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Unit 4 Tetbury Industrial Estate, Cirencester Road, Tetbury

The property is one of a terrace of eight units built in about 1970 and backing onto the Cirencester Road.

The mid-terrace steel frame unit was originally built as single storey, but a substantial mezzanine floor has been installed and converted into offices in 2006.

The unit has a concrete floor, reconstituted stone front and rear elevations, with remaining walls of blockwork construction. It has a steel framed pitched roof covered with corrugated fibre cement sheeting and has a pedestrian door and a steel section loading door.

The workshops have suspended tiled ceiling with surface mounted fluorescent lighting. There is a front-loading door, separate pedestrian access and the unit has a minimum eaves height of 4.3 metres.

Internally the ground floor includes workshops, stores, an office, kitchen and WC and the firstfloor, further offices, a landing, store and WC.

The offices have carpet floor covering suspended tiled ceiling with suspended fluorescent lights together with roof light panels but no external windows. There are wall mounted electric and telephone points and a gas fired boiler serving wall mounted radiators. There is a concrete forecourt with parking for three cars.

NB - An office on the first floor is currently let and not included in the demise.

The property has a EPC Rating of D-81.

Location:

The property is situated on the Tetbury Industrial Estate which is two thirds of a mile northeast of the town centre, just off Cirencester Road, a short distance from its junction with the A433, Cirencester to Bath Road.

Tetbury is an historic Cotswold town with a population of approximately 5,250 (Census 2021).

It was an important wool town with an historic 17th Century Market House with a major tourist attraction, the Westonbirt Arboretum, just outside the town and Royal connections with Highgrove House.

Nearby centres are Malmesbury (5 miles), Stroud (8 miles), Cirencester (11 miles), Swindon (21 miles) and Bristol (22 miles).

Accommodation:

Approx gross internal area

Ground floor: 213.96 sq m (2,302 sq ft)

First floor: 143.72 sq m (1,548 sq ft)

Total: 357.68 sq m (3,850 sq ft)

Rent:

£20,500

Rates:

The assessment appearing on the Valuation Office Agency website is as follows.

Rateable Value:

Part A: £13,250

Part B: £3,250

Rate in £ 2022/2023: 0.499

Prospective occupiers should check with the Local Authority to establish any transitional relief that may be applicable.

Planning:

Within Classes E or B8 of the Use Classes Order 1987.

Terms:

The property is offered by way of a new lease for a term to be agreed.

Service charges:

A charge may be levied by the Estate Landlord to cover the costs incurred in the upkeep and maintenance of the communal areas.

VAT:

The property is elected for VAT.

Legal costs:

Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.

Contact:

Ash Chartered Surveyors 

Simon McKeag: 07737 691453

Harry Pontifex: 01242 255242

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