- Former supermarket with development potential
- Gross Internal Area - 211 sq m (2,275 sq ft)
- Circa 0.1 acre land
- Offers in the region of £140,000 are invited
The subjects are located in the town of Armadale, West Lothian. Armadale has excellent transport links, positioned close to Junction 4 and Junction 4A of the M8, connecting the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The town also benefits from bus links serving Livingston, Falkirk and Edinburgh, and a railway station served by the North Clyde Line.
The subjects are situated on the South side of West Main Street, the main thoroughfare through Armadale. Nearby occupiers are primarily residential, but also include Brodies, Virsa Indian Restaurant and Coia’s Sweetshop.
The subjects comprise of ground floor retail units within a terrace of stone-built properties, surmounted by a pitched slate roof.
The property was previously used as a supermarket for a number of years and is accessed via secure electric roller shutters and through a recessed glazed entrance door. The layout consists of an open sales area leading into a series of rooms previously used as offices, ancillary storage and staff WC facilities. It is sold with circa 0.1 acre of land that can be accessed from the rear door and from the adjacent Academy Street.
The subjects have potential for reuse or residential conversion/development subject to obtaining the necessary consents