The property, constructed in the late 1980’s, comprises 3 industrial / warehouse units extending to 120,825 sq ft (11,225.01 sq m) with unit sizes ranging from 29,692 sq ft (2,758.48 sq m) to 51,141 sq ft (4,751.15 sq m).

The buildings are of steel portal frame construction with part brick / part profiled metal sheet wall and roof cladding.

K1 and K3 are connected via a covered link whilst K1 and K2 each benefit from ancillary 2 storey office accommodation.

K1 has a minimum clear internal eaves height of 6 metres and a maximum of 6.95 metres to the apex, 1 roller shutter door and a small 2 storey storage area along the South West wall of the property.

K2 benefits from a minimum eaves height of 6.98 metres and a maximum of 8.00 metres, 2 roller shutter doors and a third dock leveller loading bay.

K3 benefits from a minimum eaves height of 4.32 metres and a maximum of 5.63 metres and 2 roller shutter doors.

The site comprises of approximately 5.7 acres (2.3 hectares) providing a site cover of 48%.

Milton Keynes, situated in the county of Buckinghamshire, is a strategic location approximately 55 miles north of London, 70 miles south east of Birmingham and 20 miles south of Northampton.

Motorway access is excellent being located adjacent to M1, Junction 14 and Junction 13. The M1 provides direct access to London to the south and the national motorway network including Birmingham via the M6 motorway, the West Midlands and the north.

The property is located on Kiln Farm, an established industrial and distribution location in Milton Keynes, approximately 4 miles north west of the town centre and 6.3 miles distant to M1, Junction 14.

The local rail station is approximately 2.8 miles distant and is served by the recently upgraded West Coast Inter City rail line providing a frequent and direct rail service to London Euston and Birmingham with a journey time of 35 and 50 minutes respectively.