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The Former Print Works, Waterloo Road, Radstock, Somerset

For sale: £500,000.00|To rent: £45,000.00 Per Annum|4,755 Sq Ft|General Industrial, Other, Industrial, Other Property Types & Opportunities

Property details

FOR SALE£500,000.00
TO RENT£45,000.00 Per Annum
SIZE4,755 Sq Ft
ADDRESSThe Former Print Works, Waterloo Road, Radstock, Somerset
TYPEGeneral Industrial, Other, Industrial, Other Property Types & Opportunities
TENUREInvestment Opportunity, To Let, For Sale Freehold
POSTED ON27th August 2022

Description

Industrial Units with yard areas and offices - FOR SALE / TO LET

The property comprises a former printworks which includes tarmac car park areas front and rear and an interesting red brick Victorian tower.

The site benefits form two frontages, one to Old Bath Road and the other to Waterloo Road. Both access points provide an entrance to the car parking areas.

Historically, the site was previously used as a brewery and it is likely that the brick tower was used for the storage of grain and hops.

The industrial element adjoins the nearby museum and has a single loading opening onto the yard.

The site is located in the centre of Radstock abutting the Radstock Museum and approximately 9 miles South of Bath City Centre.

Redevelopment potential, subject to planning

Potential Investment

Condition and unconditional offers invited

Limited freehold stock available

Generous yard/parking

The units have previously been used as a Gym and for light industrial purposes with ancillary office areas. It is considered that there is potential for redevelopment subject to planning.

Prospective occupiers are advised to make their own enquiries regarding their intended use with Bath and North East Somerset Council. ( Agency Pilot Software ref: 20012707 )

Location

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Location: The Former Print Works, Waterloo Road, Radstock, Somerset

Oldfield Park (6.6 miles)

Bath Spa (7.0 miles)

Freshford (7.1 miles)

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