Domino Park

DOMINO PARK. RUNCORN

FOR SALE   7,500 sq.ft. ( 697.50 sq.m.)

Description

Domino Park is an excellent opportunity to acquire industrial, manufacturing, distribution accommodation on either a freehold or leasehold basis. The development comprises 4 units ranging from 7,500 sq ft to 20,500 sq ft. The buildings are constructed to a very high standard incorporating brick elevations with double glazed aluminum framed windows under a pitched roof.

Location

Runcorn is situated south of the River Mersey, 19 kilometres (12 miles) south east of Liverpool, 11 kilometres (7 miles) west of Warrington and approximately 40 kilometres (25 miles) south west of Manchester. Runcorn was designated a new town in 1964 and is one of the main industrial and technology centres in Cheshire. The town benefits from excellent road communications, being bounded to the south by the M56 Manchester to North Wales motorway, which to the east joins the M6 (junction 20), which in turn connects northwards to Preston, Lancaster and Glasgow and southwards to Birmingham and London.

The M62 corridor to the north of the town runs east-west between Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds and provides an access with the north-south M6 corridor providing comprehensive access to the regional population centres and national motorway network.

Runcorn benefits from being on the main London to Liverpool railway line and further benefits from a choice of two Airports - Manchester International Airport (20 miles/32.18 km) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (8 miles/12.87 km) located at Speke.                    

Accommodation

Unit/Floor Size sq.ft. Size sq.m. Status Description
1 8,500.00 790.50 Sold
2 7,500.00 697.50 Sold
3 9,500.00 883.50 Sold
4 19,500.00 1,813.50 Sold
4 Offices 1,000.00 93.00 Sold
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