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12 commercial properties for sale in Scunthorpe

  1. 11/11a Old Crosby, Scunthorpe

    Retail for sale

    • £165,000
    • 610 sq ft
    • 24 hour access
    • Storage space

    11/11a Old Crosby, Scunthorpe DN15 8QA

    Funeral home

    The subject building comprises a detached brick built property set under a pitched slate roof with associated car park and land to the side and rear. Internally the ground floor provides a cellular layout with three small rooms, W/C, kitchen and loading area.
  2. Development Land, Scunthorpe

    Land for sale

    • £275,000
    • 2.7 acres

    Winterton Rd, Scunthorpe DN15 6TZ

    The land is level and is made up ground. It is rectangular in shape and bounded on its east side by a railway line and to the south by the Buzz Bingo Club. Gas tests were carried out over a period of three years between 1996 and 1998 and no methane gas detected on site at that time. Access rights have been retained through the Gala Bingo.

Commercial property in Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe is an industrial town in North Lincolnshire with a population of around 80,000.

Following the discovery of huge ironstone reserves in the mid-19th century, Scunthorpe grew from a small village into a large town that housed those who worked mining the iron ore. By the 1960s, a number of the town’s iron and steel works merged to become part of the nationalised British Steel Corporation and, later, Tata Steel Europe.

Scunthorpe is known for its strong industrial history and it’s currently home to the UK’s largest steel processing centre. Other industries including food production, distribution and retail also have a large presence in the town and are some of the biggest employers in Scunthorpe, including notable businesses like Wren Kitchens and 2 Sisters Food Group.

Scunthorpe is within roughly an hour of other large northern towns and cities including Leeds, Lincoln, Sheffield and Doncaster. You can take a direct rail journey to Manchester Airport from the town and Scunthorpe is just five miles north of the M180, which makes it easy to travel towards Humberside Airport.