Beechlea industrial units and offices are situated on the conveniently located Beechlea industrial estate on the outskirts of Winkleigh.
The brand new units are purpose built and offer commercial use for a variety of purposes.
OFFICE 1 : 208sq ft of office space, well equipped, carpeted unit with natural light that would be an ideal space for any start up business or any existing enterprise in need of additional or new space @ £250pcm*
OFFICE 2 : 320sq ft of office space, as above @ £325pcm*
*shared toilet and kitchen facilities
INDUSTRIAL UNIT 1 : Large 2400sq ft commercial space with integrated office space, toilet facilities mezzanine level and roller door with access @ £900pcm
All inclusive of mains gas heating
Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Local Authority to ascertain
the rates payable. Small business rates relief of up to 100% is available to occupiers of
premises with rateable values less than £12,000 per annum.
All of the units are available on flexible terms and the price is inclusive of heating, each unit has own, independent electricity supply and on site car parking.
Please call us on 01363 777999 (option 2) or email [email protected] to discuss further.
DIRECTIONS : Follow the A377 from Crediton to Morchard Road and then take the B3220 to Winkleigh, drive through the village passing the Football pitch and sports hall on right and the commercial units will then be on your right. Follow the private around to the front of the units for parking.
For sat nav please follow EX19 8DH.
Winkleigh is a gem, concealed deep within the rise and fall of the Mid Devon hills. As far as villages go it is quite large and has a strong communal atmosphere, whilst still retaining many of its unique traditions (including an annual 750 year old country fayre). Winkleigh has many facilities, including: 2 pubs, a post office, general stores, a butchers, a fishmongers, a vets, a doctor’s surgery, mechanics garage, a primary school, a chapel, sports centre, village hall and community hall…certainly enough to satisfy. For history enthusiasts the village is home to the ruins of two 12th Century castles – the only village in Devon that is. The closest supermarkets are in the town of Okehampton about 11 miles away, where access to the A30 dual carriageway is also found (a direct route to Exeter).
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