The property is situated on the southern side of Nobel Road, between Conduit Lane and Advent Way within the well established Eley Industrial Estate in Edmonton. The estate forms part of the larger Lea Valley Industrial Area in the primary commercial area of the London Borough of Enfield. Occupiers on the Eley Estate include Coca Cola, Access Self Storage and Team-Sport Indoor Karting.
The property has excellent road transport communications being situated off the north side of the North Circular Road (A406) and immediately east of its junction with Meridian Way (A1055). The A1055 extends between Tottenham Hale and the M25 Motorway (Junction 25) via Bullsmoor Lane approximately 3.5 miles to the north. The M11 Motorway (Junction 4) is accessed via the North Circular Road (A406) approximately 3 miles to the east.
Angel Road Railway Station, which is within 5 minutes walking distance of The Estate, provides regular services (25 minutes travel time) to London Liverpool Street. Angel Road station also provides services (5 minutes journey time) to Tottenham Hale Station with its connections to London Underground (Victoria Line) and the Stansted Express with a travel time of just under one hour to Stansted Airport. London City Airport is approximately 8.5 miles distant.
Occupying a site of approximately 1.0 acre, the property provides a Gross Internal Area of 3,155 sq m (33,962 sq ft) comprising a single storey, detached, purpose-built steel portal frame industrial/warehouse building which we understand was constructed in the early 1970s and has been re-clad in recent years. The building incorporates a trade counter/showroom and offices at ground floor level, with additional offices at first floor level and towards the rear of the unit at mezzanine level.
The property benefits from yard space to the front, side and rear amounting to approximately 1,570 square metres (16,900 square feet) for loading access and customer parking.
The property is designated in London Borough of Enfield's Draft Local Plan as a 'Significant Industrial Location'. This proposed planning policy document also embraces the idea of 'new industrial typologies' involving the creation of multi-storey residential development over 'employment floor space'.
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