CCL are delighted to bring to market 191 Mid Street, Keith. The recently refurbished ground floor retail unit extends to 1798 Sq Ft (167.04 Sq M.) providing a versatile space which benefits from windowed frontage onto the main shopping street, Mid Street and also the adjacent Union Terrace. The property sits in an excellent trading location surrounded by a mix of a variety of other retail units and residential housing in addition to its proximity to the A96.
Prominent trading location
Property available due to relocation of existing business
Dual aspect – ample window frontage
Retail Area 1,798 Sq Ft (167.04 Sq M.)
Basement Storage 1058 Sq Ft (98.33 Sq M.)
Would suit variety of uses
Freehold / May Lease
Offers Over £160,000
The subjects are situated on the East side of Mid Street, in a central position within the town of Keith. Surrounding properties are a mixture of commercial and residential dwellings. Keith is a charming, Scottish, historic town with authentic narrow streets. The town is divided in to Keith and Fife Keith by the river Isla. With a history of cattle trade and textile heritage, the town of Keith still is a thriving community. The Annual Keith Country Show has been going for over 140 years and is one of the most prominent events in the Scottish agricultural calendar. Nestled in the Isla valley, bustling Keith has got four distilleries, numerous traditional shops, good restaurants. The Keith & Dufftown railway is a popular tourist attraction where visitors can travel on ‘the Spirit of Speyside’ through spectacular Scottish scenery. There is ample to see and do in Keith, with an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, a bowling club, squash court, skate park, multiple football pitches and a large sports hall. The swimming pool has been refurbished with a gym and sauna room added to the facilities. There are excellent schools and local amenities.
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