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Fish In Crieff, 30 East High Street, Crieff, PH7 3AF

Offers Over £320,000
95 sq. m.

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale
  • 1,022 sq ft (95 sq m)

Key features

  • Established Fish Mongers business set within the popular Highland town of Crieff
  • Thriving retail outlet ideally located on the High Street with excellent passing trade
  • Trading figures as at April 2013 reflect turnover of c£410K with solid profitability
  • Total gross internal area extends to circa 95m2 with a sales area approximately 57m2
  • Offers Over £320,000 (Freehold) or £60,000 (Leasehold)

Full description


Fish in Crieff is located on the High Street in the highly attractive Highland town of Crieff. The premise is presented to the market in excellent condition with sound trading records. The business is mainly operated under management and has provided the vendor with a good income stream but it is his desire to focus on other business interests that brings this excellent prospect to the market. This business would ideally suit an ‘owner operator’ business model. This attractive retail outlet sells a wide range of excellently presented fresh fish etc. with a number of products being prepared to order. The shop also sells a wide range of ancillary items which compliment fish sales. The business generates a sustainable turnover but the vendor believes that the business could operate to a higher level with new motivated owners having a greater hands-on role. Operating year-round, the location of the Shop attracts mainly local trade but it also capitalises on the business that tourism and the service sector generates. The shop has prominent signage and therefore attracts passing trade.


Crieff is popular market and tourist town is ideally situated within spectacular scenery with an abundance of facilities on the doorstep. Crieff and Strathearn offers the perfect place to explore and relax both as a holiday destination and as a lifestyle choice for families. There are world famous attractions, a varied choice of hotels in Crieff, award winning Crieff restaurants, exclusive boutiques and exciting outdoor adventure all situated in Strathearn, Scotland’s heartland. Also just a short distance from Crieff is the world famous Gleneagles Hotel and golf resort where the 2014 Ryder Cup will take place. Crieff has its own excellent 18-hole golf course with numerous others nearby. Only thirty minutes from Perth in the East and forty minutes from Stirling to the south Crieff is perfectly located to enjoy all the benefits of rural living whilst having easy access to abundant city amenities with both Glasgow and Edinburgh only just over an hour away by car.

The Property:

The property is constructed of stone and extends over the ground floor. The property above is in residential use and is not part of the sale. The premises have been fully renovated and refurbished to a very high specification presenting the business to the market in excellent walk-in condition. The shop has been fitted out specifically for its purpose as a fish mongers. The quality of removable assets is also of a credible level. The shop sales area is accessed via a single glazed door from the High Street. This attractive and deceptively spacious the property is divided into three key areas:
Sales Area - offering flexible retailing and merchandising opportunities with varied and excellent display cabinets and units. There are two fish preparation/sales areas and adequate chilled and freezer storage The Shop also has a food preparation area that new operators may wish to take advantage of. There is also a wide range of modern merchandising units.

Central Area - presently used for storage area and as an administration point. This raised area provides a view of the shop floor.

Rear storage and preparation area presently subdivided into office space and W.C. Excellently fitted out with stainless steel units. Double doors to the rear provide for easy access of deliveries etc.


The property benefits from mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.


Cawdor House is a substantial property and benefits from mature gardens with a range of plants, shrubs and lawn. The grounds have a good level of privacy with the owners retaining a paved and decked area for their personal use. There is private parking for 4 cars plus on-road parking.

Leasehold Terms:

Offers Around £60,000 are invited for the leasehold interest of the business. Rent will be set at £18,000 pa for a 21-year Fully Repairing and Insuring Lease. Rent Reviews will be every 3 years.

Rateable Valuation:

The rateable value of the business is £8,900 with rates being paid at 0.45p to the pound. The business benefits from 100% Small Business Rates Relief as at 2013.

EPC Rating:

The building energy rating is ‘G’.


Full trading information will be made available subsequent to viewing.

Financial & Legal Services:

ASG Commercial is in touch with several lenders who provide specialist finance to the hospitality trade. Paul Hart (Director Commercial Sales) will be delighted to discuss your financing requirements with you and make an appropriate introduction. We have access to a large team of legal experts who can act in all legal matters arising to include conveyancing and license transfers.

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