88 sq m (948 sq ft)
- Part of A Stable Block Conversion
- Self Contained workshop with office space
- Roller Shutter Door
- Light Industrial Use.
UNIT 3, THE STABLE YARD, BREWERSTREET FARM,
BREWER STREET, BLETCHINGLEY, SURREY, RH1 4QP
The property forms part of Brewerstreet Farm which is located a short distance to the north of Bletchingley on one of the link roads to Caterham and can be accessed from the main A25 either along Church Lane, Little Common Lane or Big Common Lane. (NB: commercial vehicles are recommended to take the Church Lane access which is wider and has numerous passing bays).
Access to the motorway network is either via junction 6 of the M25 at Godstone or Junction 8 at Reigate.
The property forms part of a stable block conversion, which has been carried out to a very high standard. Unit 3 is an attached self-contained workshop part of which has been sectioned off by previous tenants to create an office space. This can be removed if not required. There are twin entrances, one of which is a roller shutter door affording good access for stock movements.
The unit has a unisex w.c. and natural daylight is provided by velux style windows in the open pitched roof.
NB: The Planning Use for the property falls within Class B1 (b) or B1 (c) i.e. for light industrial use. Motor vehicle trade is not permitted.
THE APPROXIMATE NET INTERNAL AREAS ARE AS FOLLOWS
|GROUND FLOOR OFFICES||88 sq m||948 sq ft|
* On site car parking
* Three phase electrical power
* Lorry access
A new lease is available for a term to be agreed at a rent of £14,600 per annum with a midterm rent review, Subject to Contract.
According to the Government website the property has a Rateable Value of £8,100. The UBR for 2018/19 is 48.0p in the £. (Small Business Relief may apply for more information contact the Local Council).
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs.
Property Misdescriptions Act 1991
Please note the agents have not carried out a survey, have not made planning enquiries nor tested any of the equipment, apparatus, fixtures, fittings, services or land and are therefore not able to verify their condition, or suitability for their purpose
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