Large Central Greenock Retail Unit And Warehouse Comes To Market

Posted on: 25 February 2024

Large Central Greenock Retail Unit And Warehouse Comes to Market

The leasehold of this centrally located retail unit with warehouse and first-floor offices is available to let through Bowman Rebecchi, following the liquidation of the previous long-term tenant.

Situated on Clarence Street in Greenock, the property is set across two floors and was previously home to James Walker Devol and Ware With All.

The ground floor is accessed from the front of the property and is currently split into a modular retail showroom, with storage/workshop space to the rear. The showroom is finished to a high quality and could be easily adapted to suit new tenants.

The ground floor is accessed via double-leaf timber entrance doors that lead into the reception area, with access to the first floor as well, which is currently a large staff office, managers room, meeting room, and staff welfare facilities.

To the west is a small secure yard area which is helpful for deliveries, collections, and overnight storage of vehicles.

The subjects could easily be reconfigured to be put back to full industrial use or the retention of the current configuration.

This is a fantastic space for a business to position itself and is rarely available in Inverclyde, with property highly popular on the west coast of Scotland.

13 Clarence Street is available for £4,000 per calendar month.

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