The premises comprise an industrial building consisting of two bays to the rear with two storey offices to the front. The property benefits from yard space to the side and car parking to the front.
The two storey offices to the front are of brick construction, have windows to side and front elevations and are interconnected to the rear industrial bays. The offices have radiator central heating, UPVC double glazed windows, carpets to the majority of floors and fluorescent strip lights. Access to the offices is through a central entrance door leading to a reception and accommodation of offices and toilet facilities on two floors.
The rear two bays comprise one with steel trussed roof, whilst the later addition is of steel portal frame construction. Both bays have concrete floor and brick elevations. Both bays have a lined and corrugated sheet roof incorporating roof lights.
Eaves height varies between 3.07 m to the underside of the truss in the older bay to a minimum working height to the underside of the haunch in the modern bay of 4.56 m.
Access into the bays is via a sliding concertina door being approximately 3.5m high x 5.77m wide, accessed via the side yard that is fenced, gated and has a surface of concrete and tarmac.
An EPC has been carried out on this property. The property has been awarded a Grade C52.
The building benefits from a large external yard area along with loading/unloading areas to each of the bays.
Gross internal areas approximately:
sq ft sq m
Two storey offices 2,139 199
Two bay workshop 8,841 821
Total 10,980 1,020
The property is situated on the southern side of Patrick Gregory Road off Linthouse Lane, near to the junction between Linthouse Lane and Lichfield Road (A4124) in Wednesfield. Wednesfield town centre is approximately 1 mile south-west and Wolverhampton City Centre is approximately 4 miles to the south-west via Wednesfield Way/Wednesfield Road A4124.
Access to the surrounding area can be gained via Junction 10 of the M6 Motorway approximately 4 miles to the south-east.