Closing date set on sale of former police station and Job Centre in Inverclyde
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has set a closing date of noon on Wednesday 11th September on the sale of a former police station and Job Centre in the council area.
The former Gourock police station is located on Kempock Place, which forms a side street off Shore Street which carries a high volume of daily passing pedestrian and vehicular traffic. The 1,876 sq ft property is close to excellent public transport links and road networks.
The mid-terraced building, built in 1923, offers dedicated parking facilities as well as on-street parking, and may be suitable for residential or other uses, subject to securing the appropriate planning consent. 100% rates relief may be available to qualifying tenants.
And some 21,000 sq ft of large open plan ground and first floor office accommodation on the north side of Scarlow Street in Port Glasgow is for sale. The office suite was most recently occupied by the Job Centre and as a result is fitted out to a standard corporate manner.
Capable of subdivision, this secure building offers some 25 private parking spaces.
Shepherd surveyor Adam Honeyman said: “Both these properties represent a rare opportunity for tenants to secure substantial space in Inverclyde and the interest generated in both has been such that a closing date of 11th September has been set on the sales, evidence of the buoyancy of the local commercial property market.”
Offers over £130,000 are invited for the sale of the former police station while offers are invited for the sale of the former job centre. Interested parties should contact the sole selling agent on 0141 331 2807.
For further information please contact Adam Honeyman on tel 0141 331 2807