- Prominent retail unit approx. 645 sqft and versatile showroom (A3) approx. 2,600 sqft – roadside frontage
- 3 versatile rear workshop units with ample parking areas.
- Main road frontage with existing BP branded petrol station generating circa 400 visits per day
- Freehold disposal considered – Re-development opportunity
Front Retail Unit – located prominently adjacent to the convenience store fronting the main A459 is a retail unit extending to approx. 645 sqft (59.9 sqm) offering open plan retail space with wide glazed display frontage and rear stores, the unit benefits from a parking area to the front.
Showroom – located prominently towards the front of the site the former showroom offers versatile open plan accommodation benefiting from a wide glazed display frontage. To the first floor is a range of open plan and cellular offices that offer additional space and benefit from gas central heating radiators.
Former MOT Workshop – To the rear of the showroom is a former MOT workshop that offers self-contained accommodation with front sliding access door, concrete floor with fluorescent strip lighting.
Former Bodyshop & Repair Centre Units – to the rear of the site are two interconnecting versatile workshop units offering flexible accommodation with pitched lattice steel framed roofs and predominately brick/block elevations with metal sheeting over clad. The units benefit from access loading doors, concrete floors and an eaves height of 3.7 metres in the larger rear unit. Adjacent to these is a yard area that offers further customer /staff parking (currently occupied by a hand car wash on a monthly licence agreement).
The site in total extends to approximately 1.2 acres (0.49 has) and offers a mainly rectangular and flat plot that slopes upwards towards the rear corner and benefits from an approximate 232 ft (70.4 m) frontage to the A459.
This site occupies a prominent location on Wolverhampton Road East, Sedgley (A459) a main arterial road between Wolverhampton and Dudley. Situated a short distance from Sedgley town centre the site is located within a predominately densely populated residential area. The site is approximately 3 miles south of Wolverhampton city centre and benefits from a high level of passing traffic.
We understand that the showroom has lapsed consent for A3 (restaurant & cafe) use. The site was formerly a car showroom with associated workshops and functioning petrol station and so we are informed is within the ‘Sui Generis’. The site in part or whole may have potential for residential development (STP).
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries of the local planning authority in respect of their own proposed use of the property.