Currently the only vacant property on Castle Street, the heart of the professional district in Dumfries town centre. No 24 is the grandest property in the Grade A listed classic Georgian Terrace. Currently configured as a restaurant on the basement and ground floor with kitchens and restroom facilities, a leisure hall on the ground floor at the rear and offices on the first floor. Previous uses have included a youth club, restaurant, retail space and a live music venue.
The property is being sold as a whole but would lend itself to sub-division (subject to the appropriate consents).
Restaurant/retail space 321.71sq m
Leisure hall 245.38 sq m
Offices 130.71 sq m
An opportunity to purchase a desirable and adaptable property in the centre of the town’s professional district.
Large restaurant seating area with double doors to the courtyard at the front and stairs to the ground floor restaurant. Food preperation area; boiler room; ladies & gents rest rooms; storage rooms; staff stairs to ground floor
Large restaurant seating area with main front entrance on to Castle Street; stairs to basement; commercial kitchen; storage rooms; staff wc; side entrance from car park; main stairwell to first floor; leisure hall with stage and fire exit to rear mews
Four large offices; kitchen; ladies and gents rest rooms; boiler room
The property is being sold as a whole but would lend itself to sub-division.
Rental income has been estimated at:
Restaurant: £20,000per annum
Leisure Hall: £8,000 per annum
Offices: £7,000 per annum
Dumfries is the largest town in the South West of Scotland and is the administrative capital of the Dumfries & Galloway region.
Castle Street runs west from the town centre’s main retail area and has on street parking and a number of free council car parks nearby.
Adjacent businesses include solicitors, surveyors, doctors and there are a small number of residential properties.
The M74 junction (N&S) and the West Coast Glasgow/Edinburgh train service to London is 15 miles away.
Dumfries has a train station that services the Glasgow to Carlisle service.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity.
Hall and offices £15,500
EPC – G
Prospective purchasers should note that only parties who have noted interest through their solicitor will be notified should a closing date be fixed. The Seller, however, reserves the right to sell the property without setting a closing date.
Offers Should be submitted in Scottish Form to:- Messrs. Grieve, Grierson, Moodie & Walker, Solicitors, 14 Castle Street, Dumfries DG1 1DR Tel : (01387) 266250 | Fax : (01387) 257950 www.ggmw.co.uk
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- Adaptable retail or restaurant and office space
- On street parking
- Located in the centre of Dumfries' professional district
- Grand frontage on to street
- Only vacant property in terrace
- External seating area in front courtyard
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