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The Grapes Inn   Wigtown  DG8 9DS


The Grapes Inn

Ideally situated Public House at the junction of High Street and Agnew Crescent in an area of mixed commercial and residential premises. As Scotlandís book town Wigtown generates a high level of tourist trade particularly during the Book Festival which is held annually in the Autumn with over 200 events. The events cater for all ages and include literature, music, film, theatre and arts and crafts. Speakers at the 2016 festival included Ian Rankin, Joannah Lumley, Clare Balding, Sally Magnusson and Douglas Hurd to name a few.

The property comprises a ground floor public house with first floor flat. The commercial premises extend to some 110m2 with public door leading to a storage area and toilet accommodation to the rear. The first floor flat has an entrance door off Agnew Crescent and is laid out to provide Lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. The flat extends to some 75m2.

The business offers excellent potential for further development and growth. The current owners have mainly ran it as a hobby interest and no accounts are to be made available.

The energy efficiency rating on the EPC for the public house is G.
The energy efficiency rating on the EPC for the first floor flat is G.

Rateable value for the ground floor premises is £5,700.


Council Tax:
The flat is in Band A.

By arrangement with the Selling Agents on 01671 404100.

Offers in the region of £100,000 are invited and although the preference is to sell the property as a whole offers will be considered for the commercial and domestic properties as separate units.

Other Properties in the £100,000 range (Plus or Minus 10%)

Note: Genuinely interested parties should note their interest with the Subscribers in case a closing date for offers is fixed.
However, the vendor reserves the right to sell the property without setting a closing date should an acceptable offer be received.

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