The former Jewson premises offer an opportunity for a prominent industrial unit with a former trade counter and showroom in a well established business location. The property was previously configured to provide a retail area to the front of the property with a warehouse and yard to the side and rear. The main warehouse is of steel frame construction with brickwork elevations under a pitched roof incorporating roof lights. It features high level LED lighting and overhead heating, as well as three-phase electricity. The warehouse benefits from an internal height of 5.36m (rising to 7.6m). There is a mezzanine floor area above part of the retail area accessed from the warehouse. The main warehouse is serviced by two electrically operated roller shutter doors. The secondary warehouse also features high-level LED lighting and benefits from internal height at the lowest point of 5.4m (rising to 5.57m). It can be accessed via a further electrically operated roller shutter door and a pedestrian door. The retail showroom area offers a cooling system, LED lighting and a suspended ceiling, with tiled floor and a combination of gas and electric heating. There are two single WCs, one of which offers disabled facilities. A manager's office and separate tea-point are also provided. The site benefits from large hardstanding and secure yard space which has been used for storing building supplies. In addition, there are 22 parking spaces to the front of the building.
Adjacent to train station
Potential to increase existing mezzanine
B1, B2 & B8 also Suis Generis(Subject to Planning)
Frome has become a popular commuter town for workers in Bath, with Frome Railway Station providing access to the main line rail network to Bath. Frome has an estimated population of around 27,000 people and forms part of the Mendip District Council area. The property is located in a highly prominent position adjacent to Frome's railway station, which provides direct trains to Bath (from 39 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (from 53 minutes) and a weekday service to London Paddington (from 1 hour 39 minutes). The property is situated on the eastern side of the town centre off the A362 Portway/Wallbridge Road, with Frome town centre, being only 0.6 miles to the north west. The annual average daily flow for all motor vehicles along this part of the A362 has historically exceeded 10,000. There is a mix of surrounding uses including commercial, retail and residential with established occupiers in the immediate vicinity including B&M, Frome Reclamation and City Plumbing.