Offers Over, £200,000
31 South Street, ELGIN, Moray
CCL are delighted to bring to market for sale 31 South Street Elgin. A substantial office and commercial building in the heart of the charming market town of Elgin. The accommodation is spread over 2 floors and attic space at the front and a large work shop / industrial space to the rear. The property is a former print works and as such benefits from a range of original features including solid wood panelling in the main offices and variety of features associated with the traditional printing. The building offers flexible accommodation and is suitable for a variety of uses.
Vacant and ready for immediate occupation
Former print works
Large Industrial area
Total area in excess of 3,600 sq ft
Rateable value £8,600
The subjects are situated in a prominent location on South Street in the main pedestrian area in the centre of Elgin surrounded by a range of well known High Street brands. Elgin city centre contains a good mix of mainly ground floor retail usage with residential or commercial usage on the upper floors. A wide range of High Street shops, small retailers, cafes, restaurants and leisure facilities presently exist in the vicinity. This property is also in close proximity to the new Moray Council HQ buildings. Much has been done in recent years to regenerate the town while the High Street retains many of its original buildings and cobbled streets. The property is also located within a Conservation Area.
Elgin, a lively and charming market town, is the administrative and commercial capital of Moray with a population of around 21,000. It is situated 36miles east of Inverness and 64miles west of Aberdeen with good transport links via the A96 trunk route and rail links to Inverness and Aberdeen and their respective airports. Elgin is also home to Moray College UHI which provides a range of courses for around 10,000 students.
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