The county town of Hertford is a prosperous well-established Centre.
It has a range of high quality housing and an attractive town centre with a range of specialty shops and restaurants.
It is strategically located on the A414 between the A1(M) and A10 approximately 25 miles north of Central London. Direct access to the M25 is via the A10 dual carriageway at Junction 25, 8 miles to the south.
Hertford North station provides a fast service to London Kings Cross and Hertford East to Liverpool Street both conveniently close
The property forms part of a small commercial area just off Gascoigne Way on the edge of the town centre near the Which headquarters.
Two interlinked single storey industrial units with an adjoining older style building all previously used for car MOT, servicing and body repairs with a secure yard at the front and side.
The two main workshops (7&8) are constructed of a concrete frame with elevations partly in brickwork and partly vertical sheet cladding. The clear internal headroom is approximately 4.0m.
There is a full-size loading door to each bay approximately 6.1m wide x 3.3m high.
The units were originally constructed as two and have separate toilets. They contain a small mezzanine office, store and ancillary accommodation.
Heating, lighting and power distribution are provided.
To the side is a covered area and a secondary older building (6) currently used for reception storage and workshop use behind.
APPROX (GROSS INTERNAL) FLOOR AREAS
Unit 7 and 8 workshops
3,470 sq ft
1,529 sq ft
4,999 sq ft
Plus Mezzanine store/offices
199 sq ft
353 sq ft
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Category E (111).
There are currently 3 separate rateable values assessment as follows;
Unit 6 £10,750
Unit 7 £21,250
Unit 8 £14,750
The amount payable for 2018/2019 is 49.3%.
The property is available to let on a new lease for a term to be agreed.
Rent £49,950 per annum.
All terms are subject to VAT where applicable.
At an early date to be agreed.
For further information please contact Davies & Co on 01707 274237.
The particulars contained within this brochure are believed to be correct but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they are therefore expressly excluded from any contract.
Modern Industrial Warehouse Premises
The property is situated within the established Arena Estate, located just off Mollison Avenue (A1055). Road links are excellent with the A1055 linking to the A406 southwards and the A10 and M25 (J25) northwards. Rail facilities are easily accessible at both Brimsdown and Enﬁeld Lock Station with services into London Liverpool Street and underground connections at Tottenham Hale (Victoria Line).
To be Refurbished Eaves height – 6.5m (haunch)/ 7.5m (underside of roof)/ 9.0m (apex) Two full height level access loading doors Potential to secure side yard Integral two storey offices Substantial loading forecourt and parking Excellent road links
Unit 5 directly fronts Mollison Avenue and has additional side car parking. The unit comprises end terrace of steel portal framed warehousing with integral two storey offices. The unit benefits from good level access loading and ancillary parking provisions within a modern secure environment. Refurbishment of the unit is currently underway
Accommodtion Sq ft Sq M Ground Floor 18,867 1,752.8 First Floor 2,109 195.9 Total 20,976 1,948.7
The property is available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed.
Prominent New Trade Counter Scheme
Midland Road is situated with frontage and direct access onto the public highway, this being the main route into the Love Lane industrial area. Exiting the A429 roundabout south onto Midland Road, and signposted Love Lane Industrial Estate, the property will be found approximately 100 yards on the right directly opposite Lidl supermarket and Cirencester Retail Park. Cirencester is the “Capital of the Cotswolds” and is by far the largest town in the Cotswold District, having a population of around 19,000, and is a thriving historic market town. Cirencester is located roughly mid-way between Swindon, 15 miles to the south-east, and Cheltenham and Gloucester to the north-west. The town is a major centre for the local road network where 8 ‘A’ Class roads converge on the town, the most important of which, the A419/A417 trunk road, provides a direct link between the M4 and the M5.
All the units are available by way of new FRI leases for a term of years to be agreed.