Former grain storage building, excellent location adjacent to the A10 main road within the village of Setchey.
Suited to alternative business uses (subject to planning).
Building is internally split into two separate areas, the northern section being internally split by a central blowing duct; into to two corn storage areas, the southern end being open plan with blower unit .
Steel portal framed building with corrugated fibre cement roof, part grain thrust walling, part low block walls with side cladding above.
Northern end of the building is serviced with grain thrust walling to approximately 2.9 metres high, raised wooden vented drying floor serviced from the central blowing duct. Double sliding access doors (4.5m h x 4.5m w) to either side of this building.
Southern end has low block walling. Central pair of sliding access doors (6.05m w x 4.5m h). Concrete floor. Secure area housing Ventec blower to duct, raised access door to walkway over central blowing duct and electric board.