SALE BY ONLINE AUCTION THURSDAY 1ST JULY 2021 - Online Property Auctions Scotland are delighted to present this vacant commercial building in the centre of Aberdeen. The property was most recently home to Santander bank, and is directly adjacent to the popular Bon Accord Shopping Centre. Would suit owner occupier or serious investor - excellent rental potential.
The property comprises a former bank totalling 245.7 sq m (2,645 sq ft) located on city centre pedestrianised street. Adjacent to the Bon Accord Shopping Centre and opposite John Lewis - guaranteeing heavy passing footfall.
Two floor property - first floor total space is 125.4 sq m (1,350 sq ft) ; second floor total space is (1,295 sq ft)
Aberdeen is Scotland's third largest city and is located some 120 miles north of Edinburgh. The city is connected to Scotland's motorway network via the A90. The property is situated in the city centre on the west side of the pedestrianised George Street, at its junction with Loch Street. The Bon Accord Shopping Centre is adjacent to the property whilst John Lewis is
opposite the property.
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