Buyers looking for commercial property in Scotland can bid on a range of prospects next week at a timed auction from Future Property Auctions.
Lot 71 is a vacant commercial property at Kilbirnie, Scotland, which asks for an opening bid of £375,000.
There’s said to be huge potential to split the property into three commercial units. There is a large warehouse with loading bays and roller shutters, first floor offices, kitchen areas, storage rooms & w/c facilities.
There’s also potential for a high yield, as the property could generate rents of £45,000 per annum according to the auctioneer. Kilbirnie is in North Ayrshire and lies on the main road between Largs (15 mins) and Lochwinnoch (10 mins).
Lot 11 is a tenanted commercial property starting at £153,000 in Fort William which currently hosts a whisky shop, receiving £14,000 per annum.
The tenant is said to be “extremely well established”, as it operates 17 shops across the UK with a turnover in excess of £15 million per year.
Fort William is the largest town in the West Highlands and is a popular tourist destination year round, due to its proximity to Ben Nevis and Glencoe.
Lot 26 is an example of a residential property being auctioned with an opening bid of £46,000, which a two bedroom flat located in Johnstone in Renfrewshire.
The ground floor comprises of an entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom. There is a gas central heating system (recently installed) with condensing combi-boiler and double glazing.
In terms of options outside Scotland, one tenanted commercial property is Lot 84, which starts at £35,000 and is comprised of a ground floor with a commercial kitchen, while it has class 3 hot food consent.
It’s located near the high street in Crieff, Perthshire at 8 Church Street.
This is a timed online auction, taking place on 17 November between 10am and 3pm.