7 Hardy Close, Nelson Court Business Centre, Chain Caul Way, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2XP

The property comprises a mid-terrace portal framed commercial unit, which provides both ground and first floor office accommodation, together with a ground floor store/warehouse facility. The office accommodation at ground floor level is of block work construction, with painted plaster walls and ceilings, fluorescent strip lighting and heating via hot water panelled radiators. Three compartment dado trunking is also provided together with a disabled W.C. facility and kitchen area with a further W.C. off. The store/warehouse facility is inter communicating, but has its own electrically operated roller shutter goods door (3.16 m W x 4.33 m H), solid concrete floor and fluorescent strip lighting. To the first floor there is both an individual and large open plan office, with suspended acoustic tile ceiling with recessed lighting, carpeted floors and three compartment dado trunking. The open plan office has a ceiling mounted air conditioning unit fitted, and auto operated lighting. Separate ladies and gents W.C. facilities together with fully fitted kitchen area is also provided. The property is fully fire alarmed together with burglar alarm and both internal and external CCTV. 3 car parking spaces are demised.

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Property Type: Office

Tenure: Freehold Leasehold

Freehold £300,000 (Offers in the region of)
Leasehold £30,000 Per Annum



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