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- Development Opportunity Suitable For Retail With Apartments Above (Subject To Planning).
- Footprint c. 2,460 Sq Ft (c. 228.7 Sq M).
- Available Due To Retirement.
- Double Frontage - 8m.
Additional InformationThe subject property is a single storey, double retail unit. It is suitable for redevelopment for retail with upper floor apartments subject to planning.
The property is located on the corner of Sandy Row and Scott Street, in front of a large regeneration site.
Sq. M Sq. Ft
Retail 86.1 927
Prep Area to Rear 91.0 980
WC 3.8 41
Enclosed Yard 47.9 516
TOTAL: 228.8 2,464
NAV: We have been advised that the NAV is £7,100. Rate in 2016/17 is 0.582601 resulting in rates payable of £4,136.47.
Viewing: Through McQuoids
434/434 Ormeau Road
Phone: 02890 640018
Email: [email protected]
The property is located on the corner of Sandy Row and Scott Street in front of a large regeneration site.
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