Main Street, Bolsover
- Detached premises in prominent corner position
- 2,152 sq. ft of flexible accommodation
- Suitable for a variety of uses incl. light industrial, leisure, community or other commercial uses
- Open plan workshop of 1,012 sq. ft
- Open plan office of 533 sq. ft
- Private office, Kitchen
- Gas central heating
- uPVC double glazing
- Security shuttering to frontage
- Fenced perimeter
EXCELLENT DETACHED COMMERCIAL PREMISES
EXTENDING TO 2,152 SQ. FT.,
SUITABLE FOR A VARIETY OF PURPOSES
Available by prior appointment to be arranged through the Marketing Agents and by courtesy of the current tenants.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage services have previously been connected or are available to serve the premises.
Freehold under title number DY438065 - Title Deeds and documents have not been inspected or verified by ourselves.
Entered in the Rating List at £5,700 Rateable Value under the description of offices and premises.
N.B. A successful application for small business relief will exempt the occupier from payment of non-domestic rates under current arrangements.
The premises are situated within the Bolsover District Council's administrative area.
Offers in the region of £150,000 are invited for the freehold interest.
The premises are currently vacant and available immediately upon formal completion.
Messrs. Dixon Haslam, 12-14 Station Road, Kirkham, Preston, Lancs. PR4 2AS Raymond Green LLN, Notary Public.
Situated in a prominent position on Main Street between Bathurst Road and Sherwood Street, this distinctive detached premises offers an excellent position in the heart of Carr Vale close to local takeaways and the One Stop convenience store, and within 2 miles of the Markham Vale Enterprise Zone and Junction 29a of the M1 Motorway.
The neighbourhood of Carr Vale is characterised by a variety of typically residential properties including a new development undertaken by Gleeson Homes known as Vale Croft, along with associated ancillary trades such as fast food takeaways and convenience stores, and New Bolsover Primary School.
A conveniently situated detached premises of character, suitable for a wide variety of occupiers previously having been a United Reformed Church building the property was subsequently occupied by a specialist metal work machine company that was so successful from this location that they had to move on to larger premises to accommodate business expansion.
Offering excellent flexibility of use, considered suitable for a wide variety of business/professional trade and office uses, previously occupied under a light industrial use with ancillary offices and the like, with a subsequent use as a children's play centre, any use generally within Class B1 of the Schedule to the Town and Country Planning Use Classes Order will normally be acceptable, uses outside this classification would likely be subject to planning and maybe other statutory applications.
The property is situated within a well-proportioned plot, with a secure boundary of anti-climb fencing and gated access. Further security is by way of an alarm system, and a roller shutter over the glazed entrance area.
The accommodation comprises of two large open plan areas, one having been used as a workshop/store area and subsequently a children's play area previously, and the other having been used as open-plan office and storage, and subsequently a large seating area. There is a further private office, a kitchen facility, and separate ladies, gents and disability WC facilities.
The accommodation benefits from gas central heating, and uPVC framed double glazed windows.
Outside there are pleasant landscaped surroundings, predominantly laid to lawn for an attractive yet relatively low maintenance outlook. The gated access provides vehicle access for loading, and there is ample unrestricted parking in the vicinity.
The plot and premises also provide a potential opportunity for redevelopment, either expanding on the existing premises as required, or with an opportunity to rebuild both options being subject to obtaining the relevant planning permissions and consents.
Magbroach House offers a rare opportunity to acquire the freehold of a distinctive detached premises suitable for a variety of uses, and a viewing is essential to truly appreciate the potential on offer
Net internal areas as per current layout
Workshop 7.783 m x 12.082 m (25'6" mx 39'8" m)
1,012 sq. Ft., 94.03 sq. M
Store room 1.79 m x 1.57 m (5'10" mx 5'2" m)
30 sq. Ft., 2.81 sq. M
Office 7.474 m x 6.629 m (24'6" mx 21'9" m)
533 sq. Ft., 49.55 sq. M
Private office 3.138 m x 3.34 m (10'4" mx 10'11" m)
113 sq. Ft., 10.48 sq. M
Kitchen 2.163 m x 3.689 m (7'1" mx 12'1" m)
104 sq. Ft., 9.64 sq. M
Total net internal area - 1,792 sq. Ft., 166.51 sq. M
Gross internal area
Original building 9.888 m x 12.082 m (32'5" mx 39'8" m)
1,286 sq. Ft., 119.47 sq. M
'New building' 7.474 m x 10.069 m (24'6" mx 33'0" m)
810 sq. Ft., 75.26 sq. M
Entrance Vestibule 2.27 m x 2.28 m (7'5" mx 7'6" m)
56 sq. Ft., 5.18 sq. M
Total gross internal area - 2,152 sq. Ft., 199.90 sq. M
With a secure plot bounded by anti-climb fencing, the premises are surrounded by pleasant landscaped areas laid to lawn, with tarmacadam pathways leading to the premises.
For further information and viewing please contact the letting agents through whom all offers and negotiations should be conducted.
Date: 13th March, 2019