The factory probably dates from the early 1980s and is of steel frame construction with brick lower elevations to the front and sides, with vinyl coated metal cladding above and to the rear elevation. There is a pitched unlined corrugated asbestos roof with translucent panels for natural light and with some areas having a suspended ceiling. This part of the building is divided into a warehouse area along the front elevation with loading doors at either end, whilst to the rear is a series of good quality offices and a reception area.
The factory has a maximum eaves height of approximately 5.2 metres.
An extension has been added to the northern end of the building with an eaves height of approximately 5.64m. It has been built to a good specification with an insulated metal clad roof, roller shutter loading door and reinforced concrete floor.
There is an enclosed yard adjacent to the extension with access to Sudmeadow Road and a large car park at the front of the property.
There is an enclosed yard to the rear of the property (approx. 0.044 hectares (0.108 acres) with access to Sudmeadow Road and a large car park at the front (approx. 0.144 hectares (0.355 acres). The total area extends to circa 0.486 hectares (1.20 acres). NB - the access road and car park is shared with the football club – further information available from the agents.
An EPC is being prepared.
The property is situated on the southern side of Sudmeadow Road a short distance from its junction with Hempsted Lane and opposite the Severnside Trading Estate. It is situated in an established industrial area adjacent to Meadow Park, Gloucester City Football Club's ground.
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