DESCRIPTION / BACKGROUND
Unit 8, Enterprise Way is a flexible light industrial unit extending to over 4500ft2 comprising offices, retail, storage and workshop space. The accommodation extends over two floors with extensive mezzanine floor of over 1400ft2. There are two good sized offices and retail area to the ground floor with large workshop space of approximately 2000ft2 and roller shutter door providing access.
The unit is constructed of steel portal frame with brick and metal panel cladding exterior and box profile roof. The property sits in a good-sized plot extending to approximately 0.207 acres with tarmac and hard standing parking to the front of the unit and direct access off Enterprise Way.
The flexible nature of the property lends itself to a number of potential uses and is presented to a high standard. There are kitchen and W.C. facilities within and the property is serviced with mains water, drainage and single and three phase electric.
The workshop space is well presented with area extending to approximately 2000sq.ft. of workshop space. The building benefits from a total eave’s height of 19ft.
The extensive mezzanine floor provides further light workshop and storage space. There is good access to the unit with personnel door leading to the retail area and roller shutter door to the workshop space.
8 Enterprise Way is situated within a good-sized plot on the popular Thornton Road Industrial Estate on the eastern edge of the market town of Pickering within the Ryedale District of North Yorkshire.
The property sits directly off Enterprise Way, on the southern edge of the Thornton Road Industrial Estate which is located directly off the A170, a short distance east of the market town of Pickering.
Pickering is a traditional market town and offers range of services and amenities including shops, restaurants, public houses, hoteliers, educational, recreational and leisure facilities. A wider range can be found in the town of Malton, situated approximately 9 miles south including train service providing access to York and the coast.
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.
The unit benefits from close proximity to good road links with the A170 running between Thirsk and Scarborough and the A64 and A19 providing easy access to York, Leeds and further afield.
£25,000 per annum