Motor Repair Workshop, Howley
- Two Vehicle Bay Workshop
- Separate Reception Area and Customer Entrance
- Enclosed Secure Yard
- Available Due to Retirement
This excellent workshop is within a large yet quiet gated compound off Holmesfield Road. Holmesfield Road is home to Tarmac, Rock Oil, Magnet and Southerns which makes it easy to find. It is a well recognized and easily accessible industrial area, situated just to the south east of Warrington Town Centre.
The unit is of modern construction having a roller shutter door and a separate personel door to a customer reception area. Within the workshop are there are two bays and externally there is a large enclosed yard area to the front. This is shared with a storage unit and window cleaning company.
The unit has been operated as a vehicle repair workshop by the same person for over 10 years and has become available due to the owners retirement.
Suitable uses include vehicle repairs, storage and light industrial.
The ground floor accommodation extends to 132.4 m2 (1,425 sq.ft.) with a large mezzanine for additional storage of 96m2 (1,033 sq.ft.)
The rateable value is £6,500 with 2017/2018 payable of £3,029. For a qualifying small business the rates payable will be zero.
The rental is £10,000 per annum. It is available on a new fully repairing and insuring lease for a three year term. A rental deposit will be required.
in the first instance please contact our Commercial Director Joan Barton on 01928 598401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Cabinet Works has been ‘explored’ many times. To see some interesting internal shots take a look here.
And Warrington Borough Council have decided that they want to develop it and the surrounding area into a cosmopolitan housing area as reported by the Warrington Guardian in November 2014 – take a look at the article here.
We will either dispose of the Cabinet Works or partner with a developer to build a scheme on the site. If you have any interest in the site please call our Property Director, Joan Barton, on 01928 598401 or contact us.