These well located premises form part of Brook Court, a small industrial estate lying at the eastern end of Amber Drive, to the south of the centre of the west Derbyshire town of Langley Mill, on the county border with Nottinghamshire. The Derbyshire town of Heanor is to the west and the Nottinghamshire town of Eastwood to the east. The A610 Eastwood by-pass is approximately half a mile distant, providing access to Junction 26 of the M1 some four miles away. General description
A newly constructed two storey industrial/business unit providing warehouse/ production area at ground floor level with first floor office space/storage over. The unit is of steel portal frame construction with cavity walls having brick outer leaf at lower level and profiled sheet cladding to upper elevations and pitched roof. Fenestration has colour coated frames and double glazing.
A single roller shutter door serves the production/warehouse area with an additional personnel access into a ground floor hall.
First floor space has good natural light with double glazed windows to two elevations and additional roof lights. WC facilities are provided at ground floor level. Suspended ceilings are fitted to the ground floor space.
Externally two car parking spaces and a small service area are tarmacadam finished.
Services (Not Tested) Mains electricity, water and drainage. Outgoings
The premises have yet to be assessed for rating purposes
accommodation (with approximate dimensions)
Ground Floor Entrance Hall Production Area/Warehouse with roller shutter door WC with access for the disabled, WC suite and washbasin Estimated Gross Internal Floor Area 51m² ( 549 sq ft) Stairs off Entrance Hall to:-
First Floor Office/Storage 55m² ( 592 sq ft)
Estimated Gross Internal Floor Area 106m² (1141 sq ft) Outside
Two parking spaces Service forecourt Terms
The freehold land and building are offered for sale at a Guide Price of £135,000. Alternatively, a full repairing and insuring lease is available for a length of term to be negotiated at a rent of £13,500 per annum exclusive.
Energy performance certificate Awaited Legal costs
1) In the event of a freehold disposal, each party will bear its own costs. 2) In the event of a new lease, the landlord’s reasonable legal costs will be borne by the ingoing tenant. Viewing
By appointment with the sole marketing agents David Hammond Chartered Surveyors. Tel: Email: Energy performance certificate - Band C
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These particulars are for general guidance only, no contract or part contract is offered. Intending purchasers / lessees must inspect the property and satisfy themselves with details, dimensions and finishes. No warranty is given.
Purchasers’/Lessees’ attention is drawn to the following:- 1) All dimensions and floor areas are believed to be correct as measured on site. However, their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form any part of a contract or warranty. 2) Information as to Town & Country Planning matters and rating matters has been obtained by verbal enquiry only from the appropriate local authority. Prospective purchasers / lessees are advised to obtain written verification of the same prior to exchange of contracts. 3) All information as to the availability of services is based on observations made on site – the condition of these services has not been checked and prospective purchasers / lessees are advised to satisfy themselves of the condition of the same prior to an exchange of contracts. 4) Information regarding physical/structural characteristics, forms of construction and condition is based upon visual inspection on site internally and externally from ground level. Purchasers / lessees are advised to confirm these details prior to an exchange of contracts.
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