Scarborough is an established commercial, tourist and retail centre, lying approximately 40 miles east of York with a population of in the region of 81,000 people and a district population of around 110,000 persons (Sources: ONS and Focus). The town is adjacent to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and is one of the principal resorts on the north east coast, attracting an estimated 7 million visitors a year.
More precisely, the property lies on the west side of Aberdeen Walk, within a block bounded by Aberdeen Lane to the south and Albemarle Crescent to the north. This section of Aberdeen Walk is pedestrianised and benefits from a high level of footfall as it lies in very close proximity to Westborough - Scarborough’s main retailing thoroughfare.
Surrounding occupiers on Aberdeen Walk include The Post Office, Clinton Cards, The British Heart Foundation together with numerous local retailers
The property comprises a detached 1960’s style brick building, arranged over 3 storeys, under a flat roof. The property is regularly shaped and benefits from a gross frontage of circa 22 m (71 ft).
Internally, the ground floor provides openplan retail/office space whist the first floor provides office accommodation and the second floor benefits from a large staff area with both male and female toilets. A passenger lift links all floors as does a solid stair.
Approximate Net Internal Areas.
|Ground Floor Sales||525.22 sq m (5,653 sq ft)|
|First Floor Offices||149.20 sq m (1,606 sq ft)|
|Second Floor Staff Area||65.00 sq m (700 sq ft)|
|Total||739.42 sq m (7,959 sq ft)|
6 clear car parking spaces are located to the rear of the building, being
accessed off either Aberdeen Lane or Albemarle Crescent.