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Freehold Available - 10 Douglas Square, Newcastleton, Scottish Borders, TD9 0QD

For sale: £50,000.00|818 |General Retail, Retail - High Street, Office, Retail, Offices

Property details

FOR SALE£50,000.00
SIZE818
ADDRESSFreehold Available - 10 Douglas Square, Newcastleton, TD9 0QD
TYPEGeneral Retail, Retail - High Street, Office, Retail, Offices
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON31st December 2023

Description

Newcastleton (also known as Copshaw Holm) is a village in Liddesdale on the Liddel Water, a few miles north of the English border. It sits within the county of Roxburghshire, 24 miles north of Carlisle and 74 miles south of Edinburgh.

The village has a population of less than 800 which is served by two direct bus services to Hawick and Carlisle. The subject property is located centrally within the village on Douglas Square at the junction of Langholm Street and the B6357.

The property comprises the ground floor only of a larger 2 storey C-listed red sandstone building beneath a multi-pitched slate covered roof. Internally, the property is arranged over ground floor only with an open plan customer service area to the front with a large office and storage room to the side. The book room with strong door and a small kitchen area and WC are situated towards the rear of the property.

We understand the premises extend to the following approximate floor area:

Ground Floor 818 sq ft 75.95 sq m

Offers over £50,000 are invited for our client's Heritable interest (Freehold).

VAT - not elected.

We are verbally informed by the Local Rating Authority that the current Rateable Value of the shop is £5,000.00 and the rates payable are £2,490.00 pa. The UBR for 2023/2024 is 49.80p. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Authority for verification purposes.

Energy rating Performance - C-35.

Location

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Location: Freehold Available - 10 Douglas Square, Newcastleton, TD9 0QD
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