Thornley Station Industrial Estate lies less than a mile to the south of the village immediately east of the B1280 at its junction with the B1279. Shotton Colliery is a former mining village in eastern County Durham which lies just to the west of Peterlee. It is around 24 miles south-east of Newcastle upon Tyne, 16 miles to the north of Middlesbrough and 12 miles east of Durham. Shotton Colliery lies approximately 1 mile to the west of the A19 which is one of the main arterial routes running north to south through the region linking Tyneside in the north and Teeside to the south. The B1280 passes north to south along the western edge of the village. Durham Tees Valley Airport is situated 18 miles to the south.
Thornley Station Industrial Estate comprises of two terraces either side of a central yard. The estate totals 12,895 sq ft and is split into 10 single storey workshop / industrial units ranging in size from 506 sq ft up to 2,001 sq ft.
Units 1A-D are constructed of steel frame construction with brick / block elevations and continuous glazing to the upper parts. There is a metal decked flat roof which is covered with mineral felt and the eaves height is around 4.0 metres. Each unit has an electric roller shutter door. The other block comprises of six units (2A-F) which are of steel frame construction with brick / block elevations to a height of around 2 metres and metal cladding above and to the mono-pitched roof which rises towards the rear. The eaves height is around 3.5 metres. Internally, there are concrete painted blockwork walls and the underside of the roof is insulated and incorporates approximately 10% rooflights.
Externally, the site is surrounded by steel palisade fencing and a gated entrance from the main estate road.
There are a range of flexible leasing options available. For further details please contact us.
The EPC rating on the property is between C67 – D89. A copy of the individual EPC's are available upon request.
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