£95,000 Offers over
The property is located on the east side of Sinclair Street in the centre of Helensburgh. Helensburgh Central Railway Station is immediately to the rear of the property. Nearby retail outlets include Boots, Farmfoods, Co-op Supermarket and many local established independent retailers.
Being part of the former Police Office built in 1906, this is a 3 storey mid-terraced building with a pitched slate roof with timber rafters within which the attic area has been converted into offices. Access to each floor is by way of a communal stone
staircase which also gives secondary access to the first and second floors of 48 Sinclair Street. The original front entrance door at ground level has been blocked up internally. The ground floor is made up of part suspended timber floor and part concrete floors.
Upper floors are of suspended timber.
We estimate that the Net Internal Floor Areas are as follows:
Ground Floor: 796 sq.ft. 73.97 sq.metres
First Floor: 700 sq. ft. 65.06 sq.metres
Attic Floor: 496 sq.ft. 46.12 sq.metres
Briefly the Accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: General Office, 2 offices, store, kitchen, staff rest room and 2 toilets. A
fire exit gives secondary access to a communal vennel between 50 &52 Sinclair Street.
First Floor: a central hallway surrounded by 5 offices and Toilet. There is a secondary
exit from the landing on the communal stair that leads to an outside yard area and then
steps down to the rear of the building.
Attic Floor: Reception Area, Storage Cupboard, and General Office, all with coomb ceilings
The building has been served by mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage. Electric heaters provide heating within the offices.
The current Assessor's Roll has the following entry:
48/50 Sinclair Street - £12,000 - Assessed as Offices - this will require to be apportioned.
TOWN &COUNTRY PLANNING
The Argyll &Bute Local Development Plan 2015 (LDP) was adopted by the Council on 26th March 2015. The properties are within the area designated in the LDP as the Main Town Centre. The LDP states that Main Towns constitute a development management zone wherein there is a general capacity to successfully absorb small medium and large scale development. Helensburgh Town Centre is designated in the LDP as an "Area For Action" (AFA). The AFA is defined as an area which
is strategic and the policy within the AFA is to favour regeneration and enhancement.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
To be made available.
Offers in excess of £95,000 are invited.
Offers are invited.
Strictly by contacting the selling &letting agents: Ballantynes
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