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The Workshop, The Workshop, Mochrum, Newton Stewart

OIRO: £79,000



  • Joiners workshop with adjacent building plot
  • Village location

Workshop with adjacent building plot and off-road parking in the rural village of Mochrum.

The site is located adjacent to the public road.

A Pre-Application Enquiry was made to Dumfries and Galloway Planning Department. The report came back as favourable to the erection of a one and a half storey dwellinghouse on the vacant plot, and retaining the existing workshop. The report is available on request.
The site in total extends to 0.15 acres.
Mains water and electricity are available to be connected to the site through the utility providers.

Workshop (39' 4" x 29' 6" or 12.00m x 9.00m)
The workshop currently houses a joinery business who rent the premises. Upon a successful offer the premises will be vacated by the tenant.
It is of a brick construction with steel roof trusses and clad in cement corrugated sheeting. Built in the mid-1950s, internally there is a small office and toilet facilities, with connections to mains water and electricity.

Viewing of the vacant site can be conducted at the viewer's own risk during daylight hours. Access to the workshop is strictly by appointment only.

Closing Date
It is possible that a Closing Date may be set for the receipt of offers and all interested parties are urged to indicate their interest to the selling agents via a solicitor so that they may be informed should a Closing Date be set. It should however be pointed out that the seller reserves the right to sell the property without the setting of a Closing Date.

These particulars were prepared on the 19th April 2022 and have been carefully compiled and are believed to be correct. Any error or omission however shall not annul the sale nor in any event give grounds for action at Law. Where dimensions are shown, these are approximate only.

Money Laundering
'The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 came into force on the 26th June 2017. This now requires us to conduct due diligence not only on our client but also any purchasers or occupiers. Once an offer has been accepted, the prospective purchaser(s)/occupier(s) will need to provide, as a minimum, proof of identity and residence and proof of funds for the purchase, before the transaction can proceed.'

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