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Watch PropertyCommercial Premises, 55 High Street, Hawick TD9 9BP

Commercial - Guide Price £125,000

Property Description

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a developer or business owner to purchase this exceptionally spacious commercial unit located in the middle of Hawick High Street. The premises benefits from heavy on street footfall and internally extends over five floors, including a lower ground floor level. The majority of premises similar to this have been developed to provide a retail space on the ground and lower ground floor with three residential apartments above. Previously utilised as a Solicitor and Estate Agency office, the property internally consists of a large showroom/reception area, hallway, meeting room, kitchen, male and female WC's and ample storage facilities on the ground floor as well as a large basement on the lower ground level - perfect for additional storage space. Moving upward, 55 High Street comprises of four well proportioned offices on the first floor, four offices plus storage cupboard on the second floor and two offices plus storage cupboard on the third floor. In addition to the fantastic internal space, there is also an external courtyard to the rear as well as access to private parking. Overall, this would be perfect for a developer or those who are looking to open a very well positioned commercial premises on Hawick High Street. Viewings come highly recommended in order to fully appreciate. BSPC Ref: 25077.

Key Features
  • Substantial commercial premises
  • In the heart of Hawick
  • Huge development potential
  • Allocated parking space to the rear
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