HIGHLY VISIBLE POSITION AT JUNCTION OF SCOTCH STREET AND LOWTHER STREET
- CENTRALLY LOCATED GRADE II LISTED BUILDING OPPOSITE CIVIC HALL AND LIBRARY
- EXISTING OFFICES ADJACENT TO DIXONS DEPARTMENT STORE AND RETAIL FRINGE
- COULD SUIT ALTERNATIVE COMMERCIAL USE OR CONVERSION, SUBJECT TO PLANNING
The property is located at the junction of Scotch Street and Lowther Street in Whitehaven town centre. Other occupiers include Top Shop, Dixons Department Store, NatWest and a mix of local operators. Public pay and display car parking is available to the rear of the property and opposite to the rear of the Civic Hall.
The property comprises a Grade II listed building previously used as Council offices, being currently arranged as office space with return frontage to Scotch Street and Lowther Street.
The property comprises the following approximate areas:-
1,908 sq ft (177 sq m)
1,553 sq ft (144 sq m)
1 WC, 1 WHB & 1 Shower
1 WC & 1 WHB
1 WC & 1 WHB
283 sq ft (26 sq m)
389 sq ft (36 sq m)
Offices & Premises – £25,750 (2017 listing)
Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the Valuation Office Agency at www.voa.gov.uk.
All mains services are available to the property.
£450,000 for the freehold interest in the property, or £45,000 per annum, exclusive of business rates, VAT and all other outgoings.
Freehold or leasehold with vacant possession.
VAT is payable in addition to the rent.
Strictly by appointment only.
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Last updated: 25th September 2020 - 2:37 pm