About The Property
- Well serviced village location with excellent access to A14
- Suitable for offices or a variety of uses within Class E
- Ideal base for agile/blended working
- Landscaped, green open spaces
- Providing 1,791 sq ft (166.4 sq m)
- Excellent car parking
- 50% rent reduction in first year (subject to contract)
The historic and well serviced village of Woolpit is strategically situated 9 miles east of Bury St Edmunds and approximately 6 miles west of Stowmarket with its mainline rail service to London (1hr 20 mins).
The village lies in the important A14 corridor with its excellent links to Ipswich (19 miles), the east coast ports and Cambridge (37 miles), the midlands and London to the west—the latter reached by the M11. London Stansted airport is within 65 miles.
Brickfields Business Park lies on the edge of the village, off the old Stowmarket Road, less than a mile from the access point to the A14. The development enjoys an attractive landscaped setting with a large pond providing focal point.
Unit 2 comprises a modern and flexible business park premises providing high specification space on ground and first floors. The unit has an attractive full height glazed frontage, ground floor reception & open plan working area, kitchen and WC. The first floor provides open plan working area and two good sized office/meeting rooms.
The building provides the following gross internal floor areas:
Sq M Sq Ft
Ground Floor 83.2 896
First Floor 83.2 896
Total 166.4 1,791
£18,000 per annum, exclusive of VAT. A 50% rent reduction can be offered in the first year subject to overall terms.
The unit is available on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed.
An estate charge based on 2.5% of the annual rent plus VAT is recharged to the tenant to recover the cost of maintaining, repairing, lighting & landscaping the external common areas and grounds.
D-94. A full copy of the report is available from the agents on request.
VAT is payable on the rent and estates charge.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction. The Tenant will be required to provide an undertaking to pay the Landlord’s abortive legal costs should they not proceed once solicitors are instructed.