​​​The estate provides two terraces of modern steel portal framed units with secure concrete yards to the front.

The units were constructed in the 1990’s and are of steel portal framed construction with cavity brick and blockwork elevations to door head height with paint finished profiled metal cladding above.

The roofs are low pitched and of corrugated asbestos cement roof sheeting. The building survey (2014) states that the roofs of units 3, 4, 5, 9 & 11 have been reclad in paint finished profiled metal sheeting incorporating grp roof lights. 

Each unit is accessed by a personnel door, with warehousing sections accessed by a galvanised steel roller shutter type door, all units benefit from a secure yard. 

The asset has a prominent position on Trafford Park, one of the UK's premier industrial locations and situated in a prominent position fronting on to Barton Dock Road close to its junction with Park Way one of the main arterial routes in to Trafford Park.

Trafford Park is located 6 Km (3.5 miles) west of Manchester City centre covering an area of approximately 526 hectares (1,300 acres). It is Europe’s largest dedicated industrial estate and is recognised as a leading industrial location in the Europe and is of particular national importance to the UK.

At the junction of Parkway (A5801) and Barton Dock Road (B5211). Less than 1 mile from M60 (Manchester orbital) J9 & J10 and 4 miles West of Manchester City Centre.

It benefits from excellent rail and road connections with access to 5 motorway junctions and the Eurohub Freight Terminal which provides a direct link to continental Europe via the Channel Tunnel. Manchester International Airport has both passenger and cargo terminals and lies 12 Km (8 miles) to the South East