The property comprises a detached commercial building having been occupied for a number of years as
a medical aesthetics clinic and having accommodation arranged over 3 floors. The building is of stone construction, having a pitched roof covered with slates and incorporating roof lights.
Internally, the premises have been finished to a high standard for its current use, providing quality space in a semi-rural position approximately 7 miles to the southeast of Huddersfield town centre. It is well positioned with prominence fronting onto Abbey Road North (A629), which is the main arterial highway linking Huddersfield with Sheffield, which is a further 20 miles to the southeast. It is positioned between the villages of Shelley and Shepley.
The accommodation provides 253.44m (2,728ft), which includes reception, office, treatment rooms and staff facilities.
The property presents an excellent opportunity for a business owner in a similar industry to that of the occupying business, being finished to a high standard throughout, and benefiting from having gas fired central heating, PVCu double glazing and security shutters to ground floor windows.
Additionally, the property would suit alternative commercial uses, including offices and quasi medical uses, subject to obtaining any relevant planning consents.
The property would also be attractive to investors and currently generates an income of £10,000 per annum for the lower ground floor with the prospect of this continuing, subject to the buyers requirements.