GIA: 90 sq.m / 969 sq.ft or thereby
Rental: On application
Anticipated completion date of April 2019
Suitable for retail/hot food/restaurant use
100% Small Business Rates Relief may be available to qualifying tenants
Situated on popular North Coast 500 Route
The property, which was built as a cold war Anti-Aircraft Operating Room and later became the Council Roads Depot, was purchased by the Gairloch Museum in 2017. It is undergoing extensive renovation and conversion assisted by Heritage Lottery and a list of other funders to provide a new home for the Gairloch Museum. Also contained in the building will be a library, retail units, café and an education room which will be used for further education classes. The many users of the building and visitors to the complex will all contribute to the customer base of the café. The café will benefit from the use of a terrace with sea views. The café will benefit from communal facilities such as male, female and accessible toilet as well as staff tea prep area. The property will be fitted out to a shell standard with services mounted in trunking on concrete walls and a suspended ceiling. The property will benefit from a passenger lift also. The GIA of the café will be 90 sq.m / 969 sq.ft or thereby. The property will be connected to mains water, phase 3 electricity and drainage to public sewer. Gas, if required, can be arranged with onsite colar gas supply.