295, Hasland Road, Hasland, Chesterfield, S41
- *Well situated former contractors yard
- *A variety of buildings of 2,076 sq. ft., 192.86 sq. m approx within a useful plot
- *Considered suitable for a wide variety of potential commercial uses
- *Potential for development subject to obtaining the necessary consents
A rare opportunity to acquire a well-proportioned former contractor's yard in an excellent position, considered suitable for a wide variety of potential commercial uses comprising of a variety of buildings of 2,076 sq. ft. / 192.86 sq. m approx. within a useful plot
***Potential for development subject to obtaining the necessary consents***
The property is situated on the approach to the suburban village of Holland from Chesterfield along the B6039 Hasland Road, lying approximately one and a quarter miles to the south east of Chesterfield town centre.
Situated within a populated urban location flanked by housing, otherwise backing onto the local infant/junior school in what is predominantly a residential location.
The property has frontage to and vehicle access directly from Hasland Road, Hasland village centre lies a short distance further along to the south east.
The property is considered within accessible travel and servicing distance of the surrounding populated areas, ease of access to the main road system including the A61 through Chesterfield, the main A617 to junction 29 of the motorway M1 further to the south east facilitates ease of travel and servicing to and from the premises further afield.
The property comprises a former builder's yard long established in this otherwise residential location, previously owned and occupied by a local firm of specialist property damp proofing and insulation contractors, since let to an equestrian and pet product supplier over many years.
On site are a number of buildings including a detached brick-built office building with toilet and washing facilities, a former workshop now fitted out and equipped as a retail sales shop, together with two adjacent buildings under lean-to roofs forming warehousing and storage facilities.
There is an open yard area affording useful exterior parking and storage facilities, loading and unloading, access, staff and customer parking etc. Etc.
The overall site area is estimated to extend to approximately 811 sq. Yds., 678 sq. M or thereabouts as more clearly identified by the area verged red on the plan copy enclosed.
Construction of Buildings
1.Office building, single storey brick built under pitched roof clad with rosemary tiled roof.
2.Former workshop/sales shop building, also of brick construction under pitched roof clad with hardrow tiles.
3.A lean-to structure between the above described sales shop building and the warehouse adjacent.
The end walls are of timber studding and clad construction with roller shutter entrance door contained under a lean-to single pitched roof clad with recently replaced profile metal claddings supplied by well-known local manufacturer Coverworld.
4.Warehouse building also of brick construction 41/2 brickwork on 9 piers, contained under a single pitched lean-to roof clad with newly installed (2019) profile metal claddings incorporating translucent roof lights supplied by well-known local manufacturer Coverworld.
The accommodation of the above described buildings is briefly as follows: Approx.
Front entrance lobby )
Toilet with wc, whb installed ) 42 sq. Ft3.9 sq. M
Office 10'6 x 8'2 86 sq. Ft8 sq. M
Office 10'6 x 8'10 92 sq. Ft8.6 sq. M
Workshop/sales shop 42'0 x 16'8 701 sq. Ft65.16 sq. M
Warehouse No. One 38'1 x 16'8 maximum overall 589 sq. Ft54.69 sq. M
Warehouse No. Two 34'3 x 14'10 overall 482 sq. Ft44.77 sq. M
Washroom and storage 14'10 x 8'0 maximum overall 84 sq. Ft7.84 sq. M
We calculate an overall gross internal area of 2,076 sq. Ft192.86 sq. M
Open yard to the rear extending to approximately 275 sq. Yds.
Additional storage area along front entrance drive 140 sq. Yds
Adjacent to the office building there is an old oil storage tank, bunded but assumed unused over many years.
There is a mains water stand pipe in the yard.
The property appears connected to mains gas, water, electricity and drainage services, the property has a short frontage to and vehicle access directly from Hasland Road the B6059 which constitutes an adopted highway maintainable at public expense.
Rating List Assessment
Upon website enquiry we believe the property is entered in the current rating list at £6,200 Rateable Value under the description of workshop and premises.
Under present concessions it is unlikely that the present occupiers if entitled to small business relief will be paying any non-domestic rate charges at the present time.
The property is situated within the Chesterfield Borough Council's administrative area