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To Let – High Street Shop, Ayr Town Centre

112, High Street, Ayr, KA7 1PQ
To Let, £17,999 (per annum)
  • Sizes:
  • 2034sqft,
  • 189㎡

Type: Lease

Summary

  • Prominent position in Ayr Town Centre
  • Double fronted shop premises
  • Total floor area of 189 sqm (2,034 sqft)
  • Rent of £18,000 per annum

Location

High Street is the primary shopping street in Ayr town centre, with the property located on its eastern side close to its junctions with Newmarket Street and Hope Street, to the north of the town centre. Nearby occupiers include M&S, Greggs, Bet Fred, Bank of Scotland and Timpsons, amongst an array of local retailers.

Ayr, is located within the South Ayrshire region around 35 miles south of Glasgow and only a one hour drive time via the A/M77. Ayr railway station offers regular and fast services to Glasgow and Stranraer.

Description

112 High Street is a double fronted retail unit set within a terraced, two storey building of traditional construction. The shop has a large front sales area, broadly rectangular in shape, with a managers office and a store, with a rear extension containing a staff area with kitchenette, a toilet and a large additional store.
The property extends to a net internal floor area of 189 sqm (2,034 sqft), or thereby.
The rateable value is £22,900. The UBR for 2023/24 is 49.8p, therefore rates payable for the financial year are around £11,400.
Rental offers of £18,000 per annum are invited for a new lease of negotiable term.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred.
EPC upon request.

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Contact Details

Branch: Ayr
Telephone: 01292 286974
Email: Anthony.zdanowicz@dmhall.co.uk
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