The property comprises three separate buildings known as 9, 9A and 10, with a frontage onto Clifton Road, being a service road running parallel to the primary St Peter’s Road, with the rear of the site backing onto Windover Road, a separate service road.
The expanding town of Huntingdon has a population of approximately 24,000 and is situated 60 miles north of London, 16 miles north west of Cambridge and 19 miles south of Peterborough. There is significant ongoing expansion to the town with the redevelopment of the RAF Alconbury Site now renamed as Alconbury Weald which will include the construction of 5,000 new homes, new primary school and retail and leisure facilities.
The town is strategically well located for the A14 trunk road which bypasses the town providing a duel carriageway route linking the east coast ports with the M11, A1, M1/M6 and which is currently being significantly upgraded and is due to be completed in December 2020, and the A1 which is located 3 miles to the west of the town centre. There is a main line railway station in Huntingdon with frequent services to London (Kings Cross/St Pancras).
9/10 Clifton Road are two adjacent units prominently situated within the St Peters Road Industrial Estate, the principle estate serving Huntingdon town, and convenient for both the Tescos store and leisure park and the main road network. Significant nearby occupiers include Dart Packaging, GPS Pipes, Steinhoff Beds and Hotel Chocolat. There are also a number of trade parks within close proximity to the site which include Wickes, Bensons For Beds, Screwfix, Bathstore, Topps Tiles and numerous trade counter occupiers.