The premises comprises a light industrial/warehouse that has been constructed around a steel portal frame with an insulated clad roof and elevations.
The open plan warehouse benefits from an internal eaves height of up to 6m. Fully fitted office accommodation benefits from suspended ceilings and individual meeting rooms.
The premises also benefits from 200 KVa power supply.
A pedestrian entrance is provided at the front with loading access provided via a surface level electric loading door at the side elevation.
Externally there are approximately 50 allocated car parking spaces.
The site is approximately 1.17 acres.
Cirencester is located in the heart of the Cotswolds, midway between Swindon and Cheltenham. It is a historic market town with great road links to the M4 and M5 via the A419/A417.
The premises is located close to the A429, which is the main road in the town. It sits on Phoenix Way, which is next door to Waitrose supermarket. Other nearby occupiers include Rave Coffee, Screwfix, Topps Tiles and ATS Euromaster.