Former Brodick Ferry Terminal
Shop to rent
3,400 sq ft
The property is a single storey building of brick and block construction under a pitched and concrete tile clad roof. The roof structure has a glass skylight in the center providing additional natural light into the building.
The Isle of Arran is the largest island in the Firth of Clyde and the seventh largest Scottish island. It is located within the North Ayrshire local authority boundary in West Central Scotland.
The island is currently connected to the Scottish mainland via two ferry links - from Ardrossan in North Ayrshire to the Brodick Ferry Terminal on the east coast of the island, and the other link from Claonaig in Argyll and Bute to Lochranza at the north of the island.
The bus terminal for Arran operates from the Brodick ferry port and provides bus services for the whole of Arran.
The subject property is in the town of Brodick which is the main town on the Island. Arran has almost 300,000 visitors per annum, with the vast majority arriving and departing from the Brodick Ferry Terminal. Arran has a number of small villages that are all linked by the A841 which is situated on the perimeter of the island. Public transport on Isle of Arran generally ties in with the ferry times to and from Brodick and Lochranza.
This shop to rent is located in KA27.