Former Greenock Post Office Site Comes To Market

Posted on: 13 January 2022

Former Greenock Post Office Site Comes To Market

A former Post Office and Convenience Store in Greenock has become available to let following the retiral of the long-term postmaster.

The traditional retail unit is available in the west end of Greenock, located within the highly populated residential area of Brisbane Street, providing a large catchment area for the subjects.

The unit provides a good-sized open plan floor, with counters and the former Post Office counter in-situ, as well as display areas for newspapers, magazines, tobacco and other household items.

The property has electric only, with a large window display option for tenants, as well as roller shutters for security and an alarm system.

There is an exit to the rear, which leads into the residential close and back garden which can be used for deliveries.

On-street parking is available in the surrounding area, with high passing trade due to the large amount of residential dwellings in the immediate proximity.

The unit would benefit from some modernisation and this is expected to be a popular retail property due to its proximity and surrounding trade opportunities.

Neighbouring premises include an Aulds retail unit and Aulds main headquarters. West College Scotland, Greenock Sheriff Court and Ardgowan Hospice are all located within a three minute walk.

Greenock West Railway Station is a four-minute walk, providing regular train services to and from Glasgow Central Station and Gourock, with adjoining services to Wemyss Bay and Paisley.

9c Brisbane Street is available from £600 per month (VAT not applicable).

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