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Property Description

Key features

  • Residential redevelopment potential
  • Commercial uses
  • 1452sqm (15637.5 sqft) of north light and office space
  • Brick built construction
  • Combination of offices and industrial space
  • Further dedicated office space on the first floor

Full description

Charles Orlebar and Berrys as joint agents present - The former Stanley Hunt print works located within the centre of Rushden town affording potential for various commercial uses including residential redevelopment (subject to planning).

The property is a detached factory building that has since been extended various times with yard on a site of approximately 0.5 acres. We believe the property was originally constructed in the late Victorian or early Edwardian era.
The property is accessed via either a double vehicle gate giving access to the yard or a main pedestrian entrance to the offices. There is a further small loading door to provide access from the yard to the building.
The main building is constructed of traditional brick with a pitched slate roof and stonework detailing. Further to this, the added extensions are a mixture of single storey pitched and flat roofed extensions with roof lights of varying eaves heights and size.

The approximate Gross Internal Area is 1,344.9sqm (14,476.7sqft) with approximately 10% of this space being used as office space with the remainder being industrial.

Rushden is a small town in Northamptonshire which lies on the A6 midway between Bedford and Kettering with good road and railway access to London and surrounding counties. The town has a long history in shoemaking industry with over 100 boot and shoe factories existing in Rushden in the mid-1900s. Today these numbers have reduced down to 4 with the majority of the factories now being converted into residential properties. The property is located in the northern part of Rushden at the end of a residential street. The local area provides a range of amenities within walking distance which include a supermarket, bank, churches, park and a community college.

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