The property is located at the junction of Malthouse Lane and Beccles Road in Gorleston On Sea. Gorleston is a town positioned adjacent to Great Yarmouth.
The site is immediately adjacent to the River Yare and includes extensive quay heading. The surrounding area is predominantly commercial in nature with other occupiers including ASCO and 3D Creations. There is also a large residential population in a mix of local authority and private terraced housing.
The main A12 Great Yarmouth to Lowestoft trunk road is less than 2 minutes driving distance. Gorleston Town centre is within 5 minutes’ drive.
This site comprises an industrial fabrication facility on 2.44 acres. The site is accessed via a gated entrance from Malthouse Lane leading into a concrete surfaced yard area to the southern end. There are 3 Porta Cabins erected to the right hand side of the yard area with mains services connected providing a materials office and welfare facilities. There is a recently erected industrial building providing a materials store.
The main building, positioned centrally on site, is a large two bay industrial unit built in the 1970s and is of steel portal frame construction with part block and part cement sheet elevations beneath a single skin cement sheet roof. There are two large shutter doors in each end of the unit with ramped access to the north as the site is sloping. Internally there is a concrete floor, 3 phase power supply, 6m minimum eaves height, 2 x 5 tonne and 2 x 10 tonne gantry cranes, sodium power and fluorescent lighting.
To the north of the site there is a large purpose built reinforced concrete pad measuring approx 60 m x 48 m which we understand has a high loading capacity of up to 2000 tonnes and has previously been used for the construction of offshore modules. There are two further recently built industrial buildings here for storage and fabrication uses. There is a gated access to the north with a Right of Way across the neighbouring site.
Approximately 196m of quay heading is provided giving direct access to the North Sea via the Harbour.
The premises has the following approximate dimensions and areas measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition).
Main workshop 2165.32 sq m (23,308 sq ft)
Materials office 53.14 sq m (572 sq ft)
Materials warehouse 335.07 sq m (3607 sq ft)
Welfare porta cabin 73.50 sq m (791 sq ft)
Special materials 160.11 sq m (1723 sq ft)
Nissan workshop 306.94 sq m (3304 sq ft)
Concrete pad 0.315 Ha (0.78 acres)
Total site area 0.989 Ha (2.44 acres)
We have not tested any of the services or installations. We are informed that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the sites.
A 200 KVA 440 volt 3 phase electrical supply is supplied to the workshop.
The property is available as a whole freehold at a price of £1,100,000.
We have searched the online VOA website for the current rating assessments which are as follows:
Factories, Workshops and Warehouses – Rateable Value = £73,500
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents, BYCROFT COMMECIAL, tel: 01493 844489.