The subjects comprise a mid-terrace industrial building of steel framed construction, solid concrete flooring and clad roofing with translucent panels.
Vehicular access is via a full height steel roller shutter door set in the front elevation. Whilst access to the office and staff areas can be accessed through a single timber door secured by a metal roller shutter.
Internally, the subjects comprise an open plan warehouse, with an office section to the front of the premises, including staff room and toilet. Heating is provided via a gas fire blower. A central steel staircase affords access to a steel mezzanine area currently used for as storage.
The property has clear eaves of 3.8 meters and an apex of 5.5 meters. The steel roller shutter has a clearance height of 3.5 meters. The unit also benefits from car parking to the front.
According to the measurements taken at the time of our internal inspection, we calculate that the following areas are afforded on a gross internal basis:-
Ground Floor: 215.61 sq, m (2,321 sq.ft)
Mezzanine Level: 98.31 sq.m ( 1,058 sq.ft)
Total: 313.92 sq.m (3079 sq.ft)
Final rating assessment to be confirmed following split of Unit 5 & 6. Final assessment is expected to fall below the threshold for Small Business Bonus Scheme, although this should be checked with the Scottish Assessors Association.
Rental offers in excess of £16,000 per annum are invited.
Sight of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for the subjects can be made available upon request.
Each party will be responsible for all legal costs incurred in the transaction.
All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT
LocationThe subjects are located on the south side of Hunter Road within the Duchess Industrial Estate, which lies a short distance to the north east of Rutherglen and close by the junctions of Dalmarnock Road, Farmeloan Road and Cambuslang Road.
Junction 2 of the M74 extension lies a short distance to the south, accessed via Cambuslang Road and provides excellent motorway access to Glasgow City Centre and the airport to the west and onwards to the Central Scotland motorway
network to the east.
The approximate location of the subjects is as shown on the appended street plan.