£7,500 Per Year
Former Amble Tourist Information Centre, Queen Street
Modern property in good location within the town
Versatile accommodation • Possibility for alternative use subject to Change of Use application. • Very busy location particularly in the summer months.
The Town of Amble offers a spectacular coastal location situated on the increasingly popular Northumberland coast at theÂ mouth of the River Coquet . Commonly known as ‘The Friendliest Port’ the town is very busy in the tourist season and a sought after place for holidays with its pleasant harbour, marina, proximity to beautiful beaches, pubs and restaurants.
Formerly occupied by Northumberland County Council as a Tourist Information Office the property is well situated within the town being next to the Town Square and close to the busy regenerated harbour area with its weekend markets and recently erected small retail pods.
The building is quite modern, constructed within the last 20 years, in brick under a pitched slate roof with velux roof lights.
The premises have an entrance to the front elevation by means of a glazed door and also benefit from timber casement windows.
The principal space is open plan and there is a walk in storage area, well fitted kitchen with staff WC facilities.
The property is in good order with emulsion and plaster walls and a light well with velux roof lights providing good natural light.
Principal office space 6.56 m x 5.91 m 38.77 m²
Walk in storage1.97 m x 2.68 m5.27 m²
Fitted Kitchen1.79 m x 1.66 m2.97 m²
Total47 m² (506 ft²)
The property benefits from mains water, electricity and benefits from 6 night storage heaters.
The Rateable Value of the property is £12,750.
The new tenant will be expected to contribute £1,100 towards Northumberland County Council’s legal fees.