CCL are delighted to offer the opportunity to purchase Portknockie Fish & Chip Shop with 3 Bedroom Family Home. This extremely popular business has an excellent reputation, situated in a prime central trading location offering a prominent frontage central to the popular seaside village of Portknockie. The business is set on the popular North East 250 tourist route. The fish & chip shop is an exceptionally well-appointed business with modern and new equipment throughout, making this a standout operation. Both the shop and family home have been fully refurbished to exceptionally high standard. Early viewing is strongly recommended to truly appreciate the quality of this property and the full business potential it offers.
Portknockie is a picturesque cliff-top community overlooking the Moray coast and is a popular location to stay and explore the wider region. The fish and chip shop are situated in an elevated location and within walking distance to the harbour and the coastal footpath of the Moray Firth which has some stunning rugged scenery along its shoreline. There is also a choice of spectacular walks on pebbled and sandy beaches. There is a beautiful harbour with swimming pool where people love to sit to take in the views and eat their fish and chips. The village has a population of around 1200 inhabitants with supporting amenities to include local shop, post office, hotel, pub, hairdresser, chemist, and primary school. The nearest town of Buckie, about 5 miles away, offers numerous leisure facilities including a leisure centre with swimming pool, two links golf courses, and outdoor bowling greens. There are major NHS centres within the town, banking facilities, restaurants, cafés, pubs, local shops, and supermarkets. Primary schooling is located in the village and secondary education is located in Buckie. The villages of Findochty and Cullen are close-by offering many social and welfare facilities for local inhabitants plus pub, hotels, restaurants/cafes, and campsites. The self-catering and other accommodation within the area draws tourists to the Portknockie Fish and Chip Shop, boosting trade especially during the main season. The local area offers a wide range of walks and other golf courses. There are many historical castles, cathedrals, and monuments within a short drive of Portknockie, including the famous Bow Fiddle Rock, plus the Whisky Trail is close by. The chip shop is set on the increasingly popular and unique North East 250 tourist route. A comprehensive East Coast bus network operates through Portknockie and Buckie with the rail network operating from the nearest station of Keith, 10 miles away.
The business opening hours are as follows; January & February: Tuesday to Saturday 4.30pm to 7.30pm, March - December: Tuesday to Saturday 4.30pm to 8pm and Sunday 4.30pm to 7.30pm, July & August: Tuesday to Saturday 4.30pm to 8.30pm and Sunday 4.30pm to 7.30pm. There is undoubted scope to extend .
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