Commercial property
Under Offer
Units D1-D2, Eastern Court, Longwater Business Park, Longwater, Norwich

2113 sq ft
Modern, stand-alone industrial unit
2,113 sq ft (196 sq m)
Units D1 & D2 provide a single stand-alone industrial unit of steel frame
construction with brick/metal clad elevations, under a pitched roof. It is
situated at the entrance to Eastern Court.

The eaves height is 5.8m (approx.), there are two loading doors and
two WCs in either corner at the front elevation.

It is currently fitted out to provide a number of offices, meeting rooms
and a showroom. The intention is to remove all this fit out to provide
clear open plan, full height space.

There are 9 car parking spaces at the front of the unit.

The gross internal area is as follows:

Ground floor - 2,113 sq ft (196.30 sq m)
The property is situated in the heart of the Longwater Employment
Area, which is one of Norwich's most established and accessible
commercial locations. Eastern Court is an attractive courtyard
development of modern business units, which has attracted a number
of occupiers, including Eyre Building Services, Morelli & Lindab.
The A47 interchange with the Dereham Road (A174) is within a short
drive, which provides road access to Norwich approximately 5 miles to
the east. The A47 also provides a link to King's Lynn and beyond to
the Midlands in the west. The A11 is 4 miles away.

Other facilities at Longwater include a Sainsburys Superstore,
McDonalds, a Marstons family pub, a Premier Inn and Bannatynes
Health Club.
Terms / lease
A new full repairing and insuring lease is available on terms to be agreed.

Rent upon application to the agents.
According to the website, the property has an RV of £12,000.

Please contact the agents for the current multiplier.
VAT is payable
Energy Performance Certificate
The unit has an asset rating of 67, which falls within Band C.

A copy of the EPC is available upon request.
B1(c) Business - Light Industrial
B8 Industrial - Storage and Distribution
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