, North Saint Andrew Street
, Aberdeen, AB25 1BQ
680 sq ft
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The subjects form part of the ground floor of a three storey and attic stone building having a mansard style slated roof. The subjects comprise two shop units which are now interlinked. The subjects have extensive frontage to St Andrew Street. The accommodation comprises sales area together with staff kitchen and WC.
The subjects occupy a prominent location directly across from John Lewis and close to the North Entrance to The Bon Accord Shopping Centre. Other nearby occupiers include Greggs Baker, Magnet Kitchens, Blacks and the Co-Operative Supermarket. The area provides footfall from students and residents who are visiting The Bon Accord & St. Nicholas Centre as well as the wider city centre. Situated closeby is the 100 bedroom Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and the former Robert Gordon University building which has been purchased for hotel development by Sandman Group.
Arrangements to view can be made by contacting the sole selling agents to whom all offers should be submitted in Scottish Legal Form.
Each party will bear their own legal costs associated with the documentation of the transaction. The ingoing tenant will be responsible for any LBTT and registration dues applicable.
The Valuation Roll shows a rateable value of £17,000 effective 1 April 2010. From 1 April 2017 the rateable value will be £17,000 (subject to appeal). Occupier may qualify for Small Business Bonus Scheme relief on the rates payable.
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