23-25 bridge street comprises the ground floor of a traditional mid-19th-century terraced building on two principal stories.
The unit benefits from a prominent retail frontage to bridge street.
As well as current retail use, the unit would also be well suited to a range of alternative uses such as office accommodation, studio, treatment rooms, gallery, coffee shop or similar, subject to obtaining all necessary consents.
Internally, the accommodation is well proportioned having been amalgamated from two separate shops.
The shop was partially refurbished in the early 2000s and benefitted from damp treatment works to the rear storage area around six years ago.
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Property facts for 23-25 Bridge St, Kelso
23-25 Bridge Street is situated to the south of Kelso town centre.
Kelso is a traditional market town with a relatively affluent catchment area providing a higher than average disposable income supporting a good range of independent retailers.
The town has a population of approximately 5,639 according to the 2011 Population Census and acts as a local centre for a wide rural hinterland. The settlement is conveniently located within the Central Borders, approximately 18 east of Galashiels, 44 miles south of Edinburgh.
Kelso is a historic setting with a great many attractions within the town and surrounding area generating a high level of seasonal tourist trade.
Kelso is readily accessible with good road links to Edinburgh and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. There is a mainline railway station approximately 25 miles east at Berwick-upon-Tweed and a new rail link between Tweedbank (14 miles west) and Edinburgh Waverley.
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