The property is located in Tain, a royal burgh which lies on the south shore of the Dornoch Firth in Easter Ross. Tainlies approximately 13 miles to the north east of Invergordon and approximately 34 miles to the north of Inverness via the main A9 trunk road leading both north and south.
Tain benefits from regular bus and rail services with a railway station on the Far North Line heading to Wick and Thurso. Both primary and secondary schools are located in the town as well as a links golf course, various boutique hotels and a selection of national and local traders found on the High Street.
The property is prominently and centrally positioned within the town centre on Lamington Street which connects to the main High Street and Tower Street. Lamington Street forms part of the main thoroughfare through the town centre and is also part of the B9174 which connects directly to the main A9 Trunk Road,
Neighbouring occupiers include Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Ltd, R MacLeod & Son ironmongers, Silver Tide Fish and Chips, The Art Room and Audacia Accounting Ltd.
The subjects comprise a former post office counter more recently operated as a hairdressing salon forming part of the ground floor of a wider stone and slate detached building. The wider building is operated as a Royal Mail sorting office.
Internally, the accommodation provides an open plan sales area with a store/office and staff toilet to the rear. Lighting is provided by suspended fluorescent strip lights and wall mounted radiators provide heating. The unit benefits from a high ceiling height (3.65 metes) and large windows which provide a high level of natural light. Double timber doors provide access into a small vestibule leading directly from Lamington Street.
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