The property is situated on the north side of the B6265 Bradford Road, approximately ½ a mile north east of access to the A650 Aire Valley Road. Keighley town centre is located a further ¾ of a mile to the south west.
The immediate land uses are predominantly residential with some suburban roadside retail. A Halfords Autocentre lies approximately 1 mile to the west on Bradford Road.
The property comprises a four story former Victorian mill and a later single story extension which incorporates two servicing bays. The mill building has brick walls clad with stone or rendered, a pitched roof covered in synthetic slate and timber framed windows. A single story lean to extension constructed of and clad in timber lies to the rear. The modern single story extension is constructed of block elevations clad in reconstituted stone under a single pitched concrete panel roof supported by steel beams and has a roller shutter door.
The mill building accommodates a customer reception, tyre storage areas and ancillary storage. We were informed that the roof has been replaced within the last five years. Prior to then the building suffered substantial water ingress resulting to damage to the second and third floor timbers and consequently these floors are deemed unsafe and are unused. The rear lean to extension is also used for tyre storage and accommodates a staff kitchen and toilet.
The front forecourt and parking area is concrete surfaced, providing parking for approximately 10 cars.
ATS have traded from this site since 1975, although we understand that the company is considering relocation as the premises are now too small for the business.