Former Police Station, 19-21 King Street, Crieff PH7 3HA
    10 bedroom semi-detached house for sale


    • All amenities close at hand
    • Superb residential development opportunity
    • Planning and building warrant in place
    • Ready to commence immediately
    • Crieff recently voted one of the best places to live in Scotland
    The Property is the former Crieff Police Station. It comprises a Category B listed building originally constructed in 1900 and in use as a police station until October 2021.The Property is a semi-detached two-storey with attic over basement building of traditional stone construction beneath a pitched slate tile covered roof. There is a significant single storey extension to the rear of more modern brick construction which includes four garages.

    Internally, the Property is configured to provide reception, office and holding cells accommodation on the ground floor and various partitioned office accommodation on the upper floors. The Gross Internal Area (GIA) of the Property extends to 547 sqm (5,892 sq ft) or thereby. The property has essentially been stripped out and ready for refurbishment.

    Planning Permission and Building Warrant has been granted by Perth & Kinross Council , and can be viewed online, https://planningapps.pkc.gov.uk/ Application: 22/02156/FLL, where all documentation and plans are held.

    Permission has been granted for a change of use and alterations to form 9 apartments, parking and installation of 2 electric vehicle charging points.

    Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are installed.

    Crieff is located approximately 18 miles west of Perth and 22 miles north of Sterling in the Perth & Kinross local authority area. The property is located on King Street within a short walking distance of Crieff town centre. Surrounding occupiers comprise mainly local retailers at street level with residential units above.
    Crieff has become a hub for tourism, with the surrounding areas
    being famous for hillwalking, fishing and whisky distilling. Attractions include the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre, Glenturret Distillery and Drummond Castle. In addition, in February 2022, the Glenturret Lalique Restaurant was awarded a Michelin Star which has further raised the profile of the town.
    Crieff has a range of local services including medical practices,
    banking, shopping and both primary and secondary schools.
    The town is situated on the A85 Perth to Crianlarich trunk road, and on the A822 which runs between Greenloaning and Aberfeldy.

    Price on Application

    The property may be viewed by prior appointment via Ballantynes on 01738 441825 or perth@ballantynes.uk.com

    Only offers submitted to Ballantynes via email at pert@ballantynes.uk.com will be considered.

    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS1468

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