Historic village Post Office with two bedroomed owners’ flat with magnificent views. PO salary circa. £36,000 p.a. Retail sales circa £36,000 p.a.
This is the first time this Post Office has been on the market in 50 years!
A characterful and historic property, the business is easily run by a husband and wife team and whilst trading successfully with retail sales there is substantial potential still to be realised by increasing this part of the operation.
The business is open Monday to Friday 9am-5.30pm and on Saturday mornings from 9am-1pm. The owners’ accommodation above has modern high quality double glazed windows and has spectacular views. Accommodation comprises diningroom, kitchen, hall, vestibule, lounge, two bedrooms and bathroom. There is also a large walled garden to the rear and a separate garage.
Current EPC energy rating - E.
If you are looking for a business that is the heart of a lovely Highland village which is trading successfully, has excellent owners’ accommodation and yet less than one hour’s drive from Inverness, then don’t miss this great opportunity!
If this business is of interest to you, please request full Sales Particulars or alternatively contact Gordon Mair at Cornerstone Business Agents on 0845 123 6970 or by email email@example.com.
Opening from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and from 9am to 1pm on a Saturday.
Number of Employees:
None. Run by a husband and wife team.
Number of bedrooms:
The owners’ flat is situated above the Post Office. There is a sittingroom offering magnificent views over the Kyle of Sutherland, two bedrooms, bathroom, diningroom, vestibule, hall and kitchen. There has been double glazing installed throughout the domestic accommodation.
The village of Bonar Bridge is situated on the north shore of the Kyle of Sutherland and has a good selection of amenities for locals including a butcher, baker/mini-market, hairdresser, award winning bistro, pub, hotel, coffee shop and a well utilised village hall which has recently been awarded Lottery funding. Bonar Bridge and Ardgay Golf Club offers a very picturesque 9 hole course which is described by Peter Allis as a “mini Gleneagles”. Salmon and trout fishing are available on the Kyle a few metres from the Post Office, with brown trout fishing available on the nearby lochs.
The village also has good communications with both north and south with a railway station at Ardgay and Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, some 45 miles away via the A9. In addition there is a primary school within the village and secondary schooling at nearby Dornoch.
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