Offers in the Region, £250,000
Braemar Service Station, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
CCL Property is delighted to bring to market Braemar Service Station in the Royal Deeside village of Braemar, Aberdeenshire. This long established family run business operates 7 days per week and benefits from a great reputation and a loyal standing client base which adds to its success and profitability.
The business comprises a modern workshop/MOT Test Centre, rural filling station with forecourt and retail premises. It enjoys a prime main road location within the village on the busy A93 and possesses considerable commercial advantages from its monopoly trading position with the local market.
Prominent picturesque location
Fully equipped modern workshop
Class 4 MOT Centre
Private Gleaner Filling Station and Shop
Split sale / lease considered
Excellent net profits
4 bed owner’s accommodation available via separate negotiation
This Service Station is a well established going concern situated in a prime trading location within the quaint village of Braemar in the heart of Royal Deeside. Forming part of the Cairngorm National Park, the village is located 60 miles west of Aberdeen and 50 miles north of Perth and is serviced by a number of local amenities including local shops, a primary school and a doctor’s surgery.
The comparatively small rural community boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector and benefits from excellent road links throughout the area and a direct route to Aberdeen and the North. The business enjoys considerable commercial advantages from its prominent trading position on the busy A93.
The area is popular with tourists from across the UK and abroad offering a diverse range of activities and sightseeing opportunities to suit all. Walking, cycling and skiing are popular pursuits with a number of trails and routes in the vicinity. The Deeside Way, Scotland’s largest ski centre Glenshee, Balmoral Castle, Whiskey Distilleries and 18 hole golf courses are all within close proximity.
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