£295,000 Guide price
Bay News is a well established and recently upgraded newsagents and giftware retail outlet in an excellent trading location in the heart of the village of Whiting Bay. With an approximate retail floor area of 550 square feet, it has two display windows to the busy street and is equipped with modern, wall mounted shelving and glass fronted display units as well as two icecream freezers and display drinks fridge. At the rear is a storage area and staff toilet and the shop is linked internally with the owner's apartment at the rear and it can be locked off to facilitate independent occupation.
Included in the sale is the newly constructed luxury apartment. Accommodation comprises contemporary kitchen and toilet on the ground floor with French door access to the beach, and on the upper floor a spacious lounge / dining area, bathroom and large ensuite double bedroom. There is a balcony accessed from the lounge area which overlooks the beach and gives truly stunning views towards the Firth of Clyde and Holy Isle beyond. It is currently utilised as a very successful holiday letting property but could also be used as owner's accommodation.
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