The estate provides two terraces of light industrial units with one large retail warehouse that has been sold on a LLH.

The units provide a steel portal frame construction with half brick and clad elevations.

The eaves height is adequate for the size of these units. There is a level access roller shutter door to each unit leading on to a small yard and car parking area. In addition, there is a single storey brick built office to the front elevation.

A number of occupiers have either provided mezzanine storage areas or increased their office content.


Newcastle under Lyme is an established town which forms part of The Potteries, located 45 miles north of Birmingham and 40 miles south of Manchester. 

The Potteries is served by Junctions 15 & 16 of the M6. The A500 runs through the area linking the two motorway junctions.

Newcastle under Lyme’s main arterial road is the A34 which leads north-south through The Potteries.

The property is located on the highly visible junction of King Street, Etruria Road (A53) and the A500.

There is immediate access to the largest conurbations in the area, Stoke on Trent city centre is 2 miles south, Hanley 2 miles east and Newcastle under Lyme a similar distance to the west.

There is over 600,000 sqft of retail warehousing within a mile of the subject property. Festival Retail Park, Festival Heights and Octagon Retail Park are on the outskirts of Hanley while Wolstanton Retail Park and Asda are a mile north at the next junction of the A500.