Town centre office/salon/shop for lease/may sell
965 Sqft - 46 Campbell Street
On Campbell Street within the central commercial core of Hamilton town centre. Within 50 metres of Cadzow Street, one of the town’s principal retail and commercial thoroughfares, the surrounding area displays a combination of retail, public, commercial, licensed and retail uses. Neighbouring and nearby occupiers include barbers, hairdresser, Shepherd surveyors, police station, District Court, public house and restaurant.
Pay and display on street parking is available on Campbell Street and the New Cross Centre multi storey car park is nearby.
Hamilton is a sub-regional centre located approximately 11 miles south east of Glasgow, 5 miles from East Kilbride, 2 miles south of Motherwell and enjoys a strategic location adjacent to Junction 6 of the M74. With a resident population of approximately 50,000, there is an estimated catchment of 350,000 within 6 miles/ 10 kilometres.
Extensive frontage of approximately 13.5 metres/44 ft incorporating 3 display windows and entrance dor to spacious, open plan office/retail area with 2 private offices off, kitchen, male and female/disabled toilets and storage off to the rear. Gas central heating has been installed.Prospective tenants/purchasers should confirm their use is acceptable to the planning department of South Lanarkshire Council but the space may suit a variety of office, salon and retail uses.
965 sq ft / 89.65 sq m or thereby net internal area.
ENERGY RATING: E
RENT, LEASE DETAILS, PRICE ETC:
A new lease is sought for a negotiable duration on standard, commercial, full repairing and insuring terms at RENTAL OFFERS OVER £11,500 PER ANNUM exclusive of VAT and local rates.
Alternatively, our client may consider a sale of the property at OFFERS OVER £110,000 excusive of VAT
For the avoidance of doubt, our clients inform us that VAT will be payable on the rent or purchase price in this instance.
In the first instance, all offers should be submitted to Mr Cameron of this office.
STRICTLY by appointment through ourselves as agents.