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The subject property was constructed around 1960 and has subsequently been extended in various stages providing for extensive single storey factory premises with associated office and storage accommodation. The main factory building is constructed in brick cavity walls supporting steel framed north roof light with insulated corrugated asbestos decking and Victoria glazing panels and eaves height of approximately 14 feet. This building is utilised as the main production area with a small sub division providing for tool room and parts store. An additional building of more modern construction is accessed through the main production area and provides for a heat treatment room.
These areas have smooth screed concrete floors, suspended fluorescent lighting, overhead electricity supply and steel roller shutter doors. he subject property also provides for single storey office and staff accommodation along its northern and eastern flanks constructed in brick cavity walls, concrete flat roof with mineralized felt layer and concrete floors. Internally these areas are finished with wood block flooring, plastered and painted walls and single glazed aluminium window frames with limited areas having suspended ceilings and flush fluorescent lighting. Office and staff accommodation is serviced by oil fire central heating. The site totals approximately 5.4 acres with superb road frontage and includes a security gatehouse. The site is surfaced in part concrete and part tarmacadam providing for 120 car parking spaces with an area of landscaped gardens to the front of the main office section. A surfaced area to the rear of the main factory building provides for good vehicular access and is shared with a smaller modern warehouse building.
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