Offers Over, £390,000
Rosemount Guest House, 62 East Church Street, Buckie, Moray
Rosemount Guest House is a delightful Victorian town house built circa 1890 that has been tastefully refurbished by the current owners to create an 8 bedroom guest house in the charming coastal town of Buckie. The guest house occupies a superb location enjoying stunning views over the Harbour and beyond to the spectacular Moray Firth. The property is extremely well maintained and tastefully decorated creating a wonderful opportunity to take over a business in true walk in fashion. Demand for short, weekend and long stay break accommodation is high and Rosemount Guest House is ideally situated to take full advantage and meet that requirement.
Stunning Victorian Villa
Holds TripAdvisors Certificate of Excellence for the last 2 years.
8 letting rooms
Excellent coastal location
Stunning sea views
Well-furnished and presented
Enclosed rear garden
Part Exchange would be considered
Offers Over £390,000
Located in the centre of Buckie on the town’s East Church Street, Rosemount Guest House benefits from its prominent trading position on the main commercial trading road with views out over the Moray Firth. Neighbouring properties consist primarily of residential dwellings. This affluent coastal town offers great amenities, services and facilities including primary and secondary schools, health and medical care services, local shops, supermarkets, banks and post office. As well as many restaurants, hotels, cafes and pubs. Buckie facilitates good vehicular access and is located just off the A98 Elgin to Fraserburgh road. The property is well serviced with excellent road and public transport networks and offers easy access for Aberdeen and Inverness. Buckie is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding areas of Aberdeenshire and Moray with their outstanding scenery, host of historical, cultural, outdoor and leisure pursuits. On offer are rolling countryside, idyllic beaches, rugged glens, championship golf courses, salmon and sea trout fishing, Whisky Trails, seaside towns, market burghs and turreted castles. The area boasts the most extensive and diverse tourist trade. Buckie is also either the start or end of the very popular Speyside Way and is also one of the main stopping points on the Moray Coastal Trail.
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