The property provides a self-contained multi-let estate constructed in the 1980’s.

The estate provides in total 5 units ranging in size from 3,442 sq ft up to 14,886 sq ft.

The estate is well laid out and offers terraced and detached units of portal and mono pitched frame construction with a combination of brick and profile clad elevations beneath pitched and mono pitched clad roofs.

There is an external dedicated yard and parking areas and good provision of loading doors to each unit.

Workington is situated in West Cumbria and lies at the end of the A66 trunk roadapproximately 40 miles from Junction 40 of the M6, 7 miles north of Whitehaven, 50 miles north of Barrow-in-Furness and 36 miles south west of Carlisle.

As well as being a renowned tourist location, the area forms an integral part of ‘Britain’s Energy Coast’ with major employers including Sellafield Ltd, Energis, Farmgen, Innovia, Iggesund, James Walker, New Balance, ABB, Corus Steel amongst others.

In addition Workington Port has seen significant investment in the infrastructure, including the rail head and container terminal.

The property is situated on Lillyhall West Industrial Estate which makes up part of

Lillyhall Business Park located just to the south east of Workington via the A595 and representing one of Cumbria’s major strategic employment sites with a significant number of commercial occupiers.

The property itself fronts on to Hallwood Road immediately adjacent to The Lakes College West Cumbria site.