The property comprises a lock up commercial unit in a converted agricultural building. The premises are suitable for use as either storage unit, workshop or warehouse.
The building has three phase power and a concrete floor and is accessed by a set of double doors.
The property is situated in a secluded location within a farmyard just outside the village of Bisley. This location gives good access to the A419 and is approximately equidistant between Stroud, Cirencester and Birdlip.
The unit measures approximately 1,456 sq ft and has an eaves height of around 3.3m.
It is accessed via is accessed by a set of double doors measuring approximately 3.0m H x 4.4m W, with inset wicket door.
To the front of the property is an area of yard providing parking for several vehicles.
The property is connected to three-phase mains electricity (submetered). A connection to the BT network is available.
The landlord will insure the fabric of the building with the tenant responsible for the insurance of their contents.
Stroud District Council.
To be re-assessed: It is anticipated that the property will fall within the scope of Small Business Rates Relief at 100%.
The tenant will be responsible for the payment of any non-domestic rates.
Energy Performance Certificate
All other terms to be negotiated with the landlord