Grade A Listed
VAT is NOT applicable to this property
Comprises two-storey former care home on plot of land circa 7.12 acres
43 bed care home within A listed building
Total internal area size 2,203 sq m (23,709 sq ft)
Residential or hotel/leisure development potential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Development potential for additional building/s on site, subject to obtaining the necessary consents (previously developed block of 30 apartments)
Situated within short walk to Fort Matilda Train Station which provides direct services to Glasgow in 45 mins.
Occupiers nearby including Aldi and Co-Op Food, amongst other local retailers.
A heritage building (Category A) built in 1850 that spans 2 levels, using traditional sandstone with a pitched and slated roof. It has a modern single-story extension from the 1990s at the back. It includes 43 bedrooms with ensuite or private toilets, communal lounges, kitchen and cleaning areas, office space, and a chapel.
The property provides the following accommodation and dimensions:
Ground Floor: 1,351 sq m (14,542 sq ft)
First Floor: 780 sq m (8,397 sq ft)
Second Floor: 72 sq m (770 sq ft)
The site lies within Inverclyde Local Authority area and is covered
by the Inverclyde Local Development Plan (adopted 2019). Please refer any enquiries related to development/change of use to Planning Department at Inverclyde Council.
Greenock is a town of approximately 45,000 people and is the largest in the Inverclyde Local Authority region. It is located 27 miles west of Glasgow on the southern side of the Firth of Clyde. The town has a rich maritime history and was a significant Scottish port, offering docking facilities for ocean liners and merchant ships. Greenock Town Centre offers a diverse selection of retail and leisure options, including supermarkets, restaurants, and cafes. The Oak Mall Shopping Centre is located 1.5 miles east of the town center. The area has excellent transportation connections, with Fort Matilda Train Station just under 0.5 miles to the west, offering trains to Glasgow and Paisley. Newark Street has regular bus services and the Gourock Ferry Crossing, which connects to Dunoon and Kilcreggan, is 3.5 miles to the west. Additionally, Glasgow Airport, offering both international and domestic flights, is a 30-minute drive away from the site.