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The sale of GRB Autos represents a unique opportunity to purchase a successful automobile business, together with the freehold premises, comprising fully equipped workshop and garage, reception, office and forecourt. A two-bedroom flat sits above, offering on-site residential accommodation with attractive outlook over the adjoining playing fields. The property is set on the edge of Coxwold village and constructed of stone, set under mono-pitch, sheeted roof with concrete floor throughout. Timber frame display windows and doors overlook the forecourt creating attractive exterior and roller shutter doors secure the adjoining workshop and storage space. A two-bedroom, residential flat is set over part of the workshop with separate access and metered services. It is currently being renovated and extends to two bedrooms with kitchen, living room and bathroom facilities. It benefits from excellent outlook over the playing fields to the east with ample parking to the front. In total, the commercial accommodation extends to approximately 2,850ft2 including fully equipped workshop, secure store, reception, and office space together staff facilities and W.C. The main workshop extends to over 1,200ft2 with timber framed display windows and doors leading onto the forecourt. There is a further 550ft2 of secure storage space with secure roller shutter door. GRB Autos has prided itself on good quality customer service with a strong and long-standing client base. The business has traded successfully and benefits from forecourt offering fuel as well as MOT and service centre. The garage is fully equipped, and the building is serviced with mains water and electric, oil-fired central heating and septic tank drainage. GRB Autos is set on the edge of the popular and desirable village of Coxwold which sits on the edge of the North York Moors National Park and Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village benefits from public house, village hall, church, and tourist accommodation. Easingwold sists approximately 6.0 miles south and comprises a traditional market town, offering a range of services and amenities including shops, restaurants, public houses, hoteliers, educational, recreational and leisure facilities. The market town of Helmsley sits approximately 8.0 miles distant and offers further amenities as well as being a tourist hub. A wider range can be found in the town of Thirsk situated approximately 8.5 miles north-west including access to strong road networks including A19; A61and A170 providing links to York, the coast and further afield. The historic city of York is located a further 20 miles south and provides high quality range of services and amenities including mainline train service providing access to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley in under 2 hours.