A large, modern detached warehouse unit on a popular Westbury business park has become available due to a business relocation.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major is marketing Unit 1 on the town’s Hawksworth Park on the Northacre Industrial Park.
The quoting price for the 16,572 (1,539.54 sq m) property with a good size enclosed yard is offers in the region of £1.2 million or, alternatively, the property is available to let on a new full repairing and insuring lease at £80,000 per annum exclusive.
Myddelton & Major commercial agency surveyor Gary Mead said: “This property is available only due to the relocation of the previous tenant to different premises.
“This large warehouse is suitable for a variety of uses and its convenient location and good road links make it attractive particularly for distribution purposes.
The steel portal frame construction building has insulated profile steel wall and roof cladding, concrete flooring throughout, minimum eaves height of 5.28 m and three sectional 4 m x 4 m up and over loading doors.
It is arranged as a 12,716 sq ft (1,181.35 sq m) warehouse with ground floor office, canteen and WCs – plus a 3,856 sq ft (358.23 sq m) mezzanine floor providing additional storage space.
Outside, a tarmacadam surfaced yard enclosed by gated palisade fencing provides parking and loading access.
Northacre Industrial Park is situated on the south west edge of the town 1.5 miles from the centre, via a main roundabout on Storridge Road.
The park is within walking distance of Westbury railway station and directly opposite the established 174 acre West Wilts Trading Estate.
Occupiers at Northacre include Westbury Dairies, Royal Mail, ALH Systems, Tech Prep, Hills Group, and Smart Fleet Solutions.