For Sale/May Let
The property comprises the ground floor only of a larger 3 storey building of stone construction beneath a pitched slate covered roof. The demise forms part of the ground floor with the remainder of the ground floor and the 2 upper floors currently in use as a hotel. The unit occupies a prominent corner position at the junction of Church Street and Mid Street. The elevations are part exposed stone and part plastered and painted with large glazed windows on each elevation. The entrance way is on the corner accessed via a recessed doorway with electric door. There is a separate access from Mid Street. Internally the property is arranged over ground floor only with an open plan customer service area to the front with two cash desks and a clerical office to the rear. There are two separate interview rooms to the side and male and female staff toilets with a small staff kitchen. Internally the finish is a standard bank fit-out with part carpet and part laminate flooring, suspended ceiling with fluorescent lighting and an air handling system. Heating to the property is provided via electric storage heaters. Tenure Offers over £75,000 are invited for our client's Heritable interest. Rates We are verbally informed by the Local Rating Authority that the current Rateable Value of the shop is £9,400.00 and the rates payable are £4,606.00 pa. The UBR for 2019/2020 is 49.00p. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Authority for verification purposesLess
Keith is a small town in the Moray council area in the north east of Scotland with a population of approximately 5,000 people. The town sits 17 miles south east of Elgin and 50 miles north west of Aberdeen. The A96 runs through Keith which connects it directly to Aberdeen and there is a train station within the town with regular services to Inverness and Aberdeen. Within the town there are 3 schools and local services including a Dr Surgery, dentists and Opticians. The town is at the start of the Scottish Malt Whisky Trail and as such benefits from tourist trade. The subjects occupy a highly prominent corner position at the junction of Mid Street and Church Road and front the A96. Mid Street is the primary retail pitch within the town and is home to a number of local retailers interspersed with some national occupiers including TSB, The Spar and Ladbrokes. There is a large Tesco supermarket with petrol station in the town.