Formally two residential units, the premises has been used as a Buddhist place of worship for the last two decades.
The property comprises part of the first floor of a building of traditional construction arranged over three floors with retail at ground level and residential accommodation above.
The building is accessed from ground floor level off Sauchiehall Street via a secured
entrance with controlled door access. Internally, the property benefits from a number of prayer rooms, offices and a library. The property also benefits from two kitchens and male and female toilet facilities.
To the rear of the property, accessed off Sauchiehall Lane, is a car park which provides car parking space for two cars.
According to our calculations the subjects have the following approximate Gross Internal Floor Area:- 271.69 sq.m. (2,925 sq.ft.)
We understand the premises have Class 10 non-residential institutions consent however the subjects may be suitable for alternative uses including residential or office. Parties wishing to make their own enquiries in this regard should make contact with Glasgow City Council.
Offers over £300,000 are invited for our client's heritable interest in the property.
We would advise any interested parties to notify DM Hall of their interest in order to be kept inform of any future Closing Date.
Sight of the Energy Performance Certificate can be provided on request to the selling agents.
Each party will be bare their own legal costs in relation to the transaction, with the purchasers liable for land and Building Transactions Tax (LBTT) and relevant registration.
All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT, were applicable.
Glasgow is Scotland's largest city and benefits from an immediate population of approximately 660,000 and an estimated shopping catchment of 2 million within a 20 minute drive time.
The subjects are on the north side of Sauchiehall Street, a short distance east of Charing Cross and Junction 18 of the M8 motorway.
The M8 motorway is approximately 0.5 miles west of the property, with Glasgow Central station, Glasgow Queen Street and Charing Cross station all within a 5 minute walk. Occupiers in the local area include The Glasgow School of Art, Bank of China, Tesco Express, Boots the Chemist, along
with a number of local traders.