For Sale/May Let
The property was built in late 19th century and is two storey bank with a separately owned flat at first floor. The unit has sandstone walls with pitched slated roof. It is a detached building within its own grounds situated on the High Street. Internally the unit comprises a banking hall, interview room, kitchen, separate male and female toilets and walk in safe. The premises are category B listed. Tenure Heritable interest. Rates £2,150 Rateable Value/ Rates Payable £1,001. Under existing legislation, an element of relief may be available under the Small Business Bonus Scheme (up to 100%).Less
Port William is a small fishing village in the parish of Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Dumfries& Galloway, in south-west Scotland. It is surrounded by the hamlets of Elrig, Mochrum and Monteith. The village has a population of approximately 460 and lies 23 miles east of the town of Stranger, on the coast of Luce Bay. It looks directly over to the Mull of Galloway, the most southerly point of the Scottish main land and, on a bright day, both the Isle of Man, and Ireland are visible from the rugged coastline. The village has one of the largest carnivals in south west Scotland at the beginning of August. The village and surrounding area draws in tourists during peaks summer time.