The property comprises a detached steel portal frame warehouse facility with a two storey fronted office block in the south elevation. The building benefits from the following specification:
The warehouse is currently fitted out with a two storey mezzanine. We understand the sprinkler system has been decommissioned however the tanks are still on site.
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LOCATION AND SITUATION
Warrington is one of the North-West’s most established distribution hubs, situated in the heart of the regional motorway network, approximately 17 miles east of Liverpool and 20 miles west of Manchester. The town benefits from excellent connectivity to the wider UK motorway network, providing access to the major regional consumer hubs of Liverpool and Manchester via the M62, alongside the wider UK via the M6 situated to the east of the town providing direct links to Birmingham and London.
WA257 is located 3 miles east of Warrington town centre in the established Hardwick Grange Industrial Estate. Warrington 257 occupies a strategic logistics location benefiting from immediate access to Junction 21 of the M6 which is situated a 2 minute drive to the south, accessed directly off Woolston Grange Avenue. Hardwick Grange is a prime North-West distribution location boasting a diverse and high profile range of occupiers including Iceland, FedEx, Bunzl and Grange packaging.