The property comprises a shop and basement situated within a larger mid terrace building. The property further extends to include a stone built outhouse. The building dates from circa 1880 and is formed by way of random stone walls under a pitched slated roof. The building further comprises a flat over first and attic floors. This flat is under separate ownership and is not included in the sale/lease. The property is in a terraced row where adjoining properties are of similar style and vintage.
The property is entered by way of a timber/glass door from Hamilton Street the entrance being of semi-arcaded fashion. The front shop has a large display window facing Hamilton Street. From the front shop a door connects through to the rear area which has been sub-divided to form a kitchen area, small office and toilet with w.c. and wash hand basin
A door from this kitchen area opens through to into a hallway. This hallway also serves as access to the flat above. Through this hallway to a door in the back of the building which accesses an enclosed yard. From the yard there are steps down into the basement directly beneath the shop and there is also access at the bottom of the yard to a stone built outhouse. The property has gas central heating
The property is located in Hamilton Street positioned between a bakers and a presently vacant retail unit. Other traders and businesses in this locality include a solicitors office, an accountants office, two beauty salons, a cake design shop, an art studio workshop, hairdressers, charity furniture outlet. Hamilton Street is adjacent to two large car parks (free parking). Parking is also available on street. Dalrymple Street. The property is situated within Girvan′s Conservation Area. There is a bus stop outside the property. Hamilton Street is close to the town square/clock tower at the principle intersection of the A77 and Girvan′s main street,
Rating Assessment: £ 3,100 (effective 01/2010)
Offers around £45,000