Detached industrial unit fitted out as a food production facility with excellent access to national road network.
The property is located at Indian Queens in Mid Cornwall approximately 13 miles north east of Truro, 8 miles south east of Newquay, 45 miles west of Plymouth and 77 miles west of Exeter. Indian Queens is situated at the junction of the A30 and the A39 trunk roads.
The property comprises a detached, industrial unit totalling 2,927 sq m (31,510 sq ft) fitted out as a food production facility. The ground floor area is 2,116 sq m (22,787 sq ft) and comprises freezers, chill rooms, packing rooms, preparation areas, offices and welfare facilities. The building has been adapted to suit the current owner’s occupational requirements and has been extended on both sides. The site is broadly rectangular in shape, is accessed from two entrances from Lodge Way and has an area of 0.67 hectares (1.67 acres).
Land for development near the Eden Project
The 3.6 acre site sits approximately 1.5 miles east of St Austell town centre and 1 mile south of the Eden Project which has approximately 1,000,000 visitors per year. The site occupies a prominent position adjacent to the junction of the A391 and along the A390, where on this stretch of road has a daily average traffic count of 22,500 passing vehicles (Department for Transport- Annual Average Daily Figures). The A390 runs from Tavistock through to the City of Truro, it forms part of the main route from Plymouth to Truro.
Up to 3.6 acres of development land available Includes a 3 bedroom house which can be made available if required Suitable for a variety of uses Subject to planning Seeking expressions of interest