- Approx. 16,938 sqft (1,573.48 sqm) in total on site area of 0.85 acres (0.34 hectares)
- 2 storey office space with open plan production units having eaves height of approx. 5m
- Frontages to both Bushbury Lane & Shaw Road – just off the main A449 Stafford Road & approx. 2.5 miles of the M54
- May Let – Guide Price: £525,000.
The property comprises industrial premises fronting Bushbury Lane including the original workshop building together with a more recent warehouse extension. The main access to the property is off Shaw Road where there is a good sized car park.
The original workshop building is of single storey steel portal framed construction having a two bay, double skinned corrugated asbestos clad roof incorporating translucent panels. The elevations are of brick with block inner skin to 2 metres surmounted by fully lined profile steel cladding. The building has a concrete floor and a height to eaves of some 5m (16 ft 3 ins).
Within the main building, to the Bushbury Lane frontage, is an integrally built two storey area providing a range of offices together with stores, staff facilities and ancillary accommodation. The ground floor comprises a range of lightweight partitioned offices and reception being of a fairly basic standard having artexed ceilings with surface mounted strip lighting, plastered, painted walls and carpet tiled flooring. The ground floor also includes an inspection department, works offices and staff canteen.
The first floor comprises a number of partitioned offices of a good standard having suspended ceilings with recessed lighting, plastered, painted walls and carpeted floors. The first floor also includes a storage area of a more basic standard.
Adjoining the original workshop building is a single storey brick building having a flat board and felt roof which provides both male and female works lavatories together with a store, works entrance and compressor room.
The property benefits from a small car parking area off Bushbury Lane with a larger securely fenced yard/car park accessed off Shaw Road.
The property is situated in a well-established industrial area approximately 1½ miles north of Wolverhampton City Centre. Other occupiers in the vicinity include ASC Metals, Blue Mountain and Howdens Joinery. The Landmark Goodyear Factory, part of which is now being redeveloped by St Modwen, is situated directly to the north.
The A449 Stafford Road, the main arterial route into the City from the north passes just to the west of the subject property and provides access to Junction 2 of the M54 Motorway which lies approximately 2½ miles to the north, Junction 10 of the M6 Motorway 5 miles to the east and Junction 2 of the M5 Motorway approximately 7 miles to the south east.