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404 Hessle Road, Hull HU3 3SD

Size: 
722 Sq.Ft (67.25 Sq.M.)
Type: 
Retail
Availability: 
To Let
Price: 
£9,750pa

Key Features

Ground floor retail unit.

Situated in prominent position oposing St Andrews Retail Park.

Suitable for a variety of uses.

Available on brand new lease terms.

The property is located along Hessle Road approximately 2.5 miles west of Hull city centre. The surrounding area comprises of various local and well renowned retailers and residential accommodation close by. The property is situated in a highly prominent position opposite the St Andrews Retail Park.

The property comprises of a ground floor retail premises that has until recently been occupied and finished to a high standard throughout and is ready for immediate occupation. The ground floor provides ancillary storage accommodation towards the rear including a kitchen area and rear W/c. The unit has the benefit of an electric roller shutter and access to the rear yard area. The ground floor is suitable for a variety of uses.

The unit is available on brand new lease terms at £9,750 per annum exclusive.

Viewings strictly by appointment through us as sole letting agents.

For further information about this property listing you can download the brochure or contact Jonathan Barker on 07432 534668 or by emailing jonathan@barkerproperty.uk

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