The Old Malt House is a Grade II listed building suitable for redevelopment to a commercial or residential use, subject to obtaining the necessary consent. Constructed of natural stone elevations, under double pitched tile roof. The building retains several attractive features and needs improvement throughout. Located in the village of Westbury Leigh on the outskirts of Westbury. Westbury is located on the A350 which links to the M4 and the A303. There is also a main line railway station in Westbury providing direct links to London, Wales and the whole of the South West.
Internal accommodation is arranged over four floors, as detailed below, with access taken from the east and south of the building.
Basement; Corridor (6.41m2), walkthrough Store (14.81m2) with studwork Office (7.06m2), WC (5.29m2), Storage Room (34.38m2), max ceiling height 2.5m.
Lower Ground Floor; Reception Lobby (45.52m2) min ceiling height 1.84m, Office 1 (34.92m2), Office 2 (18.38m2), Corridor (23.65m2), Storage Area (81.98m2), Workshop/Storage Area (137.68m2) central brick passage archway 1.8m height, Shaft to first floor (8.65m2), Storage Area 2 (119.23m2) currently split in two with timber partition, corridor (16.52m2), Storage Area 3 (63.42m2) include timber studwork office, Kitchenette (5.06m2), WC 1 (1.18m2), WC 2 (1.18m2), Lobby (7.64m2), Office 4 (11.24m2), walk-through storage area (15.94m2), Office 5 (9.75m2), Office 6 (14.44m2), walk-through store 2 (13.63m2), Kitchenette (3.45m2), WC (3.26m2).
Ground Floor; Storage Area (683.57m2), comprising room split with central brick columns (0.43m wide) that span the length of the building. Includes WC. Height of archways 1.68m, height to steel column 1.54m.
First Floor; Storage Room 1 (69.30m2), Storage Room 2 (271.24m2), Storage Room 3 (347.05m2). first floor open to beams; height to beam 2.09m.
Lower Ground 636.72m2
Ground Floor 683.57m2
First Floor 687.59m2
Total GIA approx..: 2,075.83m2 (22,344ft2)
Externally there is ample tarmac parking to the east. Access is over a shared entrance leading from the Highway.
Currently used for storage purposes we have assumed that this is the current planning use classification. The property is being offered free from any Uplift Clause.
We understand mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Gas is available at the site but has been disconnected.
(Services and appliances not tested).
Rateable Value £34,000
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