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Auction Date: Thursday 15th July 2021

Auction Venue: Online Virtual Auction, remote bidding only

Auction Time: 12:00

Unit 4 Matrix Way, Buckshaw Village, Chorley, Lancashire

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Property Description

The mid-terrace property is of steel frame construction with brick elevations which have been cladded to the upper parts. The pitched roof slopes from back to front and is also overlaid with profile cladding which incorporates translucent panels. Internally the property benefits from three phase electric, electric up and over goods shutter (3.2m wide by 2.5m high), solid concrete flooring, WC and kitchen facilities. The minimum eaves at the front is 5.1m, to the rear half of the unit the steel mezzanine restricts the floor to ceiling height to 2.5m.


Occupying an excellent location at the entrance to Buckshaw Village, Matrix Way is prominently situated adjacent to Central Avenue and Dawson Lane, very close to the junction with Wigan Road (A49). Preston, Leyland, Chorley and Bamber Bridge are easily accessible along with J28/29 M6; J8/J9 M61 and J1/J2 M65 which provide easy access to the remainder of the North West and national motorway network.

Floor Areas

Ground Floor - 73.16 sq m (787 sq ft) Mezzanine Floor - 36.57 sq m (394 sq ft) Total - 109.73 sq m (1,181 sq ft)

Additional Information

The property is available for sale on a long leasehold basis on a 999 year lease from 10/06/2011 on a peppercorn ground rent. The property is currently leased to Queo2 Limited for a term of 5 years from 8th June 2020 at an annual rental of £9,000. The Tenant has the option to break at the end of the third year. Further details available upon request. The property is registered for VAT and VAT is payable in addition to the purchase price. GET READY TO BID BY VISITING THE AUCTIONEERS WEBSITE

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