The subjects comprise a single-storey detached building, presumed to be of brick construction, with roughcast walls and a predominantly pitched roof, clad with corrugated asbestos cement sheeting.
Internally the subjects are fitted/finished for their previous use as a Scout Hall.
We estimate the buildings extend to around 200sq.m / 2150sq.ft on a predominantly rectangular site that is around 0.1 acres in size.
Thornhill is a desirable rural village situated approximately 12 miles west of Stirling and benefits from local amenities, such as primary school, small convenience store and pub/restaurant. The village is in a beautiful rural location and has an elevated position on the western edge of the Carse of Stirling, an area of flat agricultural land.
The subjects are situated on the corner of The Loan and Back Loan, around 100 yards to the south of the main street of Thornhill.
The subjects have historically been used as a Scout Hall, however, are now surplus to requirements. The existing buildings would be ideal for storage or workshop purposes, however, the site could potentially be re-developed for alternative uses, such as residential. Interested parties are therefore advised to contact Stirling Council Planning Department for further information in relation to acceptable uses for the buildings/site.
Located in Desirable Village of Thornhill
Existing Buildings Extending to around 200sq.m/2150sq.ft
On Site Extending to Approximately 0.1acres
Considered Suitable for Alternative Uses or Re-development (subject to consents)
Offers are invited for the benefit of our client's heritable interest in the subjects.
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