£82,000 Guide price
Portfolio of public house &3 bed Bungalow
The former Kelloholm Arms public house occupies a prominent roadside position. The gross internal floor area extends to 419 sq.ft approx and comprises reception vestibule, main bar, lounge bar, store room, cellars, numerous storage cupboards and toilets (male, female and disabled). The premises further benefits from a mono-block walled beer garden to the front extending the full length of the premises, double glazing, gas central heating and electronic metal roller shuttering securing the windows. Rental is anticipated in the region of £6,500 per annum based on commercial FRI lease terms. The premises may also suit an alternative commercial or residential use (subject to planning consents). Additionally to the rear of the site is three bedroom detached bungalow which was previously used as owners/managers accommodation. Internally the bungalow comprises reception vestibule, spacious lounge with impressive projecting window formation, hallway, modern dining sized kitchen with breakfast bar fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units, master bedroom with fitted mirrored wardrobes and en-suite shower room, two further double sized bedrooms and a modern family bathroom with rainwater head shower over bath. The property further benefits from UPVC double glazing (please note the glazed units have been removed from the frames and remain within the property), gas central heating, integrated single garage and loft access for storage. The properties occupy a large corner plot which boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside and may suit further development for residential use following the demolition of the public house premises (subject to planning consents).
Prominent plot with public house &3 bed bungalow
Double glazing &gas central heating in both properties
Anticipated commercial rental £6,500pa
Suitable for further development (subject to consents)
Boasts stunning views to surrounding countryside
The former mining village of Kelloholm is located within the Dumfries and Galloway region of southern Scotland and lies adjacent to the larger village of Kirkconnel. Village amenities are available locally within Kelloholm itself and Kirkconnel with further amenities located in nearby Sanquhar. Primary schooling is available within the village with Sanquhar Academy providing schooling at secondary level. For commuters the area is served by Kirkconnel railway station which lies on the Glasgow South Western Line additionally there are excellent road links to the M74 and M77 motorway networks.
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6.21m (20'4") x 5.41m (17'8") (at widest points)
3.83m (12'6") x 3.48m (11'5")
3.87m (12'8") x 2.98m (9'9")
3.49m (11'5") x 2.74m (8'11")
3.60m (11'9") x 3.04m (9'11")
2.69m (8'9") x 1.47m (4'9")
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