Posted: Fri 11th Oct 2013

Deeside retail park sold in a deal thought to be around £11.2m

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Oct 11th, 2013

Owners Bunbury Properties have sold the retail park through agents Liverpool agents Mason Owen, the asking price was £11,295,000

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The site just of Chester Road East has been acquired by a private property company.

Constructed in 2005, the retail park comprises a B&Q Warehouse with outside builders’ yard and garden centre together with B&M Retail and Pets at Home stores, a Pizza Hut and one vacant unit along with a 450-space car park.


The new owners will enjoy a yearly rental income from existing businesses of £866,242 per year.

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