Retail - A3 1,157 SqFt Kelham Island, Sheffield

Leasehold £24,500 per annum

Eagle Works, Little Kelham, Cotton Mill Walk, Kelham Island, Sheffield, S3 8DH

Key Features

  • Retail/leisure unit in the heart of the Little Kelham development
  • Next to residential housing / apartments, office space and a restaurant therefore good passing trade
  • Rare opportunity to acquire a unique space in such a popular location
  • Impressive, refurbished mill building



Eagle Works is an old Steel Mill which has been refurbished to provide amazing office and retail / leisure space. The building forms part of the larger Little Kelham mixed use development in the increasingly popular area of Kelham Island which is one of the most desirable places to live, work and socialise in Sheffield.

The available space is on the ground floor and extends to 1,157 sq ft of the impressive former mill building. The upper floors are offices and there is an Italian restaurant in the adjacent unit on the ground floor.

While we anticipate it to be a retail/leisure unit, it would also work extremely well as a creative workspace.


The Little Kelham development is located in prime Kelham Island, which is one of the most popular locations in Sheffield and Eagle Works sits at the heart of the development. It is an architecturally striking building surrounded by numerous houses and apartments as well as the office and restaurant space therefore there is a good critical mass of people. There are numerous bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants in close proximity to the building most notably The Milestone, Stew & Oyster, The Fat Cat, The Grind Cafe and Craft and Dough. Kelham Island Museum is located just around the corner.

A new lease is available from the landlord to a term by arrangement.

Viewings strictly by prior appointment with the joint agents: Tom Shelton MRICS Barnsdales - Chartered Surveyors Tel: 07738 335482

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction.

Certificate available on request.

EPC awaited or not required