• Size:
    1.62 acres / 0.66 hectares
  • Usage:
    B1, B2
  • Sale Type:
    For Sale
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  • Property Type:
    Production Warehouses
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The premises comprise a number of industrial buildings with ample yard
facilities formerly utilised for food production. The buildings vary in
specification however the buildings are mainly of steel frame construction
with corrugated sheeting, including the roofs, some of which benefit from
translucent roof panels. The premises are largely split into office, food
production and chilled/frozen storage space. In addition the units benefit
from the following features;

• Vehicular Access
• Maximum eaves height of 8 metres
• Gas and Three phase electrical supply

ACCOMMODATION We estimate the approximate gross internal area to be:
2,967.87 sq m (31,946 sq ft)
on a total site area of 1.62 acres (0.65 ha).

TERMS The premises are available on a leasehold basis which is subsequently
available to sub-let or assignation. A sale of the freehold interest will also
be considered.

RENTAL On Application

SALE PRICE On Application

Shap is a traditional market village located in the district of Cumbria, approximately 10
miles to the south of Penrith and 15 miles north of Kendal. Carlisle is also within easy
commuting distance along the A6 road link and the M6 motorway, 29 miles to the north.
The village is also situated close to the Lake District National Park.
Shap is traditionally linear in shape, following the route of the A6 road link, with
development on both sides of this road. The village benefits from a number of services
including a village hall, church, primary school, post office, bank and library. A number of
shops are also situated along the main street including a butcher’s shop, charity shop, small
co-operative supermarket and newsagent. The village also benefits from a number of bar
restaurants, bed and breakfast facilities as well as camp sites for visiting tourists.
The site is bound to the north and west by an unclassified access road which runs from the
Main Street in Shap to a number of residential dwellings which include Brackenber Lodge
holiday cottages. To the south of the site lies Green Farm, which comprises a number of
large farm buildings and a traditional farm house. The attached map shows the exact
location of the subjects.

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