End of terrace Industrial / Warehouse unit with fenced loading forecourt
Deacon Trading Estate is a well established estate located at the top end of Chickenhall Lane at its junction with Tower Lane. Junctions 12 & 13 of the M3 and junction 5 of the M27 are all within approximately 1.75 miles. Eastleigh itself is a well established industrial location with the town centre located approximately 6 miles to the north of Southampton, 14 miles to the west of Portsmouth and 10 miles to the south of Winchester. Southampton International Airport is approximately 1.5 miles to the south, as is Southampton Parkway Station which provides direct access to London Waterloo with a journey time of approximately 1 hour.
The unit forms part of a terrace and will be refurbished to a high standard. The unit provides open warehouse space with ground and first floor offices. The unit is of steel portal frame construction with part brick and part profile metal sheet elevations. Externally the units benifts from allocated parking and a fenced loading area.
Industrial / Warehouse with Yard
Unit C2 is located on the well established Hazleton Interchange which is accessed from Junction 2 of the A3(M) via Dell Piece West and Lakesmere Road. The estate benefits from excellent road links being ½ mile from the A3(M) which in turn connects to the A27/M27 south coast motorway.
The unit comprises a modern mid terrace clear span light industrial/warehouse unit with part brick part profile metal sheet clad elevations beneath a pitched profile metal sheet roof with roof lights.
Access to the unit is via a double-glazed personnel door or via loading door to the front elevation.
Internally the unit provides warehouse accommodation with ancillary offices and WC facilities.
Large industrial warehouse unit on secure site
Bordon adjoins Whitehill and is located in East Hampshire, approximately 10.5 miles north of Petersfield and 7.5 miles east of Alton. The nearest train stations are located approximately 6 miles away at Bentley and Liphook, which have regular trains into London Waterloo with journey times of around one hour. Bordon Enterprise Centre is located to the west of the A325, which links to the A3 approximately 3 miles to the south, giving direct road access to London and the south east.
Building 74 comprises of a brick warehouse together with ancillary offices. The building was constructed for the MOD in the 1950s, the building is of brick construction, partly clad in profiled steel and beneath a pitched truss roof with sodium lighting. There are high level single glazed windows runing the length of the buidling which provide plenty of natural light. The warehouse is accessible via large loading doors on both elevations.Facilities 24/7 security Fully fenced, secured site Flexible terms and tenant incentives On-site manager Meeting facilities available Offices CCTV Ample car parking Estate wide WiFi network Specification 6.65m eaves large level access loading doors 3 phase power Sodium lighting Accommodation
| Unit | sq ft | sq m |
| | 41,821 | 3,885 |
| Total | 41,821 | 3,885 |
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.Planning
It is envisaged each property can benefit from B1, B2 and B8 consents. Planning will be submitted on agreement of terms.Terms
The accommodation is available by way of a new lease on terms to be agreed.