To Let £25,000 per annum - Industrial / Warehouse
The property is situated in a conveniently accessible location approximately midway between Bournemouth and Poole town centres. On entering Sharp Road from the junction with Alder Road, continue along Sharp Road where the property will be found on the left hand side towards the end of the cul-de-sac, identified by a James & Sons sign.
The property comprises a substantial industrial/warehouse building which has been used for a number of years for scaffolding supplies. Former uses have included car repairs, servicing, bodywork and spraying. The property benefits from a sizeable forecourt area, loading doors to front and rear and car parking area to the rear of the premises along the rear boundary.
The accommodation comprises the following approximate areas:
Maximum width 46ft (14.02m)
Maximum depth 65ft 9ins (20.04m)
3-phase electricity, WC and wash basin. Private office with part glazed partitioned walls with door to further WC with wash hand basin.
Access to the rear is via a driveway which leads alongside the property and also provides access to the adjoining two units. Additional parking/open storage is available along the rear boundary.
In 1985 the property was granted planning permission for change of use to workshop for the repair, servicing, body repair and spraying of cars and light goods vehicles. Subsequently the property has been used for scaffolding supplies. Applicants should check with the relevant authorities that their proposed use is permissible.
The property is listed on the VO Agency website as Workshop and Premises with a Rateable Value of £12,000 (April 2017). Interested parties should make enquiries of the local authority to verify the business rates payable.
A new full repairing and insuring lease to be granted incorporating three-yearly rent reviews.
£25,000 per annum exclusive.
To be confirmed.
Ingoing tenant to be responsible for the landlord’s reasonable fees incurred in the transaction.
All figures exclusive of VAT. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the incidence of VAT on any transaction.