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Byron Avenue, Lowmoor Business Park, Kirkby in Ashfield

Offers In The Region Of £210,000



  • Industrial Unit

Workshop, Showroom and Offices together with a yard 0 .166 hectares (0.41 acres) with ample space for extending the Workshop.

The property occupies a prominent position on the south side of Byron Avenue, opposite the James Darby Building, on an established industrial park and has the advantage of a secure yard with additional parking between the yard and Byron Avenue.

Lowmoor Business Park is situated within 1/2 a mile or so of the large town of Kirkby in Ashfield.


The subject premises are situated on the eastern end of Byron Avenue close to its junction with Sidings Road and forms part of the long-established Lowmoor Business Park. The property is situated approximately 1/2 a mile north of the large town of Kirkby in Ashfield which has a population of approximately 25,000 and provides a wide range of shops including a Morrisons and Aldi supermarket, schools of all grades and regular bus and train services to Nottingham and Mansfield which are some 13 and 5 miles or so away respectively.

The town has good road access via the A38 to Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway and via the A608 and A611 to Junction 27 of the M1 Motorway which is approximately 4 miles distance.


The property is set behind a brick wall with barbed wire fencing above and double steel gates which lead to a good sized yard and a steel portal framed, brick clad with fibre cement roof workshop with a lean-to workshop and a bitumen flat roof store to the rear where a former container is converted to form an office, showroom and store. The site has a total area of 0.41 acres (0.166 hectares) and there is ample parking within the site and outside between the boundary and the footpath adjacent to Byron Avenue.

The premises have been purpose built for coal merchants who are now selling as they wish to retire.

The premises are adjacent to Nottingham Zinc, opposite Brightwake, Stevensons Joinery & Workshop and close to premises occupied by Charles Yorke.


The accommodation consists of the following:


4.61m x 2.2m (15'1 x 7'2 )
with double glazed window, L-shaped worktop, access to Showroom/Office


6.88m x 2.81m (22'6 x 9'2 )
with two spotlights, door to Storeroom.


9.26m x 18.96m (30'4 x 62'2 )
with roller shutter door 3.52m wide x 3.3m high, concrete floor. 3.5m minimum headroom.


with low level WC, wash hand basin with cold and hot water from electric water heater.


2.55m x 9.26m (8'4 x 30'4 )
with concrete floor


2.96m x 2.94m plus 3.25m x 1.88m (9'8 x 9'7 plus
with concrete floor


Concrete yard which where there were formerly bins for the storage of coal, coke and solid fuel.
Beyond the boundary in between the footpath is a concrete area which is currently used for parking but could possibly be incorporated into the premises.


Mains water, drainage, electricity and three-phase electricity are connected to the property but no tests have been undertaken on any of these services.


We understand that the property has planning consent for B1 & B2 Use.


Ashfield District Council


I calculate the floor areas to be:

Workshop, lean-to workshop and stores 213.99 sq.m. (2303 sq.ft.)
Showroom, Stores etc. 54.09 sq.m. (582 sq.ft.)

Total Site Area: 0.41 acres (0.166 hectares)


The Rateable value of the property is £9,900. Full relief is available and currently no business rates are payable


Is by appointment through the Agents.

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