Hotel for saleCoupar Angus Road - PH10
- Business for sale
- 6 bedrooms
- 4 public rooms, Self-contained flat
- Grounds extending to circa 1.75 acres
- Property dates to 1840
Heathpark House is an extremely well presented property, formerly used for bed and breakfast accommodation that has been owned by the current proprietors since 2000. The property has been placed on the market due to the current proprietor’s wish to retire and downsize.
The current vendors have restored and maintained the property to a high standard since their purchase in 2000.
Heathpark House offers a fantastic opportunity to purchase a substantial property which sits well within its own mature gardens. The property offers excellent potential to be operated as a small boutique hotel or as a residential care home.
Blairgowrie and Rattray is a twin burgh in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Locals refer to the town as ?Blair?. Blairgowrie is the larger of the two former burghs which were united by an Act of Parliament in 1928 and lies on the southwest side of the River Ericht while Rattray is on the northeast side.
Rattray claims to be the older and certainly Old Rattray, the area round Rattray Kirk, dates back to the 12th century. New Rattray, the area along the Boat Brae and Balmoral Road dates from 1777 when the River was spanned by the Brig o’ Blair.
The town lies on the north side of Strathmore at the foot of the Grampian Mountains. The west boundary is formed by the Knockie, a round grassy hill, and Craighall Gorge on the Ericht. Blairgowrie and Rattray developed over the centuries at the crossroads of several historic routes with links from the town to Perth, Coupar Angus, Alyth and Braemar.
The roads to Coupar Angus and Braemar form part of General Wade’s military road from Perth to Fort George. The town’s centrepiece is the Wellmeadow, a grassy triangle in the middle of town which hosts regular markets and outdoor entertainment.
Following the restoration of city status on Perth in 2012, Blairgowrie and Rattray has become the largest town in Perthshire.
Heathpark House sits commandingly on the Coupar Angus Road on the outskirts of the town.
Heathpark House is a detached period property dating to 1840. The property is of traditional construction and extends to some 6300 sq ft. The main entrance is from a traditional timber door, which leads into an entrance vestibule.
You are then led into the main reception hallway via a large period stain glass timber door. On entering the hallway, the family room and open plan kitchen are located directly to the right. The dining kitchen benefits from integrated appliances along with floor and wall units, with ample work surfaces. The family room is well presented and benefits from views over the gardens to the front and side gardens.
To left on entering, you will find the dining room. The dining room is tastefully decorated and well presented in keeping with the period of the property. Also on the first floor you will find the formal lounge.
This spacious lounge benefits from dual aspects and a feature fireplace along with many original period features. Also located on the ground floor, you will find a second informal sitting room/office with open fireplace, along with a smaller office, and a shower room located at the foot of the stairs.
Moving up to the half landing, you will find a bathroom, with four-piece white suite, along with a separate shower room with shower cubicle, and white WC and sink.
Moving up the remaining stairs, the balustrade returns 180 degrees to give access to the drawing room, with large bay window overlooking the front and side gardens. The drawing room further benefits from a wooden floor, feature fireplace and many original features. Located next to the drawing room you will find a double en-suite bedroom.
Also located off the 1st floor hallway you will find 5 further double bedrooms, 2 of which are en-suite.
To the left of the hallway on the first floor, you will find access to the ‘servants’ stairway. This stairway gives access to the self-contained flat along with the service areas of the property.
Self contained Flat
Located on the ground floor, the self-contained ‘granny’ flat comprises of a double bedroom, bathroom, with shower over bath, and three-piece suite, living room, and spacious dining kitchen with fitted wall and floor units.
As you would expect with a property the size and style of Heathpark House, there are ample service areas, including a spacious utility room, along with ample storage, external outhouse/workshop, cellar and boarded loft.
The property sits commandingly within its own spacious grounds. The grounds extend to circa 1.75 acres and are laid mostly to grass and mature, well maintained borders. Access is via a long tarmac driveway off Coupar Angus Road. This leads to a spacious parking area to the front of the grounds with ample space for 8 cars. To the side and rear, there is a large drying green, along with greenhouse, vegetable garden and additional parking, with access to the rear of the house.
Business and Opportunity
Heathpark House has previously operated as a successful bed and breakfast and offers ample space for a boutique hotel or care home.
We are advised the property has all mains services.
The property is held on the Scottish equivalent of Freehold.
The sale of Heathpark House offers a rare opportunity to purchase a high quality, beautifully presented property which offers the space and scope for a variety of uses. Viewing is highly recommended.
OIRO £599,950 are sought for the heritable property, fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock in trade will be additional at valuation.
An inventory will be compiled to detail all items of a personal nature excluded from the sale and items subject to lease; this will be available to all parties wishing to offer.
Strictly by appointment through the sellers’ sole agents, Bruce & Company. Please remember when viewing that staff and locals may not be aware that the business is on the market and we would be grateful if you do not talk openly about the business while in the area.
All offers, couched in Scottish Legal Terms, should be submitted to the seller’s sole agents Bruce & Company.
Should you require further information on this or any other property, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0131 314 0660.
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