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Hanger Hill, Whitwell, WORKSOP


Property Description

Key features

  • *Established building contractors workshop, stores, offices, yard & premises of 9,142 sq. ft., 849.29 sq. m approx.
  • *For Sale freehold - may let
  • *Central North East Derbyshire village location
  • *Prominent road frontage position
  • *Considered suitable and available for a wide range of similar or alternative uses
  • *Offering excellent potential for a more comprehensive possibly residential redevelopment scheme

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

VENDORS/LESSORS: Trustees of CMC (Chesterfield) Limited Pension Fund

VIEWING:  Available by appointment through the Selling/Letting Agents.

SERVICES:  The premises as a whole have previously been connected to the usual mains services which    include gas, water, electricity - 3-phase - and drainage services.

NON-DOMESTIC RATES: Entered in the Rating List at £14,000 Rateable Value.

   Non-domestic rate charge £6,062 at 0.433 p in the £ - pro rata 2011/2012 charge period.

TENURE: Advised freehold - Title Deeds and documents have not been inspected or verified by ourselves.

TERMS: Offered ‘for Sale’ freehold with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion of purchase.

 May let - preferably as a whole or possibly in parts, interest and offers will be considered accordingly - envisaged is a modern repairing and insuring lease of reasonable duration.

SOLICITORS: Messrs. Banner Jones, solicitors, 24 Glumangate, Chesterfield S40 1UA.

LOCATION:    These established commercial premises are prominently situated in a road side position at the centre of the former North East Derbyshire mining village of Whitwell, lying approximately ten miles to the north east of Chesterfield, twelve miles to the south east of Sheffield city centre, four miles to the west of Worksop.

Whitwell is just off the main A619 Chesterfield to Worksop Road within four miles of junction 30 of the motorway M1 and within eight miles of the A1/A1M.

The premises are more particularly situated close to the village centre War Memorial at the junction of Hanger Hill with High Street, Portland Street and Station Road.

The premises are considered well placed for ease of access and travel to the surrounding centres of population, sources of employment, commerce and entertainment in the North Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire areas and also the city of Sheffield and South Yorkshire conurbation.

DIRECTIONS:    From Chesterfield travel north east via the main A619 Chesterfield Road passing through Staveley to Barlborough and junction 30 of the motorway M1, continue along the A619 Worksop Road, after approximately three miles turn off to the right signposted Whitwell, continue down into the village centre passing the Boot & Shoe Public House and the War Memorial.

The former Biggins Yard and Premises is prominently situated on the left hand side opposite to the Health Centre and adjacent to the recently redeveloped Bowling Green site.

GENERAL:    An established local building contractors yard and premises with two storey road frontage offices, rear joinery workshops, stores and premises.

The central village location opposite the Whitwell Health Centre close to the Whitwell Community Centre, Boot & Shoe Public House, Koca unisex hair salon, window replacement service showrooms etc., there is a bus request stop immediately outside.

The prominent two storey frontage office building is of stone faced construction under tiled roof equipped with gas central heating, timber double glazing, the first floor has been part converted into a spacious self-contained apartment as a potential alternative to office space if preferred.

Continuing to the rear, at lower ground and ground floor levels there are stores with ancillary accommodation each having roller shutter loading/entrance doors.

At the top of the yard there is a single storey brick building comprising former joinery workshops and premises, having ancillary canteen and toilet facilities adjacent.

Also on the road frontage there is an elderly single storey stone built storage building which offers considerable potential for conversion/alternative uses.

The adjacent site is currently under residential redevelopment with a number of new dwellings, together with conversion of a substantial existing building into a number of good quality apartments.

A comprehensive redevelopment of the subject premises for alternative possibly residential uses could be envisaged - noting that any and all changes of use, redevelopments etc. will be subject to obtaining the usual statutory consents by application to the local planning authority.


Six offices, staff room, kitchen and toilets all extending to     1,021 sq. ft 94.85 sq. m

First floor

Four ’offices’, staff room and toilet, alternatively self-contained apartment with
living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, combined bathroom and toilet, all extending to  1,041 sq. ft 96.71 sq. m

Lower ground workshop/store including locker room and ancillary stores,
all extending to          1,349 sq. ft         125.32 sq. m

Rear ground floor workshop/timber store extending to    1,705 sq. ft         158.39 sq. m

Detached single storey joinery workshop, canteen and toilet, all extending to  3,376 sq. ft         313.63 sq. m

Road frontage storage building extending to         650 sq. ft 60.38 sq. m

We calculate an overall  net internal area of     9,142 sq. ft        849.29 sq. m

Property Reference 11-7300AJT

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