Purpose-built two-storey Head Quarter offices and showroom with single and two-storey factory and loading dock arrangement to the rear on a substantial site of approximately 4.40 acres. Included within the grounds are a detached brick built Maintenance Department and self-contained vehicle maintenance unit the latter benefiting from 3 x up-and-over loading doors and clearance to eaves of 5 metres, steel portal frame of brick and block clad with concrete service yard providing parking for the wider factory and complex. The Maintenance Depot is also brick construction beneath a flat concrete roof with internal clearance of approximately 4.4 metres. The main two-storey offices are fitted to a very high standard with a mixture of inset Cat II and LED lighting, suspended ceilings, gas central heating with the majority of accommodation benefiting from double glazed windows. The ground floor factory space to the rear benefits from 11 rear tailgate loading doors and further ancillary loading bay and dock level access providing covered tailgate loading with powered roller shutter doors to an additional 8, potentially 14, loading bays. Some areas currently used as stock store with internal heights ranging between 4.39 and 3.47 metres. The main factory area has internal clearance of 3.16 metres and there are both timber and solid concrete flooring throughout the complex. To the eastern elevation there is a single-storey ancillary office, canteen and welfare facility which is also gas heated with suspended ceilings with inset lighting, all fitted to a good standard. Within the main site areas there is a staff and visitor entrance to the front elevation with gated entry which provides parking for approximately 60 vehicles with large rear logistics yard including HGV trailer parking and gate house. In addition to the eastern side of Furnace Road is additional car parking area with parking for approximately 70 vehicles on a site of approximately 0.55 acres.
The subject premises occupy a substantial selfcontained site fronting Furnace Road, close to its junction with the A609 Nottingham Road to the south-east of Ilkeston Town Centre with superb access to both Junctions 25 and 26 of the M1 motorway both within 5 and 6 miles respectively and within 2½ miles of the A52 at Bramcote.