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The demise comprises four industrial buildings and an end of terrace Victorian house on a total site area of c. 2.2 acres. The buildings are of various ages the oldest being built in 1890 and the more modern being 1970’s and 1980’s warehouse units.


11,165Single storey office/storage building.
218,266Predominantly used as production and packaging space together with offices. Two storey red brick victorian warehouse linked to an adjoining unit at the rear of steel portal frame construction with profile cladding under a steel truss roof. 5m clear eaves height.
35,1431980s warehouse/storage building with ancillary offices.
425,325Main warehouse building with offices/stores arranged over three floors. part victorian with later extensions.
5902 Intercommunicating end terraced victorian house arranged over ground and first floors currently used as storage.
The buildings have an EPC rating between F-G. Certificates can be provided on request.

Nuneaton is located in the heart of the West Midlands and strategically placed for industrial / distribution occupiers who require easy access to the national motorway networks. The West Coast mainline railway provides frequent services to Birmingham and London.

The town has a resident population of approximately 80,000 and 800,000 within 20 kilometres of the town centre. The property is well located approximately 0.5 miles south of the town centre and benefits from excellent access to the M6, M69, and M1, motorways.

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