Deceptively spacious premises offering a prime site, located in the centre of the popular village of Kye of Lochalsh, which is now available for long term lease. The single storey premises are divided into several areas providing a variety of options and flexibility of use (subject to any necessary planning consent). Possible grant assistance for right project. Whole premises or sub-divided flexible packages and assistance can be available to right applicants. Must be viewed to see just what is available.
ANNUAL RENTAL IN THE REGION OF £9,950 FOR THE WHOLE SPACE & VENDOR WILL ALSO CONSIDER OFFERS FOR LETTING PART OF THE SPACE ONLY (SUBJECT TO NEGOTIATIONS)
A deceptively spacious single storey premises, offering a rare opportunity to obtain a commercial property in the heart of the busy village of Kyle of Lochalsh, which was previously used by Royal Mail as the sorting office. The layout makes it an ideal opportunity for a variety of uses and ideal premises where a little bit of imagination can definitely go a long way with the total area approximately 157.75 sq metres, or thereby. The premises benefit from electric heating and upgrade works include a new flat roof and replacement of roof tiles, however it is recognised that internal upgrade works are needed. The owner is fully appreciative of this, and is therefore willing to co-operate with interested parties extensively in order to bring the space back to full usage, with the intention that the area benefits from any new enterprise. This could include an incentive package which could take the form of the vendor funding (in whole or part) upgrade works to bring the space back to use, including any subdivision works, or by offering rent free periods instead, to be agreed.
Business Gateway and Highlands and Islands Enterprise Scheme(s) have a wealth of contacts and practical advice it is possible that they can offer assistance to make your project become a reality, which in turn contributes to Kyle’s ongoing regeneration plans . The friendly local contact details are as follows: Alistair Danter. Tel: 01478 611501 Mobile: 07921 758451 or email@example.com
Main Hall Area 1
Double timber doors provide access into the main hall which has windows to the rear and side, along with Velux windows in the high and pitched ceiling which combined allow plenty of natural light. This large space offers the potential for a variety of uses. Radiators x 4. Timber flooring.
Size 32’ 9” x 32’ (9.98m x 9.76m).Area 3
Good size area with flexible usage. Door off to gents restroom Radiator. Vinyl flooring.
Size 11’ 7” x 11’ 10” (3.54m x 3.61m).
Gents restroom consisting 1 cubicle, 2 wash hand basins and 2 urinals. Tiled walls and tiled flooring.
Size 14’ 6” x 3’ 7” (4.43m x 1.10m) at narrowest.
Central passage way giving access to ladies restroom and areas 4 and 5. Vinyl flooring.
Size 6’ 1 x 3’ 5” (1.85m x 1.04m).
Ladies restroom consisting of white W.C. and wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring.
Size 10’ 3” x 3’ 4” (3.13m x 1.02m).
Good size room providing storage or other use. Vinyl flooring.
Size 12’ 7” x 6’ 5” (3.85m x 1.97m).
Good size room with window to side. Window towards main hall area 1. Radiator. Carpet tiles.
Size 10’ 10” x 15’ 10” (3.31m x 4.82m).
Area 6 (Kitchen)
Selection of wall and base units with single sink and drainer. Windows to side. Coat hooks. Vinyl flooring.
Size 16’ 8” x 8’ 9” (5.10m x 2.67m).
Useful area with single low sink. Window to side. Tiled flooring.
Size 3’ 8” x 5’ 10” (1.29m x 1.79m).
Accessed from the side and rear passage via timber door and also from main hall. Ideal area for taking delivery items etc. Cupboard housing the electrics.
Size 13’ 6” x 3’ 6” (4.13m x 1.07m).
Please note whilst every reasonable care has been taken in the drawing of the above floor plan, the position of walls, doors and windows etc are all approximate. The floor plan is intended for guidance purposes only, may not be to scale and should not be relied upon as anything other than an indicative layout of the property
Kyle of Lochalsh is a busy village and offers all the amenities you would expect of a larger settlement and thriving area with a supermarket, garage, several shops, hotels and restaurants and with facilities of a dentist, modern medical centre, swimming pool & gym. There are bus and railway links, with a regular train service operating to Inverness the capital of the Highlands, which is approximately 82 miles to the east. A regular bus service also provides access to surrounding areas and to Inverness and Glasgow.