Fitted restaurant within the desirable commuter village of Houston with large car park. Scope for alternative uses subject to planning.
The restaurant is arranged within an attractive and historic two storey traditional stone constructed buildings, under high-pitched roofs, clad externally in slate. The external walls have been painted externally. The main buildings benefit from significant historical character and the original building is likely to date from the late 1800s. Adjacent to the main building is a dedicated tarmacadam car park / outdoor seating area.
Houston is situated approximately 8 miles to the west of Glasgow City Centre and 2 miles to the west of Paisley Town Centre. Houston is an extremely affluent commuter village. With a population in the region of 7,000 persons, together with a further 5,000 persons from the nearby Bridge of Weir, any licensed or commercial business will attract not only the residents from the villages, but trade from both Paisley and Glasgow.
The restaurant is situated in a prime trading position within the centre of the old village of Houston.
Milliken Park (2.9 miles)
Bishopton (3.0 miles)
Johnstone (3.1 miles)