Inveraray is the county town of Argyll, famous for its castle, known as the gateway to the Highlands and Islands, situated on the western shore of Loch Fyne and approximately 63 miles north west of Glasgow. The subject premises are located in the heart of the village on the main thoroughfare, benefiting from on-street car parking and very close to the main car / coach park. Nearby occupiers include Loch Fyne Whiskies and many independent retailers
The premises are arranged over the ground floor and extend to the following approximate net internal area:
Ground Floor: 874 sq ft / 81.17 sqm
£15,500 per annum
The subjects are available on a new FRI lease from 1 December 2021 or earlier, subject to agreeing an early surrender with McColls.
Rateable Value: £12,000
UBR (2020/21): £0.498
Rates Payable: £5,976 pa
This property has an EPC rating of D.
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