1 Cobham Road, Ferndown Industrial Estate
Ferndown Industrial Estate
BH21 7SB Wimborne
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- 2.035 acre site
- 6 dock leveller doors and loading bay
- Roller shutter door
- Estate access to A31
These detached premises are of steel cladding construction with a steel clad roof supported upon a steel frame. The internal eaves heights are approximately 6.35/6.5m, the floor is concrete and there is a single storey office/administration section of brick constructionwith a flat roof.The factory/warehouse has 6 No. electrically operated dock leveller doors, each measuring approximately 2.5m wide x 3m high and there is a ground floor electrically operated roller shutter measuring approximately 5.95m wide x 3.95m high. There are low bay lights, 2 No. Benson warm air heaters, windows at eaves level within the front elevation, the height to the underside of the steel frames is approximately 5.2m and 3 phase electricity, gas and telecom are connected.There is a covered loading bay incorporating the dock leveller doors and which has a steel clad roof, lighting and a concrete floor. To the side of the loading bay is a single storey stores area with a flat steel clad roof and an artex ceiling to part.The offices/administration area has a reception with vinyl flooring, central heating, security and fire alarms, double glazed personnel door access, fluorescent strip lighting and a range of offices/rooms with both carpet and vinyl flooring. There are male and female WCs, a locker room and security bars to the windows.Externally, the site has fencing, lockable gates from Cobham Road and a car-park/yard with a mix of tarmac, concrete and gravel surfaces. There is a steel clad canopy over the main roller shutter door measuring approximately 10m wide x 11m deep.
The premises are secured by way of a 5 year full repairing and insuring lease expiring on 30th September 2023.The premises are available to let by way of a new full repairing and insuring sub-lease.
Estate premises are often subject to a service charge in respect of the upkeep, management and maintenance of common parts within the estate. We would therefore urge all applicants to make further enquiries as to the existence or otherwise of service charge outgoings.