£280,000 Fixed price
We are delighted to offer this unique opportunity to purchase this substantial family home which is currently being used as a bed and breakfast. It is situated just off the High Street and has off-street parking and four garages available, which offers plenty of potential. The Pend has been run successfully by the current proprietors since 1997. During this time the business has grown and been developed offering high quality accommodation and food to guests and now enjoys high levels of repeat custom and trade by way of recommendation. This Georgian end of terrace, early 1830's built property is made of traditional stone construction under a pitched and slated roof. The entrance is from street level with an archway to the side allowing cars to pass to a driveway with ample space and access to the four garages found at the bottom of the driveway. Access is via a recessed doorway leading into the reception hall. All areas can be accessed from here with a staircase to the upper floor levels. On the ground floor is a large double bedroom with a front aspect, which could be a shop or living room. Behind that is a further double bedroom with a rear aspect and next to that is a staircase going to a dead end but could be used as storage. Stairs then lead up to the first floor. From here you have access to a sitting room with a front aspect and double bedroom or other living accommodation. The kitchen is also accessed from here and is fitted with a range of eye and base level units with sink unit and space for a range gas cooker. There is further space for an âAmerican style' fridge freezer and space for table and four chairs. The bathroom is large and is a three-piece suite. Stairs then take you to the second floor where the large, front aspect living room is located with the master bedroom next door and three-piece shower room en-suite. From the landing you also have another bedroom which is currently used as a utility/study room with fabulous views. There is another three-piece bathroom accessed uniquely as you go up the stairs through a door. On the third floor are three further bedrooms, all enjoying nice views of the surrounding hills, and a utility room which could be converted into another bathroom. This home is currently utilised as four bedroom property with five reception rooms. Potential purchasers have the option to increase bedrooms and decrease reception room accordingly. Externally you have four stone and timber built garages. These are currently used for storage and for parking but subject to appropriate planning, they could be utilised and developed further. The business sale offers an excellent opportunity for new owners to purchase a substantial building which is trading well with excellent scope to grow further, making it even more profitable. The business trades successfully under the VAT threshold. A full trading profit and loss account will be made available after a formal viewing has taken place.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01738 500 655
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