£125,000 Guide price
UNIQUE LOT, Former Teviot Mill Redevelopment Opportunity set over Three Floors Located in the Town Centre of Hawick***Sure to appeal to Builders and Investors alike***Former Woolen Mill with redevelopment opportunity with Large open plan space and office accomodation. Property Suitable for a range of uses (subject to gaining neccessary planning/consents). Situated in close proximity to Hawick town Centre. The Property Benefits from Three Floors with the Second Floor accessed through a Separate rear Staircase. The Ground and First Floors have a mixture of Open Plan Areas and Office Areas. Rateable Value £36,900. Internal Areas: Ground Floor 462 m² (4972ft²) First Floor 912.84 m² (9825 ft²) Second Floor 128.18 m² (1379 ft²) Total 2222 m² (23917 ft²) ***IDEAL REDEVELOPMENT/REFURBISHMENT OPPORTUNITY***The Property lies just above the river Teviot and is within close proximity to the town centre. Hawick itself is one of the larger towns within the Scottish borders and lies approximately 50 miles to the south of Edinburgh and around 18 miles south of the town of Galashiels. The town is easily accessible via the main arterial route of the A7 which links Edinburgh with Carlisle along with various other towns in the borders
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