Haddington is one of East Lothian’s fastest growing towns and is situated approximately 20 miles east of Edinburgh, benefitting from close proximity to the A1 trunk road.
The subjects are situated on the north side of Court Street opposite East Lothian Council’s John Muir House adjacent to a Post Office and branch of the Bank of Scotland.
The town’s thriving High Street comprises a mixture of independent and national retailers with occupiers including: Semi Chem, Boots, Caffe Luca and Royal Bank of Scotland.
The subject property comprises a B-listed, detached stone building arranged over ground, mezzanine, first and attic floor levels beneath a pitched pantiled roof.
The available offices are accessed off a central stair core and benefit from existing Cat 5 data cabling with LED lighting and carpet tile flooring. There is a shared break-out space on the second floor with kitchen facility. The landlord intends to replace all windows in the property with new fittings.
Unmetered car parking is available directly outside the property or on surrounding streets. Adjacent to Tesco’s car park, 500 yards away, there is car parking for up to 3 hours available.
According to our recent measurement survey the following accommodation is available:
|FLOOR||SQ FT||RENT PER ANNUM||RENT PER MONTH|
|Ground Floor (West)||176||£5,632||£469|
|Ground Floor (East)||226||£7,232||£603|
|First Floor (West)||254||£8,128||£677|
|First Floor (East)||266||£8,512||£709|
|Second Floor (East)||189||£6,048||£504|
Rentals start from £203 per month inclusive of: utilities, security, cleaning, broadband/phone line, waste management, property maintenance and building insurance. VAT is applicable.
The standard licence is for a minimum 12-months with an option for a rolling month-to-month term thereafter. A security deposit equivalent to one month rent will be taken at the date of entry.
The property is currently being reassessed for individual office suites with Rateable Values to be applied to each.
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 came into force on 26th June 2017. This now requires us to conduct due dilligence not only on our client but also on any purchasers or occupiers. Once an offer has been accepted, the prospective purchaser(s)/occupier(s) will need to provide, as a minimum, proof of identity and residence and proof of funds for the purchase, before any transaction can proceed.
Upon completion of a formal missive under Scots Law.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
By appointment through the sole letting agent, Allied Surveyors Scotland plc.
Iain W. Mercer BA, AssocRICS
Director of Commercial Agency (East)
0131 357 4455 / 07713 626 887
Bernadetta Majewska BSc (Hons)
Graduate Commercial Surveyor
0131 357 4455 / 07917 924 112