Trading public house and four bedroom maisonette
Unique business opportunity to purchase this trading public house with owner's accommodation which has been upgraded to a high standard and sits in the village of Dysart with sea views and great amenities. The public house currently trading as Man the Rock offers a running business with growth potential if food was introduced. The premises comprises main bar/lounge, dining room, commercial kitchen, toilets and has a small rear smoking area. The outbuilding to the rear houses the bar pumps and excess stock with room for additional barrels if required. The rateable value is currently £12,300 per annum. The accommodation in the maisonette is in walk in condition, has been upgraded to a high standard and offers open plan lounge/diner, kitchen, four double bedrooms with two en-suite shower rooms, dressing room, additional shower room and utility room. The property benefits from double glazing under 2 years old, gas central heating a large rear garden with turfed and paved area, driveway, single garage and has spectacular views over the Firth of Forth. Although being sold as a mixture of commercial and residential, 2 School Brae has a recent home report valuation of £140,000. This lot offers potential for a total lifestyle change to run your own business with stunning accommodation above or to live in the flat and rent out the commercial premises for an extra income.
Home Report owner's accommodation £140,000
Unique opportunity for lifestyle change
Owner's accommodation in walk in condition
Short commuting distance to Kirkcaldy
Residential and commercial use
Stock available by negotiation
Double glazing under 2 years old
Rateable value £12,300 per annum
Dysart boasts a selection of shopping and recreational facilities including nursery and primary schools, museum and community centre, along with the restored harbour. There are also good links onto the A92. Kirkcaldy offers a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities and amenities including a theatre, museum and library. There is nursery, primary, secondary and further education facilities. The town has its own town centre bus and rail station (the station offers rail links from Edinburgh to Dundee) and is well placed for access to the motorway network and selection of parks, with Beveridge Park incorporating a boating lake.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)
Current Rating D
Administration Charge - Purchasers will be required to pay an auction fee of 1% of the purchase price subject to a minimum of £3,000 inc VAT unless otherwise stated
Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.