The premises are located within the main centre of Kirkcaldy, near the junction to the pedestrianised end of the High Street, neighbouring many of the town’s most popular businesses.
The premises are highly accessible due to its close proximity to the coastal A921 road, while also benefitting from the nearest bus stop being located just a minutes’ walk away.
The subjects comprise a prominent two-storey building on Whytescauseway, formerly operated by an interior design showroom and call centre, the property is listed as a class 2 unit and is best suited for a similar business or financial premise. Car parking can be found either on the street side or private driveway suitable for 3 vehicles.
Internally, the property is fitted to a high specification. The street-facing section of the property is best suited for retail operations given the floor-to-ceiling showcase windows. Towards the rear of the property are a kitchenette and a board/meeting room.
Finally, the first floor houses two spacious open-plan rooms most recently used as a call centre. Its array of double-glazed windows and open floor plan provide an excellent opportunity for development.
This property would suit any class 2 and class 1 use, or a residential development, business centre etc. provided that planning permission is sought and granted.
According to our recent measurement survey, the property comprises of the following approximate internal area: 756 sqm (8,138 sqft)
Offers over £240,000 are sought for the freehold acquisition of the property.
RATEABLE VALUE According to the Scottish Assessor’s website (www.saa.gov.uk) the property has a Rateable Value of £23,800. The uniform business rate for the current year is £0.498 pence in the pound (as of April 2020).
Occupiers may be eligible for 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 properties are served by mains electricity, gas, and water.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
Under the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 we understand the subjects are currently holding a class 2 rating having previously traded as a retail premise.
The property would suit a variety of other uses subject to the necessary planning consent being obtained. Interested parties are should make their own enquiries through the Fife Council Planning Department.
The first floor and its open floor plan provide for this development opportunity.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating is D.
Upon completion of a formal missive under Scots Law.
Each party shall bear their own legal costs.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
By appointment through the sole letting agent, ime DJK Group Ltd.
EPC rating: D.
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