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Located within Cardwell Garden Centre, this outstanding retail unit offers modern facilities for a range of potential occupiers with immediate entry available.
The Garden Centre welcomes over 450,000 visitors each year and is set across 36,000 square metres, offering a captive market and footfall for businesses.
Internally the unit provides private storage space, change facilities and staff welfare facilities, with rear access for loading stock. Sub-division is also an option to split the unit into two smaller units.
The premises offer superb retail opportunities for the right operator and provide excellent potential for all-year-round trade with the annual footfall within the Garden Centre.
Other concessions within the Garden Centre include Edinburgh Woolen Mill, which is adjacent to this unit.
CARDWELL GARDEN CENTRE
Cardwell Garden Centre is a family operated home and garden centre based in Gourock. Established in 1962, it has since developed into one of Scotland's largest and finest retail destinations.
The site at Lunderston Bay has developed over the last 35 years to become one of the largest and best garden centres in the UK, growing from an initial 3 acres to 9 acres of retail space and 10 acres of nursery facilities.
With a capacity of over 350 and bespoke designed kitchens and serveries, Cardwell's Patio now boats one of the leading facilities in the west of Scotland, with all year round seating and 50 seats available in its covered outdoor area.
The proposed Ardgowan Distillery visitor centre is due to begin its build in 2021 at nearby Inverkip, with Lunderston Bay beach another large draw for tourists. The unique and iconic Gourock Outdoor Pool is also less than 10 minutes drive.
Nearby businesses include Amazon and CalMac Ferries headquarters, with the main Inverclyde Royal Hospital less than 3 miles away in the neighbouring town of Greenock.
Gourock is located approximately 28 miles west of Glasgow on Scotland's West Coast, with a residential population in excess of 10,000 persons and a core catchment population of approximately 270,000 persons, all within the authority of Inverclyde Council.
Inverclyde is looking again to the River Clyde to support its future growth with a rich maritime heritage, with Greenock Ocean Terminal developing a new pontoon and visitor centre to support its 140,000 cruise liner passengers per annum, with Inverclyde seeing over 500,000 visitors per annum.
The property benefits from direct access onto the A770 linking to the M8 motorway, providing access to the national motorway network as well as the M74 motorway leading South and is 30 minutes drive from Glasgow International Airport.
The subject property is located adjacent to Lunderston Bay beach, with excellent parking provision and regular bus services to Glasgow and Gourock.
CalMac and Western Ferries services to Argyll and Bute are nearby and the national cycle route passes the premises.
For tourists, Greenock Ocean Terminal, for the embarkation of cruise ships and Kip Marina, for access to the beautiful sailing waters of the Clyde are both nearby.
The on-site measurements, measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition), calculate the subjects extend as follows:
3,810 sq ft / 353.9 sq m
The premises are currently entered in the current Valuation Roll with the overall rental price inclusive of rates.
Our client is flexible around interested parties needs.
A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request.
Immediate entry is available.
The units are available to lease on Full Repairing & Insuring Terms. For further information concerning the quoting rents and likely incentives, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs and outlays, including VAT incurred.