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Freehold Warehouse / Workshop Ponders End Enfield EN3

A superb two storey workshop on a small industrial estate

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Location

The property forms part of the popular Peerglow Estate on south side of Queensway approximately 200 metres from the High Street (A1010) in proximity to the Great Cambridge Road (A10), North-South Route (A1055) with easy access to the M25 to the north and Tottenham Hale to the south, as well as the A406.   Southbury main line Station is within short walking distance to the north-west.

There are excellent shopping facilities available within a minutes walk in the High Street including a Tesco Superstore. 



Property reference:20090    Updated: 10 Oct 2012


Unit 7 Peerglow Estate,  Queensway, Ponders End, 
ENFIELD EN3 4SB


Features

  • 24 hour access
  • Excellent access to road and rail communications
  • Security alarm
  • 2 allocated parking spaces
  • Roller shutter loading door 2.68 metres by 3.0 metres
  • Electric storage heating
  • Entryphone
  • Perimeter trunking


A two storey warehouse/workshop with three phase power supply and roller shutter loading access.

The property is maintained in good order and has the benefit of two partitioned first floor offices, security alarm, part double glazing, first floor kitchenette & toilet facilities at both ground and first floor level.

There is a modern suspended mineral fibre tile ceiling with inset strip lights at first floor and plastered emulsioned ceiling with surface mounted strip lights to the ground floor. The ground floor warehouse has a ceiling height of 3.36 metres. 



Accommodation

Ground Floor 76.74 sq.m. / 826 sq.ft.

First Floor 76.74 sq.m. / 826 sq.ft.

Gross internal area 153.48 sq.m. /1652 sq.ft. 
  • Two car parking spaces 
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Terms: Freehold for sale with full vacant possession

Rateable Value: £10,250
Estimated Rates Payable: £ per annum

Service charge: Nil

Local authority: London Borough of Enfield