The site is split into three distinct areas. At the front of the site lies a dilapidated former abattoir alongside a previously used residential dwelling. The main building comprises a newer purpose-built abattoir consisting of steel portal frame construction with full height profile cladding supporting an insulated profile metal clad roof. The building is configured to provide office / welfare accommodation at first floor. The ground floor has been fitted out as an abattoir complete with several chill rooms. The building benefits a good incoming power supply, mains gas, 2 dock level loading doors and additional loading facilities around the building. All fixtures will be removed from the property however the chillers / refrigeration units are to remain in situ. In the area of the dilapidated former abattoir and dwelling the site could offer part development / redevelopment potential in addition to the expansion land to the rear (2.76acres) which might be suitable for development. The possibility of development / re-development would be subject to planning and no discussions have been held between the vendor and local authority in this respect.
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The property comprises a mid-terraced commercial unit incorporating two storey office accommodation. The offices within the property have been extended through and occupy most of the ground floor. Reconfiguration is possible to enlarge the office or warehouse space. The unit retains it's roller shutter access and an element of storage. Externally the property features parking for 5 vehicles. Additional parking can be provided upon request.
Situated to the right-hand side and rear of 4A Selbury Drive, the subject building comprises a semi-detached part single-storey part two-storey industrial building of traditional brick construction under a series of flat roofs. The ground floor has been configured in an L shaped configuration to provide predominantly functional production / warehouse accommodation with a solid concrete floor throughout. A mezzanine has also been erected which provides useful storage space. The first floor has been arranged to provide 5 offices together with kitchen and WC facilities. The offices are heated by way of a gas central heating system. Externally, there is forecourt parking and loading.
The property had previously been used as an independent primary school and is split into two principal elements; the main house (Grade II Listed) and the former stable block (Grade II Listed). The main house is a three storey property internally configured to provide a series of cellular rooms formerly used as classrooms and ancillary purposes. The original building is of 18th Century construction with stone featured walling which has been partially rendered and a slate roof. The former stable block was the dining room, storage area, and gymnasium (at first floor). This element of the demise was constructed during the late 17th Century and features stone walling and a mix of slate and concrete tiles. The property is set within extensive mature grounds with separate pedestrian and vehicular access from Church Street. The boundary wall to the Property fronting Church Street is also Grade II Listed.
The property is broadly a rectangular unit with two steel roller shutter doors. The property is part of a larger unit which has undergone internal sub-division to create a series of industrial units. Internally the unit comprises open warehouse / workshop space with partitioned office space. The unit features three phase power, mains gas, and water. Externally the unit benefits from a secure compound to the side elevation and allocated parking in front of the units.
The property comprises the office element of a detached industrial unit set within a secure gated site. The property is of a steel portal frame structure with sheet metal clad elevations beneath a profile metal. The accommodation is arranged to provide clear open office accommodation split over two storeys. The offices are equipped with suspended ceiling, category II lighting, floorboxes, heating & cooling, separate meeting rooms and kitchenette. There is also lift access. Externally the property benefits from staff/visitor parking for ample vehicles.
The subject development comprises a purpose built 700 student bed scheme, with commercial elements across the ground, first and second floors. The commercial elements will be finished to a shell and core condition, although various provisions may be made available. Practical completion for this part of the scheme is targeted for Q4 2023.
The property is an end terrace industrial/warehouse unit comprising steel portal frame construction with full height cavity brick / blockwork elevations. Internally, the unit has been refurbished and is complete with well-proportioned office and welfare space. The unit benefits from a single roller shutter door. The eaves height at the lowest point is 2.75m. The property features three phase power and mains gas which serves the gas warm air blow heaters. Externally, the property has 5 allocated car parking spaces within the shared yard.
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