Full Address: 125 George Street, Oban, PA34 5NT
**INVESTMENT PROPERTY** Large Retails unit set in prominent location with current rental of £12,000 per annum. Property extends to 145.8sqm (1,569sq ft). ^^^Early Offers considered^^^
The property comprises a ground ?oor retail unit with single frontage, set within a single storey retail parade benefitting from 2 large display windows.
Ground: 110.4sqm (1,188sq ft) Bsm: 35.4sqm (381sq ft) Total: 145.8sqm (1,569sq ft) Nearby occupiers include McColl’s, Cancer Research, Oxfam and McEwen’s of Perth.
Property has a current rental of £12,000 per annnum. ***LOW RENT. Expected rental of £15,000 per annum.*** the property has a ratable value of £14,600
The train and bus stations and the ferry terminal are a short walk away and there is on-street car parking in George Street
**INVESTMENT PROPERTY** Large Retails unit set in prominent location with current rental of £12,000 per annum. Property extends to 145.8sqm (1,569sq ft). ^^^Early Offers considered^^^ The property comprises a ground floor retail unit with single frontage, set within a single storey retail parade of sandstone construction, surmounted by a flat roof overlaid in felt. The subjects benefit from twin display windows flanking the recessed entrance, with access via a single timber framed glazed door. Internally the property has been refurbished by the tenant with lighting provided by way of fluorescent strips mounted on the suspended acoustic tile ceiling, with floors overlaid in laminated timber. The unit has been partitioned internally to form private office / workshop, tea prep area and w.c with access to the basement gained via a single timber stair case.
The subjects are situated at the northern end of George Street, Oban’s premier retailing location, and highly visible to vehicular and pedestrian traffic entering the town. Oban is the principal town of North Argyll serving a large rural area of the Highlands and Islands. The town is a main ferry port and railway terminal with a large number of daily ferry sailings to a variety of Inner and Outer Hebridean islands and with regular train services to Glasgow via the famous West Highland line. The town is a very popular tourist destination in its own right throughout the year however particularly in the summer months. The town has an excellent range of retail, commercial and educational facilities as well as a leisure centre, two gymnasiums and cultural facilities. Oban has a resident population of around 9,000 people and a catchment of over 20,000, which increases significantly during the peak tourist season. Nearby occupiers include McColl’s, Cancer Research, Oxfam and McEwen’s of Perth. The train and bus stations and the ferry terminal are a short walk away and there is on-street car parking in George Street with additional town centre car parks located within a short distance.Show More
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