Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Brand new light industrial/warehouse unit in a prominent position at the entrance to Hinchingbrooke Business Park with excellent access to the A14. The unit has first floor offices and WC with scope to extend offices if required. There is also allocated parking.
Huntingdon is a rapidly expanding market town situated approximately 16 north west of Cambridge and 19 miles south of Peterborough. Road communications are excellent via the A14 which runs immediately past Hinchingbrooke Business Park and gives access to Cambridge, the M11, A1, M1 and M6. There is also a regular rail service from Huntingdon to London Kings Cross with two trains per hour during the working week and a journey time of approximately one hour. The units are situated at the front of the prestigious Hinchingbrooke Business Park Development as shown on the plan attached to these particulars.
Falcon Court comprises of a new development of 6 light industrial/business units with their own private parking spaces. All of the units within the development have been sold and Units 1 & 2 are being offered to lease to occupiers. The units are of steel portal frame construction with a pitched roof and each unit has its own WC and office facility at first floor level. The buildings have been designed to be flexible allowing for additional offices at ground and first floor level if required.
Unit 2: 3,280 sq. ft. (304 sq. m.)
Unit 2 is being offered on a new full repairing and insuring lease.
Business rates are to be assessed. Agents are able to give a guide for budget purposes. Business Rates payable are the responsibility of the tenant.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the preparation of the new lease documentation.
The occupational lease will be subject to a service charge to cover the cost of the upkeep of the common area. Further details are available from the Marketing Agents.
To arrange a viewing please contact either of the joint sole agents, Simon Parsons of Berrys or Richard Adam of Barker Storey Matthews.