Cockburn Halls, a former Miners’ Institute dating back to the 1930s, are located just off the B6371 in the quiet East Lothian village of Ormiston, at the corner of Main Street and George Street.
Ormiston sits in beautiful, rolling countryside in a convenient location just 5 minutes drive from the A1 and the A68. The village is about 10 minutes from the City Bypass and half an hour from the centre of Edinburgh (14 miles).
The property, which benefits from parking directly outside, is only a short walk from a number of amenities including a Co-op, Post Office, café, two public houses and a restaurant.
The subjects comprise an attractive building which has been renovated and maintained to a high standard throughout. Originally dating back to the 1930s, the building’s architecture is reflective of its era and occupiers here will enjoy double height ceilings throughout and large windows which flood many of the rooms with natural daylight.
Ormiston’s unique War memorial stands at the entrance to Cockburn Halls and provides a striking entrance to Cockburn Halls 1. There are four further areas to the property providing a mix of business accommodation suitable for a range of uses including office, training, leisure, research and dance/pilates.
There are currently four business suites available to let. Please refer to the letting schedule for full details of all available space and break down of costs.
Unit 3 also contains a smaller private office to the rear, known as 3B, which could be let separately with a rent provided on request
As previously stated the building has been maintained to a high standard throughout and there is a good specification available to tenants, including:
• Fibre broadband – fast connections
• Perimeter dado trunking with CAT5 network cabling
• Phone lines
• Solid wood floors or carpets
• One tea prep per unit
• Disabled WC facilities and entrance ramps
• Gas fired, warm air heating system
• Security alarms
• 12 shared parking spaces
The subjects are made available on an internal repairing and insuring (IRI) basis with flexible terms on offer. A minimum term of 12 months is sought along with a rent deposit.
In addition, there is a service charge for upkeep and maintenance of the common parts.
According to the Scottish Assessor’s website (www.saa.gov.uk) the subjects have various entries to the valuation roll as indicated on the accommodation table. The uniform business rate for the current year is 46.6 pence in the pound.
Occupiers may be eligible for 100% rates relief through the Small Business Bonus Scheme if the combined rateable value of all their business premises in Scotland is £35,000 or less.
The property is served by mains gas, electricity and water.
Each party shall bear their own legal costs with the eventual tenant liable for any LBTT and Registration Dues.
Upon signing a standard License Agreement.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
By appointment through the sole letting agent, IME Property Ltd.