£135,000 Guide price
Wheatsheaf Inn, a popular and very busy free house situated in the Ayshire village of Patna. Wheatsheaf Inn was purchased by our clients over 6 years ago during which time it has been trading successfully and has been placed on the market by our clients due to relocation. The property has been very carefully maintained throughout their ownership and is presented in true walk in condition with no work required before new owners could commence immediate trading. Public house: Entrance (main door), lounge bar, m/f toilets and stock room/cellar. Upper flat: Hallway, 5 bedrooms, lounge, modern fitted kitchen &bathroom. In Patna itself, the business benefits from being the only public house in the village ***RENTAL POTENTIAL £1,250 PCM - £15,000 PER ANNUM*** Circa 18% Yield at Guide Price. Excellent BTL opportunity. Investor Capital growth opportunity. This well proportioned 5 bedroom family home is nestled at the foot of a cul-de-sac with open views to the rear. Requires conversion back to residential from current commercial classification - NEW ENTRY - Vendor motivated SALE Phone or submit an enquiry form to get the full Auction Catalogue and further details regarding this sale. Future Property Auctions, Scotland's Largest Land and Property Auctioneer.
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