The Property comprises a four storey, Georgian Grade II Listed house of red brick construction and original sash windows. There is an adjoining 1980s two storey extension of red brick construction to the north and west facing walls. The buildings are set within grounds of approximately 0.96 hectares (2.38 acres).
Together these buildings provide sheltered residential accommodation to adults over 60 years old. Access to the Grade II Listed house is along a gravelled driveway and pedestrian access is via a stepped path. There are six defined car parking spaces on the eastern side of the building.
The internal layout of the Grade II Listed house is arranged over four floors. The basement is currently used for the purposes of storage and plant room. The ground floor comprises communal areas, a kitchen, laundry facilities, toilets and a small office. On the first floor there are two flats, a one bedroom flat and a two bedroom flat. The second floor comprises a single three bedroom flat. Floor plans of the Georgian house are available on request.
The Property comprises the former Pulse Flexible Packaging Company factory, a freehold purpose built industrial factory constructed in 1977 with associated offices and car parking. The Property is rectangular in shape and extends to approximately 4.96 acres (2.01 hectares). Access is directly off Radwinter Road.
The Property comprises a detached triple bay steel portal frame warehouse building which has broad dimensions of 84.2 metres width by 86.7 metres length with individual bays spanning approximately 29 metres. The frame has a minimum eaves height of 6.4 metres rising to 8.5 metres at the ridge. There are brick and steel profile clad elevations, with insulated fibre cement roof incorporating translucent rooflight panels. The warehouse is serviced by two ground level concertina loading doors with external canopies. Internally, there is a substantial gas fired space heating system, three phase power supply all of which is housed in a plant room alongside a small service area in the basement of the building.
To the front of the site is a two storey brick built office building with flat roof construction linked to the warehouse via a first floor enclosed walkway. Internally, the office building is of modular layout with a floor to ceiling height of 2.6 metres. There is a suspended ceiling incorporating Cat 2 lighting with a mix of perimeter trunking and raised floor boxes in part. There is a main reception area WC facilities.
Former Pulse Flexible Packaging Factory
Type: Office, Residential, Offices
UNDER OFFER Former Pulse Flexible Packaging Factory, Radwinter Road, Saffron Walden, CB11 3HYGBUttlesford, Saffron WaldenEssexCB11 3HYRadwinter Road
The Property is currently undeveloped and comprises agricultural land, extending to 4.47 ha (11 acres) on the northern edge of the built-up area of Saffron Walden. The Property is well contained by existing vegetation along the northern, western and southern boundaries. A continuous belt of dense woodland is located directly to the north.
It is bound by dense hedgerow and open countryside to the north, further agricultural land to the east, residential development from St Mary’s View and Limefields to the south, and Little Walden Road to the west.
Land East of Little Walden Road
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
UNDER OFFER Land East of Little Walden Road, Saffron Walden, CB10 2DNGBUttlesford, Saffron WaldenEssexCB10 2DN87, Little Walden Road
Ashdon Road commercial centre is an exciting mixed use scheme offering offices, trade counter, light industrial and warehouse units set in an attractive business park environment. The development will, at this stage, allow us to design and build a unit to meet your needs. The development has been designed with flexibility in mind to accommodate a broad range of business uses. A modern working environment will be provided with potential expansion space, to allow for the growth of your business. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14113749 )