The property comprises a modern purpose-built motor showroom dealership facility of steel frame portal construction with glazed elevations together with partitioned offices, reception and WC. Overall, the showroom is finished to an excellent standard.
To the rear of the showroom is a substantial modern warehouse/workshop built in circa 2006 of steel portal frame construction, polished concrete floor with two loading electrical roller shutter doors.
The forecourt provides in excess of 25 car parking/show spaces.
The property is located on the Northern side of Thurlby Road (B1449) in Thurlby, 5 kilometres (3 miles) to the west of the town of Alford. The conurbation of Skegness is located approximately 18 kilometres (11 miles) to the south-east, Louth approximately 25.6 kilometres (16 miles) to the north-west and Horncastle approximately 27 kilometres (17 miles) to the west.
The property benefits from an additional circa 1 hectare (2.5 acres) of cleared land with development potential subject to obtaining the necessary consent.
The Vendors have made informal enquiries to the Local Planning Authority regarding redevelopment. An indicative scheme providing approximately 30,000 sq ft of industrial accommodation has been designed, which has received positive albeit informal feedback by the Local Authority.
We understand that mains water and electric supplies are connected to the property with the heating system being oil fired.
We understand that foul drainage is via septic tank. These services have not been tested and interested parties are advised to service themselves in this regard.
town and country planning
We understand that the property has established consent for use as a car showroom falling within Class sui generis of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended). In the agents opinion, the property is suitable for a variety of alternative uses subject to receipt of necessary planning consent.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
*The Vendor may consider dividing the showroom and land and selling them individually
We understand VAT will not be payable.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.