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£30,000 per annum

Waterloo Road, Cobridge, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6

The premises comprise an extended detached single storey building, principally of brick and block construction with part rendered/clad elevations, set beneath a flat roof. The accommodation briefly provides for a glazed showroom leading to the main workshop/storage area (which has electric roller shutter doors at each end - (i) about 2.50m (8'2") wide x 2.81m (9'2") high (off the main car park), and (ii) 3.97m (13') wide x 3.11m (10'2") high (at the Greyhound Way end). Off the lower section of the main workshop/storage area are two offices. There is a concrete ramp up to the upper section of the main workshop/storage area, which has separate ladies and gents toilets off, together with kitchen and two further office/store rooms. Outside there is ample car parking (say, around16 spaces), with a further eight spaces possibly being released if the secure compound area at the rear was removed. Subject to obtaining any necessary consents, further spaces could also potentially be available on the front forecourt (currently enclosed by concrete bollards), and at the Greyhound Way end of the site. There is also an attached garage forming part of the building (understood to have been interconnecting with the kitchen area in the past). Vehicular access onto the site can be gained off a secure entrance off Waterloo Road and also from Greyhound Way.
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The premises comprise an extended detached single storey building, principally of brick and block construction with part rendered/clad elevations, set beneath a flat roof. The accommodation briefly provides for a glazed showroom leading to the main workshop/storage area (which has electric roller shutter doors at each end - (i) about 2.50m (8'2") wide x 2.81m (9'2") high (off the main car park), and (ii) 3.97m (13') wide x 3.11m (10'2") high (at the Greyhound Way end). Off the lower section of the main workshop/storage area are two offices. There is a concrete ramp up to the upper section of the main workshop/storage area, which has separate ladies and gents toilets off, together with kitchen and two further office/store rooms. Outside there is ample car parking (say, around16 spaces), with a further eight spaces possibly being released if the secure compound area at the rear was removed. Subject to obtaining any necessary consents, further spaces could also potentially be available on the front forecourt (currently enclosed by concrete bollards), and at the Greyhound Way end of the site. There is also an attached garage forming part of the building (understood to have been interconnecting with the kitchen area in the past). Vehicular access onto the site can be gained off a secure entrance off Waterloo Road and also from Greyhound Way.