Falkirk is a town in Central Scotland with a population of 32 000 Falkirk itself is a principal town within central Scotland, lying midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow and affording easy access to the M 9 and M 876, which bound the town to the east and west The town forms the main administrative centre for Falkirk district. It provides a traditional range of retail, leisure and local government facilities. The subjects are located on the corner side of Pretoria Place, which is a terrace of shops on the western side of Station Road, very close to Polmont railway station.
The subjects comprise two separate retail units, one located at the front of the property facing onto Station Road and the other at the rear of the property with a side entrance and frontage onto the car park. The units are contained in a traditional two-storey end terraced building with a rear brick extension. The shops are constructed from a mix of solid stone and brick walls with finishes including smooth and painted sandstone, unfinished stone, and render. There are two roofs, a traditional pitched timber roof overlaid with slates and a rear flat timber roof overlaid with mineral felt. The gutters and downpipes are cast iron, and the windows and
recessed entry door in the front shop area are timber-framed and single glazed. The windows and entry door in
the rear shop are double glazed, with a uPVC design. To the side of the property is a hardcore carpark. The current owner rents two car parking spaces from the car park owner. Potential purchasers will require to speak to the car park owner directly if they wish to continue the current
The front shop extends to 86.06 Sq. m / 926 Sq. Ft
the rear shop extends to 54.80 Sq. m / 590 Sq. Ft
Total extends to 140.86 Sq. M 1,516 Sq. Ft
Property 1 - internally, the property has concrete floors overlaid with carpet/vinyl. The internal walls are brick and stud partitions and plasterboard/plaster on the hard. The ceiling is of timber beams overlaid with a suspended ceiling grid in the customer areas. The rear areas have plasterboard/plaster ceilings. Lighting is provided by fluorescent tubes and heating by plug-in electric and oil-filled radiators. The shop comprises a front sales area, a storage room, a staff kitchen, male and female WCs and a rear storage room. A fitted staff kitchen includes a sink, worktop, and fitted storage cupboards. The male and female toilets comprise one WC and one wash hand basin each. The front shop benefits from three electric roller shutter doors. The fob operated roller shutters provide security for the front shop.
Property 2 - Internally, the property has concrete floors overlaid with laminate and vinyl. The internal walls are stud partitions and plasterboard/plaster on the hard. The ceiling is made of timber beams overlaid with plasterboard/plaster. Lighting is provided by spotlights, pendant lamps, and
fluorescent tubes, and heating is by wall mounted radiators and gas fired central heating. The shop
comprises a sales area, treatment room, staff kitchen and WC. A newly fitted staff kitchen includes a sink,
worktop, and fitted cupboards. The WC comprises one WC and one wash hand basin.
The subjects are entered in the current Valuation Roll at, The Front Shop 7 900 The Rear Shop 5 200
allowing for 100 rates relief subject to the tenant's other commercial properties. A new owner/occupier of a commercial property has the right to appeal this rateable value within 6 months.
The client is seeking offers of over 120 000 for the freehold interest in the property. Legal costs. Each party to bear their own legal costs in the documentation of this transaction.
The properties have an EPC rating of G.
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