Commercial Property for sale41 Queen Street, Lossiemouth, IV31
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An excellent opportunity to purchase a versatile retail unit in a prime location in the busy seaside town of Lossiemouth. No 41 is presented in good condition and was previously used as a butchers shop, but lends itself well to a multitude of diverse commercial uses.
Approx 48 sq m
Main Retail Space
7m x 4.5m
With 2 large display windows and door to Queen Street. Vinyl flooring and refrigerated display cabinet.
2.2m x 2.2m
Off the main retail space
6.3m x 2.3m
Window to side and half glazed door to side alley. Sink and drainer. Fitted shelving and cupboards. Quarry tile flooring.
Mains water, electricity, telephone and drainage
Central Heating: Electric
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