About The Property
• Gross Internal Area 5,626 sq ft (522.9 sq m)
• Separate store building of 2,016 sq ft (187.4 Sq m)
• LOW RENT accommodation for a variety of uses
• On site storage or car parking available
• Shared secure yard
The property is situated on the established Northern Way Industrial Estate which is located approximately 2 miles north of Bury St Edmunds town centre. The estate has a mixture of car showrooms, quasi-retail and industrial uses.
The property comprises a detached former office building with steel profile clad elevations under a trussed roof. Internally the property has gas fired central heating, upvc windows and suspended ceilings with recessed lights. Toilet facilities are provided.
The premises can be operated for a variety of uses and the landlord would consider making changes to the unit to accommodate workshop or storage requirements.
The detached store is of rendered block construction under a pitched fibrous cement sheet roof. This building is suitable for storage purposes and does not have a toilet, the landlord would consider installing a toilet if required.
The yard is available for storage purposes or for parking vehicles. Parts of the yard are currently let off for storage purposes to third parties. Additional rent will be charged based on the amount of yard or car parking numbers required.
The property has the following approximate gross internal areas:
Office/Store: 5,626 sq ft 522.9 sq m
Detached Store: 2,016 sq ft 187.4
Office/Store: £15,000 per annum exclusive.
Detached Store: £7,500 per annum exclusive
External Yard: £1 per sq ft or £200 per annum per car parking space.
The offices/store has an EPC rating of D-94 Contact the agents for more information.
The property is included in the 2017 Ratings List with a rateable value of £41,250 for both buildings. The premises will be re-rated if the property is let in part. For further information please contact Anglia Revenues Partnerships on 01362 656871
The office benefits from mains gas, electric and water supply.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs on completion of this transaction. The ingoing tenant will be required to provide an undertaking to pay the Landlord’s abortive legal costs should they not proceed once solicitors are instructed