Property Available in Whithorn
The Railway Inn, 36 St John Street
An opportunity has arisen to purchase a public house with adjoining owners accommodation. The Railway Inn is ideally situated in the busy former royal burgh of Whithorn and has recently closed due to the death of the owner.
The business offers excellent potential for further development and growth.
Whithorn is the site of the earliest Christian community in Scotland with ancient Christian and Pagan burial sites and standing stones of archaeological interest. The Whithorn Trust Visitors Centre is the starting point for visitors to learn about the oldest church in Scotland. The area is the perfect location for getting away from it all with coastal and woodland walks, cycling, fishing, gardens, golf, sandy beaches wildlife and stunning scenery. Whithorn has convenience stores, primary school, vets and doctor surgery. The market town of Newton Stewart is some 17 miles and has a variety of supermarkets, secondary school and Leisure Centre and cinema.
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The commercial premises extends to some 200m² with 2 bars, ladies and gents toilets, kitchen, preparation rooms and function room. It occupies a good trading position with vehicular access to the rear. The owners’ accommodation is on the first floor and comprises lounge, kitchen, dining room. 4 bedrooms. bathroom.
The owners’ accommodation has separate access and comprises: First Floor – Hall. Lounge. Dining Room. Kitchen. 4 Bedrooms. Bathroom.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Built-in storage cupboard. Velux window.
Lounge - 5.16m x 3.26m
Open plan with the kitchen. Two south facing windows. Steps leading to kitchen area. Radiator.
Kitchen - 3.64m x 2.76m
South facing window. Fitted with a range of wall and floor units with ample work surfaces and inset stainless steel sink. Space for slot in cooker and space and plumbing for washing machine. Glazed door through to dining room.
Dining Room - 3.26m x 2.80m
Glazed on three sides. UPVC glazed door to veranda.
Bedroom 1 - 6.33m x 3.90m
West and east facing windows. L-shaped room with built-in shelved storage cupboards with sliding louvre doors. Fireplace with tiled hearth and inset gas fire. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 4.48m x 2.86m
West facing window. Built-in shelved and hanging cupboard. Radiator.
En-suite - 1.70m x 1.00m
Fitted with a white suite comprising wash hand basin and WC.
Bedroom 3 - 3.50m x 3.06m
West facing window. Fitted with a range of floor storage cupboards. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 - 3.90m x 2.81m
North facing window. Built-in shelved storage cupboards with sliding louvre doors. Radiator.
Bathroom - 2.43m x 2.07m
Fitted with a coloured suite comprising bath with electric shower over, wash hand basin and WC. Fully tiled. Radiator.
Brick built garage/store (6.00m x 6.00m) with vehicle access from Park Lane.
The easily maintained garden is mostly in concrete with a gravel area and steps leading to veranda.
Mains Supplies of water and electricity. The property is connected to the mains drainage system. Oil fired central heating. The Railway Inn - EPC = G. The Owners Accommodation - EPC = F.
The owner’s accommodation is in Band B.
The Rateable Value of the public house is £8,700.
By arrangement with the Selling Agents on 01671 404100.
Offers in the region of £100,00 and should be made to the Selling Agents.
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