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Rear of 44 Rollestone Street, Salisbury

Rear of 44 Rollestone Street, Salisbury

The premises, which are accessed through an archway, comprise a two-storey building with brick elevations under a pitched roof.  The ground and first floors provide open plan storage space, the ground floor having a solid floor and the first-floor being of suspended timber.  There is additional space in the eaves. The headroom on the ground floor is approx 3.2m (10’6”) and at first floor level, 2.6m (8’6”). A timber loading door (3.0m x 3.1m) affords access to the building which provides some 2,153 sq ft (200 sq m) over the 3 floors and a lean-to addition comprises a further 283 sq ft (26.3 sq m). A timber building and the two floors over the archway provide an additional 852 sq ft (79 sq m). There is parking in the central yard area for around 7 vehicles. Letting agent Rob Horton of Woolley & Wallis, advises that the premises are available on a new lease on terms to be agreed at a rental of £13,000 per annum and that tenants who can take advantage of Small Business Rate Relief will not have to pay any Business Rates.

For more information contact the agent on 01722 330 333.

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