Industrial Unit for rent

Unit 3 Parkside, Christchurch Road, Ringwood BH24 3SG, UK

£51,000 per year
£4,250 per month
7,208 ft²


  • Kitchen area
  • Office accommodation
  • Suspended ceilings
  • Toilets


Parkside Industrial Estate is situated off Christchurch Road approximately 0.4 miles to the south of Ringwood town centre. The property enjoys easy vehicular access onto the A31 trunk road which links Ringwood to Southampton and the national motorway network to the east. The A31 also provides easy access to the Bournemouth and Poole conurbation to the south west. The A338 provides a direct link to Salisbury to the north.

Ringwood is a popular location due to its accessibility to the major conurbations to the west and east and is situated on the edge of the New Forest national park.


The property comprises a semi-detached industrial unit constructed around a clear span steel portal frame with brick and metal clad elevations. There is a concrete forecourt and parking area leading to a metal roller shutter loading door and separate personnel door. The personnel door leads to a staircase serving the first floor offices.

Features include -

* Male and female WC facilities
* Kitchen
* First floor offices with double glazed windows, suspended ceilings with inset lighting
*Gas fired central heating serving the offices, kitchen and WCs
* Gas blower heaters serving the factory area
*Extensive steel frame mezzanine


The unit provides the following floor areas based upon a gross internal measurement.

Ground Floor factory 6,620 sq. ft.
First Floor offices 588 sq. ft.

TOTAL 7,208 sq. ft.

The above floor areas do not incorporate the existing mezzanine floor within the factory area.


The property is available to let on a new full repairing and insuring lease on terms to be agreed.


£51,000 pa. exclusive

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