The entire development comprises a terrace of similar units arranged in an ‘L’ shaped configuration, with a shared yard to the front which provides access, loading and turning. This mid-terrace unit is constructed of steel portal frames with an insulated corrugated roof incorporating translucent day lighting panels. The elevations are of profile steel, and there is a full height steel roller shutter door to the front, and a separate secure personnel entrance. The unit is open plan with the exception of an office which has been partitioned off at the rear of the premises (which has dimensions of 4.65m x 2.56m) and a single WC which is located to the front left hand side of the unit. A full first floor mezzanine has been installed, being of steel frame construction with a heavy duty chipboard deck. The mezzanine has been set at an average approximate height of 2.3m, the front section is slightly higher at 2.55m. There is a loading access point to the mezzanine at the front of the Unit with dimensions of 1.78m x 1.42m and a steel staircase at the rear.
The unit is 17.5 m (57’5” deep) x 6.81 m (22’4” wide) and has an eaves height of approximately 5.5m (18’)
Marsh Barton Trading Estate is Exeter’s principle business location. The estate is convenient and central, being four kilometres south of the City Centre with good access to Junction 30 of the M5 motorway approximately six kilometres distant. Plymouth is 80 kilometres to the south via the A38 Devon Expressway.