The subjects comprise a ground floor restaurant unit, with first floor content contained within a 2 storey building of traditional stone construction with an extensive frontage to the Scott Street car park.
Access to the main entrance of the unit is via a pedestrian entrance from the Scott Street car park, alternatively, entry to the subjects can be found via a pedestrian pend from South Street. The subjects are partly rendered and painted with a prominent frontage.
The main entrance opens directly onto a large, attractive open plan area used as the main seating area for the restaurant with space for 80 covers. Adjacent to the main seating area is a smaller takeaway space providing accommodation for a further 10-20 covers.
Internally the property is mainly open plan in its nature and regular in its configuration with ancillary staff/storage content.
First floor access is situated at the South Street entrance and is currently used for storage.
The city of Perth has a resident population of approximately 46,000 persons, with the population and surrounding catchment areas estimated to be in the region of 130,000. Perth is situated approximately 20 miles west of Dundee, 40 miles north of Edinburgh and 60 miles north east of Glasgow, lying at the hub of central Scotland's road network.
Perth City hall, located nearby, has just been granted consent for conversion to a new heritage and arts attraction for the city. Works are due to commence imminently with completion proposed in 2021.
More precisely, the subjects are located on the north side of South Street close to its busy intersection connecting 4 main traffic routes, these being: County Place, South Street, King Street and South Methven Street.
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