The property comprises of four semi detached units fronting onto a large central yard.

The four units are all the same age, dating from the 1980’s.

They are of steel portal frame construction with part brick and profile clad metal elevations under corrugated profile clad roofs.

The units have eaves heights of 5.5m. The two units in Block 1 have additional first floor accommodation and first floor glazing to the front elevation.

There are various mezzanines within the units which are tenants’ additions.

Unit 1A is used as a tyre centre, Unit 1B sells double glazing units while the two units in Block 2 are occupied by a kitchen and flooring retailer.

Witney is an affluent Oxfordshire market town on the edge of the Cotswolds. Oxford is 13 miles to the east, Cheltenham is 30 miles west and Banbury is 35 miles to the north.

The town has good road connections with the A40 which is just south of the town centre, providing access eastwards towards Oxford and westwards towards Cheltenham.

The A34 is 11 miles to the east which provides access north to Junction 9 of the M40 and south towards Newbury and the M4.

Thorney Leys Trade Park is located on the southern edge of the town centre and is accessed directly from Thorney Leys, just off its junction with the A415. The estate is 1/4 mile from the A40 junction for the town.

Other commercial developments on Thorney Leys include a B&Q and Thorney Leys Office Park which comprises 15 modern office units. On the opposite side of the A415 are further industrial and trade schemes with occupiers including Screwfix, Howdens, Plumb Centre and Topps Tiles.