Halfway House & Garage, Watling Street, Kilsby, Rugby
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Former petrol filing station and house with development potential for B1 or B2 use or roadside facility with A1 & A3 use.
Halfway House and garage are located approximately 3 miles from the centre of Rugby, one mile from Crick village and approximately ½ a mile from junction 18 of the M1 motorway, at the Intersection of the A5 (Watling Street) and the A428 (Rugby Road).
The property comprises of a petrol filling station with associated workshop with a GIA of approx 201.14 sq. m. (2,166 sq. ft.) and a three bedroom detached house of traditional brick construction with substantial garden area.
The total site area is approximately 0.75 acres.
The existing use is sui generis. However, we have received confirmation from the local planning authority that the site offers good potential for a change of use to B1 or B2, or for use as a road side facility including a petrol filling station with A1 and A3 use.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
We are advised that all main services are connected to the property, including mains water and electricity and confirm that the purchaser will be responsible for the payment of all services from the date of access.
We would advise interested parties to undertake their own enquiries as to the adequacy and availability of these services, which have not been tested or verified by Howkins & Harrison LLP.
From our own enquiries to the VOA we can confirm the Property is currently assessed at an RV of £19,000 effective from 1st April 2010.
For clarification on Business Rates we would advise that interested parties make their own enquiries of Rugby Borough Council on 01788 533533.
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