The subjects comprise of a detached office and workshop facility situated within a self contained site.
The buildings have been formed in two distinct sections with the office building being constructed over single storey height from a steel framework with the walls having been infilled with pointed cavity brickwork whilst the roof sections over are of a pitched design and clad with insulated profile sheeting.
Access to the building is by means of a porch located within the north elevation which leads to the main office accommodation.
Internally, the accommodation has been laid out in an open plan design although a number of private offices and meeting room have been formed by means of demountable partitioning.
The walls have largely been plastered whilst the flooring has been laid in solid concrete and carpeted with several floor boxes already installed.
Suspended tiled ceilings have been introduced throughout into which LED light fittings have been incorporated.
A kitchen along with WCs are situated off the office accommodation.
Attached to the office accommodation is a further single storey building which has been constructed from a modern steel portal framework with the walls being clad with insulated metal profile sheeting as have the roof sections which are of a pitched design.
The main access to the workshop is by means of an electrically operated up and over door which measures 3.6m wide by 3.3m high.
Internally, the walls have been finished to the inside face of the insulated external cladding whilst the walls have been laid in solid concrete and painted.
The subjects are located on Stoneywood Park, close to the entrance to Stoneywood Business Park.
It is accessed via Stoneywood Road which in turns links to Victoria Street forming a main route from Dyce to the City Centre.
The A96 is easily accessible linking the area to the Scottish Motorway Network with the area being further enhanced by the recently completed Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) ensuring all parts of the City are easily accessible.
Stoneywood and Dyce has a population in excess of 8,000 persons and is expanding and is also one of the premier business locations within the City.
Major occupiers within Dyce include Halliburton, Dril Quip, BHGE and Aker to name but a few.
There is also a wide array of local amenities to include M&S; Simply Food, Co op within the nearby Stoneywood development with several retail operations provided on Victoria Street.
Dyce train station is also within proximity.
The site lies within an area zoned for Business and Industrial Land (B1) in the current LDP, albeit the adjacent site secured planning permission for mixed use including residential in September 2021.
Enquiries should be directed to the local planning authority.
The property has an EPC Rating of D, certificate available upon request.
Low site coverage
4 mins from Dyce Railway Station
Potential for alternative use (STP)
Offers are invited for our client’s heritable interest in the property.
According to the Scottish Assessors website, the property has a current Rateable Value of £86,500.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in connection with this transaction.
For the avoidance of doubt any purchaser will be responsible for Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) registration dues and any VAT payable thereon.
Unless otherwise stated all prices and rents are quoted exclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT).