Units On Netherwood Road, Rotherwas Industrial Estate, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 6JZ
Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017
Sold for £101,000
Upon the instructions of
- Five commercial ground rent investments
- Producing £150 per annum
- For sale as a single lot
- Reversions from 2106
Units on Netherwood Road, Rotherwas Industrial Estate, Hereford
Please see the correct sale plan in the legal pack - the canteen site is not included.
Hereford is a Cathedral City with a population of some 60,000 situated on the banks of the River Wye, 16 miles from the Welsh Border, 24 miles southwest of Worcester, 23 miles northwest of Gloucester and 20 miles from the M50 motorway (Junction 7). The region is heavily involved in the food and drinks industry. There are regular rail connections with Worcester, Birmingham, Manchester and London. The Rotherwas Industrial Estate lies to the southeast of the City and is approached via the A49.
The Rotherwas Estate has been developed upon 230 acres of land acquired by Herefordshire County Council in 1973. This large, well laid out and popular estate offers a wide range of units and occupiers, with further expansion underway. The estate lies alongside the Enterprise Zone so bringing development and occupier advantages to the area. The property comprises three separate and facing sites upon which are a number of industrial units, some with integral offices together with yard space. The lot includes some addition land
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
No EPC required
|Address||Accommodation||Tenant||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa|
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|TRP Centre, Plot 23-24a||Land||R&S Children, R. Tobey & others||125 years from 30/05/2008||£50|
|25-29a Tarsmill Court||Land||R&S Children, R. Tobey & others||125 years from 25/03/1981||Nil|
|Land at Tarsmill Court||Land||R&S Children, R. Tobey & others||117 years from 20/06/2017||£50|
Davitt Jones Bould
0161 399 0186
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