The site is split into two parts and comprises a detached warehouse unit with an adjoining single storey office building to the front elevation and a semi-detached unit with ancillary office accommodation.

The buildings were constructed in the late 1970s and have brick elevation's and pitched roofs.

The property comprises 2 industrial warehouses / industrial units extending to 3,615 sq ft and 5,744 sq ft respectively.

The units, constructed in the late 1970s, are of brick construction under a pitched roof.

There is an access point from Redlands which serves the shared yard and car parking area.

There is a separate access point from Redlands which serves the dedicated loading area to the rear of unit A.

Unit B has been fitted out to provide a trade counter facility.

The subject property is located within the southern part of the London Borough of Croydon benefiting from good road links being situated on the A23 (London to Brighton Road).

The A23 Coulsdon bypass provides a dual carriageway connecting Coulsdon to the M25/M23 intersection 4 miles to the south.

Coulsdon is therefore well positioned to access the national motorway network and Gatwick airport which is located at Junction 9 of the M23 approximately 20 miles to the south.

The A23 connects Coulsdon with central London to the north, passing through Streatham and South Lambeth.

Coulsdon South mainline railway station is situated approximately 0.25 miles to the south of the property and provides frequent services to London Victoria with a fastest journey time of 30 minutes.

Coulsdon is also served by Smitham railway station which provides a regular service to London Bridge.

The property is situated on Ullswater Business Park in an established industrial area to the east side of the A23.

The Ullswater Business Park is accessed from Marlpit Lane (B276) providing direct access to the A23.

The subject property is towards the end of Redlands on the western side and adjoins the railway line on its western boundary