TYPERetail, General Retail, Office, Land, Offices, Commercial Land
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON12th September 2022
Kinghorn is a coastal town in the east of Fife, situated on the North Bank of the Firth of Forth. The current population is just under 3,000 people. The immediate locale is characterised by a mix of residential and commercial operators. The commercial neighbours are mixed and primarily independent. A Coop convenience store is adjacent. Kinghorn mainline rail station lies within short walking distance.
The subjects are semi detached and arranged over the ground floor only of a single storey building beneath a flat synthetic roof. The property has a predominantly glazed frontage and a canopy over the door. Internally the property is subdivided to provide a customer area to the front and counter to the rear, with manager’s office, storage and toilet to the extreme rear. The property is within a conservation area.
Offers over £70,000 are invited for our client's Heritable interest.
We are verbally informed by the Local Rating Authority that the current Rateable Value of the shop is £6,120 and the rates payable are £3,048 pa. The UBR for 2022/2023 is 49.8p. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Authority for verification purposes.
Class 2 (Financial, professional and other services) consent. Under the Use Classes Scotland Order 1997, there is permitted change to Class 1 (Retail).
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction. The ingoing purchaser/tenant will be responsible for any Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) and Registration Dues, if applicable.