Irving Geddes are delighted to offer a unique opportunity to purchase this substantial 3 storey end-terrace period property located in the heart of the ever popular conservation village of Comrie, enjoying beautiful views of the River Earn.
Built in 1895 as the Bridgend Temperance Hotel by architect and engineer Robert Ewan, the ‘C’ listed building was then sold to The War Emergency Committee of Comrie. The Comrie ‘War Memorial Institute’ was created & inaugurated by The Duke of Atholl in 1921. In time, the Institute building became a social club for young people and most recently used as ancillary ‘bunk-house’ accommodation for a local outdoor centre.
Currently the layout comprises; 9 bedrooms, commercial kitchen, dining room, laundry room, 3 shower rooms, games room, 40ft long sports hall, small cellar and 37ft long lounge/entertainment room with feature turret window. A private garden area is located to the rear with a private parking area beyond. Combruith boasts some handsome features such as cornicing, wooden balustrade, wrought-iron parapet and slated octagonal corner turret. Subject to planning, there is huge potential for development. Extending to some 490m2 , the scale of the property lends itself to division into separate apartments or conversion into guest house accommodation or indeed residential with a self-catering element.
A property of this scale, flexibility & potential is rare to the market and Combruith is likely to generate a good deal of interest. The asking price has been realistically set, mindful of balancing this interest with the need to develop the building.
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