Killearn Hotel, 2 The Square, Killearn, G63 9NF
**CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS WEDNESDAY 24TH APRIL AT 10am**
Killearn Hotel formerly (Black Bull) with detailed planning consent for 14 residential apartments.
Situated in the conservation area of this sought after Stirlingshire village and within a site extending to over three quarter acres or thereby ideally placed for local amenities of Co-op, pub, restaurant, coffee shops, nurseries and church.
The property is located in the centre of Killearn being 25 kilometres (15.6 miles) from Glasgow and 35 kilometres (21.8 miles) from Stirling and situated just off the main A81 Glasgow Stirling Road on the B834 to Killearn and Balfron.
The subjects are situated in an area of Scotland enjoying outstanding countryside close to the Queen Elizabeth National Park and Loch Lomond. The site benefits from excellent vistas and within an area of numerous country walks and facilities.
The subjects are owned by Star Pubs and Bars Limited (wholly owned subsidiary of Heineken) and were formerly operated as hotel, restaurant and bar until 2015 under the name of Killearn Hotel (previously Black Bull) and have since been unoccupied.
The property comprises of a 2 storey building with ground floor restaurant, bars and usual offices with first floor bedrooms all extending to a footprint of circa 760m2 (8,200sqft).
The property is located on a site of circa 0.3435 hectares.
The planning authority is Stirling District Council who have granted detailed planning consent (under reference 17/00529/ful) for a change of use from Class 7 to Class 9 with conversion of the existing building into 14 apartments accessed from 3 stairways. Externally provision is made for 25 car parking spaces with common amenity ground to the West and South. The design takes into account the Conservation Area retaining the front façade which was a key concern of Stirling Council planners to maintain the existing street scape.
The design is a mixture of 2 and 3 bedroom units ranging between 950/1,150 sqft over two floors from 3 stair cores with lifts.
The affordable housing element has been agreed with the council and is narrated in the Section 75 Notice as a commuted sum paid in three instalments totalling £173,260 on the completion of the various units detailed in the Notice.
In addition there is a play/open space contribution required of £14,000 also paid in three instalments as aforementioned
A full pack of technical information is available through the Agent’s on request.
The pack contains: information provided by the project architect Steve Convery at Convery Prenty who is available for discussion on any aspect of the development on 0141 258 3100.
Includes:- planning and design statement, topographical survey, tree survey and ecological appraisal which accompanied the application, full set of drawings, planning consent, (await copy to be issued) draft Section 75 Notice, (in process of execution)
Offers are invited for client’s heritable interest in the property.
The vendors are not obliged to accept the highest offer and are seeking a clean offer only suspensive on acceptance of title.
Prospective purchasers should note interest through their solicitor to the agents so as if a closing date is set they can be notified
Access to the property can be arranged through the agents.
- Property Type: Development Opportunity