A brownfield site in the centre of the popular Leicestershire town of Syston has just been brought to the market.
Currently comprising a 10,054 sq ft industrial premises with separate storage/workshop building, the site is equally appealing as a potential residential development opportunity. Our director, Jason Hercock explains: “Victoria Street occupies a central location within the town; nearby the railway station, pubs and restaurants, supermarket, local businesses and medical centre. Part of the site also overlooks the Barkby Brook and subject to planning permission, the existing buildings could easily be regenerated into an attractive waterside apartment complex, small housing development or retirement living facility.”
Available for sale now as an industrial building, Victoria Street offers self-contained premises with ample parking. The main accommodation includes a mix of two storey office space and single storey production space and would suit businesses in manufacturing, logistics or online retail.
Jason continued: “The site is within easy access of the Western Bypass (A46), A6, A607 and M1, meaning tenants or residents would be well-connected to neighbouring towns such as Loughborough and Melton Mowbray as well as the East Midlands largest cities of Leicester, Nottingham and Derby. We encourage property developers or those considering new premises to arrange viewings quickly on this prime site.”
Victoria Street is currently available for sale with a price guide of £850,000.