Property highlight: Substantial commercial premises, large, street facing display windows.
Brought to the market is 36 High Street, Jedburgh, a large, mixed-use retail/warehouse unit lying in an optimum position of the High Street – a fantastic opportunity for a variety of businesses to open a new premises or to expand their current portfolio. Benefitting from two large street-facing display windows, the front unit comprises of a retail style shop, which is arranged over the ground floor and is part of a larger three storey stone built traditional tenement style property. This area is laid out to provide the main shop which is well presented, benefitting from high ceilings as well as a bright and spacious working environment. To the rear is a warehouse style unit which is currently being used as an auction house and sports an abundance of natural daylight by way of three large single glazed metal framed windows as well as glazed double doors at the rear side. Proceeding through the warehouse, there is a further section of building that is currently used as additional ancillary storage accommodation as well as a WC facility. There is a further pedestrian entrance door to the rear of this section which leads out into a small external courtyard. Overall, 36 High Street would suit a number of different businesses and viewings come highly recommended to fully appreciate the size and scope of the premises.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.There is a gas point in the rear yard, this is not yet connected to the internal premises but would be ready to connect if required.
According to the Scottish Assessor’s website (www.saa.gov.uk) the subjects have a Rateable Value of £16,000 effective 1st April 2017. The uniform business rate for the current year is 49 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.
Straddled by the A68, Jedburgh enjoys easy access to many of the principal towns and employers of the region and is also readily accessible to major road links both north and south bound. The town of Jedburgh itself, which has the Jed Water running through it, provides many attractions including Jedburgh Abbey, Jedburgh Castle and Jedburgh Castle Jail to name a few. It has a good range of shops and amenities, a selection of leisure facilities and both primary and secondary schooling and is surrounded by the typical scenic countryside for which the Borders Region is renowned.
Offers should be submitted in proper legal form to the Selling Agents. Any prospective purchaser wishing to be informed of a closing date should notify the Selling Agents as soon as possible. The Selling Agents reserve the right to sell the property without setting a closing date and do not bind themselves to accept the highest of any offer.