Drakes Court comprises a four unit development built in 2000. Each of the units are of a high overall specification with steel portal frame construction with 6m minimum eaves and incorporate a two storey amenity block. Each unit includes demised parking and yard area.
The property occupies a secure site of circa 1.14 acres (0.46 hectares), reflecting a site coverage of approx 42%.
Unit 4 is the largest of the four units situated in this scheme and comprises a large warehouse unit with offices over two floors at the eastern elevation.
The current occupier, who are an apprentice/training provider have constructed a number of additional offices, classrooms and mezzanine space within. A majority of these improvements shall be removed unless a new occupier required any of this accommodation to remain in situ'.
The premises benefits form 38 parking spaces, 2 roller shutter doors and good access to the A38 Deep Lane junction.
Drakes Court is situated on the Eastern side of Plymouth and forms part of Langage Business Park which is situated 4 miles from Plymouth city centre. Langage Business Park is one of Plymouth's principal commercial locations. The property has easy access onto the A38 Devon Expressway situated only 0.6 miles to the south via the B3416. The A38 becomes the M5, at Exeter, approximately 44 miles to the east. Langage Business Park was developed in the 1980's and is made up of industrial, distribution, manufacturing and trade counter uses as well as car dealerships and call centres. Nearby occupiers include an Orange Call Centre, Dixons, Jaguar, Toyota, and Audi Car Showrooms. Running along the eastern boundary of Langage Business Park is the Langage Energy Park which totals 100 acres and is zoned for office, high tech and industrial uses.
Plymouth is the largest city in the south west of England; located 220 miles south west of London, 112 miles south west of Bristol and 45 miles south west of Exeter. The City has excellent road communications with the A38 providing access to the national motorway network at Junction 31 of the M5 motorway at Exeter.
Plymouth's mainline railway station has a direct journey time to London of just over 3 hours and to Bristol Temple Meads of approximately 2 hours.
There are other direct services to the Midlands, the North, Scotland and South Wales. In addition, the city is an important continental and national sea port. Exeter Airport is 44 miles away.
The city has a population of 262,000 and is ranked in the top 20 UK cities based on its retail catchment of some 354,000 persons.
All mains services are connected to the premises. We have not tested the apparatus and interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries.
The premises are available by way of a new lease, length negotiable, on tenant full repairing and insuring terms, subject to a contribution to a service charge for the maintenance of the common areas. Rent £82,000 per annum
EPC rating C (66)
Modern warehouse/ industrial unit
38 parking spaces
2 roller shutter doors
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