For Sale/May Let
The property comprises the ground and first floors of a 2 storey building of stone construction with single storey extension to the rear. The former bank demise forms part of the ground floor with the remainder of the ground floor and the upper floor currently leased to an accountancy firm. The entrance to the vacant part of the subjects (151 Mid Street) is on the corner accessed via a recessed entrance with electric door. The former bank is arranged over ground floor only comprising a public area at the front with cash counter and clerical area to the right hand side. To the rear is a strong room, managers office, staffroom, storage and separate male and female toilet facilities. The fire escape to the rear leads to a small courtyard which is currently used as a refuse storage area. 149 Mid Street is a self contained office with ground floor access leading to a reception area. A staircase leads to upper floor offices, staff area and toilets. This area is occupied by an accountancy firm. Tenure Heritable interest. Rent Offers over £60,000 are invited for our client's Heritable interest. Rental proposals may be considered for 151 Mid Street. Further information available from agents. Rates We are verbally informed by the Local Rating Authority that the current Rateable Value of the unit at 149 Mid Street is £3,300 and 151 Mid Street is £4,700 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. The town sits 17 miles south east of Elgin and 50 miles north west of Aberdeen and has a population of c.5,000 people. The A96 runs through Keith which connects it to Aberdeen and there is a train station within the town with services to Inverness and Aberdeen. The town is at the start of the Scottish Malt Whisky Trail and as such benefits from a regular tourist trade. The subjects occupy a corner position on Mid Street. Mid Street is the primary retail pitch within the town and runs parallel to the A96 which loops around and meets Mid Street a short distance to the north. Commercial occupiers comprise primarily local retailers interspersed with some national occupiers including, Spar, The Post Office and Ladbrokes. There is a large Tesco supermarket with petrol station in the town. There is a council owned, metered car park to the rear of the subjects.