A semi-detached commercial unit of steel portal frame construction. The unit has an eaves height of approximately 4.28 metres and benefits from external parking and yard area. The unit benefits internally from warehouse/production space and toilets and welfare facilities.
Oswestry is the third largest town in the county of Shropshire with a borough population of around 36,000 and a catchment population,
which is substantially higher. The town has a range of substantial employers including British Telecom, Practice Plan and a multitude of office and industrial based companies.
The Mile Oak Industrial Estate is the original well-established industrial estate developed in the town and is easily accessible off the Maesbury Road, which links the A483 Welshpool Road with the town centre.
The premises are situated forming part of a building, fronting onto the Mile Oak Industrial Estate.
The incoming tenant is to be responsible for the landlord’s legal fees incurred in respect of the granting of the new lease.
(All figures and prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.) The property is understood to be elected for VAT.
(Not tested at the time of our inspection)
It is understood that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. The unit is understood to benefit from a three phase electricity supply.