The property comprises a distribution warehouse and two storey integral offices that was constructed in 1995. In 2006 the Landlord extended the unit and the tenant installed three mezzanines within the warehouse.

The property is of steel portal frame construction, with profiled steel cladding and concrete block elevations under a profiled steel clad roof with translucent roof panels and eaves height of 7.6m.

There are 2 tailgate loading doors and 7 level access loading doors. Externally the unit has an external secured car parking and yard area

Stone is an established logistics location in Staffordshire. The town is located between Junctions 14 (7 miles) and 15 (8 miles) of the M6 motorway, providing a direct link to Birmingham (36 miles to the south) and Manchester (50 miles to the north).

The subject property is situated on the established Stone Business Park, 2.5 miles south of the town centre.

The property lies on Opal Way which provides links to the A34 Stone Road, and connects to Junction 14 of the M6 ,7 miles to the south and Junction 15 of the M6, 8 miles to the north.