try to duplicate what they do much better than you ever could do. And the comments about not working where your servers are except when needed IS very valid. They are warm and noisy ;) I know when I go to the secure data center. I wear a t-shirt and take headphones for ear protection ;)
I also have an office (2 miles from my home), 2 rooms (one for my office, one for some servers) with a door between and I still work in my home office most of the time ;)
Then make a really nice office work space in your home. And it must be isolated. Dump laptops and go with a nice workstation. Multiple monitors, etc. if you do go with a laptop, get one capable of having a nice docking station, that can support multiple monitors real keyboard, mouse etc. I do have several laptops I use for onsite stuff based on the needs.
I know it really does not address your question. But in my experience your option is not one I would entertain. Because in the past I have tried it. I did everything in my home, various rooms, before I got married ;) Thankfully marriage forced some great for me ;) changes ;)