For Sale £350,000 - Industrial
Kilmarnock, with a resident population of just over 46,000 persons at the last Census, is the principal settlement within East Ayrshire, and the town is strategically well placed for access to the main road and rail links in the West of Scotland.
Bonnyton Industrial Estate lies on the north side of the town and was developed jointly by the Scottish Development Agency and Kilmarnock and Loudoun District Council, mainly for letting purposes although a few sites, including the subject property, were marked for individual ownership. The property was privately built and we understand that Deanston Electrical Wholesalers Limited are the third occupiers of the subjects.
The property comprises a purpose built storage and distribution centre dating back to around 1982.
The main structure is formed with cavity brick/block outer walls and heavy duty steel trussed roof on solid block supporting pillars. The roof is of double-skin cement sheeted/profile metal construction. The floor at ground level is of concrete construction with the mezzanine and loft areas having chipboard floor surfaces. The mezzanine floor is a substantial structure of metal framework.
The building is positioned to the front of an almost rectangularly shaped site providing spacious yard space/car parking to the rear. This area is mainly tarmacadam surfaced with smaller areas being in hardcore or grass. The site is bounded by a mixture of brick/stone walls and palisade fencing.
ACCOMMODATION/ FLOOR AREAS
According to our calculations using the RICS Guide to Measurement Practice the various elements of the building have the following floor areas;
Main Warehouse 587.27 sq metres (6321 sq feet)
Loading Bays 160.49 sq metres (1727 sq feet)
Dispatch Store 142.68 sq metres (1536 sq feet)
Offices 276.59 sq metres (2977 sq feet)
Mezzanine 295.01 sq metres (3175 sq feet)
Loft Storage 207.17 sq metres (2230 sq feet)
It should be noted that the main storage area has a minimum head height of 3.52 sq metres, but where the storage is underneath the mezzanine level this is reduced to 2.40 sq metres. The loft storage has a head height of a minimum of 1.42 sq metres.
According to the Ordnance Survey map for the area, the site would appear to extend to approximately 3374 sq metres (0.83 acres).
Mains services of water, gas, electricity and drainage are laid on to the subjects.
Heating in the main warehouse is by means of a number of gas-fired warm air blowers. The office area is mostly serviced by a water filled radiator system, although three rooms have separate electric heaters .
The subjects are entered in the current Valuation Roll with a Rateable Value of £37,750. A new proprietor will have a right to appeal against this Assessment.
The property is offered for sale at offers in excess of £350,000.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent;
Alistair G Paterson FRICS
T: 01563 522855
M: 07843 583569
All offers to purchase should be submitted in writing to;
5 St Marnock Street