The subject premises comprise a ground floor retail unit with the return frontage, accessed from West George Street and contained within a traditional end terraced two storey and attic building of solid red sandstone construction with a pitched and French barn style slated roof incorporating parapet gutters. A pedestrian entrance with a stepped entrance way from pavement level is accessed from West George Street with two display windows on either side of the doorway. A return frontage with three windows fronting John Finnie Street are also provided.
Internally the accommodation is largely open plan in nature with storage and WC facilities. The subjects have previously traded as a café/ restaurant.
Kilmarnock is situated within East Ayrshire and serves as the main administrative centre of the Council. The town has a resident population of approximately 46,159 persons (Census 2011) although draws on a wider rural catchment population from surrounding towns and villages.
Kilmarnock is located approximately 7 miles east of Irvine, 13 miles north east of Ayr and 25 miles south west of Glasgow, connected by the A71 and A77/ M77 trunk roads respectively. The A77 and M77 provide direct access to Glasgow and the Scottish motorway network. The A71 provides an alternative route directly to the M74 and on to Edinburgh, which is approximately 70 miles to the east.
Kilmarnock is well connected throughout East Ayrshire by public transport with regular bus and rail services in all directions. Kilmarnock Railway Station is situated directly opposite the subject property and Kilmarnock Bus Station within a short walking distance to the east.
The subject property is prominently situated on a corner position to the east of John Finnie Street and south of West George Street and is surrounded by a number of similar commercial, retail and office premises with residential accommodation above.
Surrounding occupiers include WG13 Café Restaurant, Fanny by Gaslight Public House, The Tartan Sheep Public House and Administrative Offices of East Ayrshire Council.
Local authority: East Ayrshire Council
Bus and train station within immediate vicinity. Good access to main road networks.
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