King Street workshops are located in the rural town of Pateley Bridge in the heart of Nidderdale. Pateley Bridge was recently voted as one of the best places to live by The Sunday Times. The property is situated within The Old Workhouse Complex, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017. The site is also home to the award winning Nidderdale Museum. The King Street workshops brings together a group of artists, makers and designers working as individual businesses. These craftspeople produce exclusive pieces in a variety of materials including clay, hand blown glass, textiles, digital imaging, precious metals and gem stones. The craft businesses are well established and have gained a national and international reputation for originality of design and quality of craftsmanship using both traditional and contemporary methods. The site is open to visitors to look around the display areas and see the artists at work.
Unit 11 King Street workshops, Pateley Bridge, HG3 5LE
A modern workshop, natural stone/brick construction under a blue/grey natural slate pitched roof. The unit has the benefit of roof lights and a large window to allow natural light. Space heating provided by Dimplex 2kw panel heaters. Internally the property has been finished to a high standard with the specific needs of a small craft based business in mind.
Mains drainage, water, and power are connected to the building.
Floor area approximately 17.7m2 190 sq ft.
The property is available to let on an internal repairing basis, by way of a new lease for a term of years to be agreed by negotiation.
Offers sought in the region of £3,500 per annum exclusive.
A rental deposit equivalent to three months rent plus vat is required.
All prices quoted are exclusive of but may be subject to VAT.
In going tenants are to contribute towards the landlords reasonable legal and surveyor costs.
The property has a 2017 business rates listing of £1,175 workshop and premises. Please note this is not the rates payable. This property may be suitable for small business rate relief.
Further enquiries and arrangements to view the accommodation can be made by contacting the Estates Surveyor on 01423 500600 x56044 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.