ACTING on behalf of Fife Council, Shepherd Chartered Surveyors have been instructed to offer Cupar police station for sale at offers around £600,000 invited.
This represents a rare opportunity to acquire substantial freehold premises within Cupar, and offers potential for a variety of commercial, leisure and residential uses, subject to planning.
Situated on the town’s Carslogie Road, the 16,670 sq ft property sits on a 0.5 hectares site and comprises a substantial detached two storey building with traditional office accommodation and associated stores and police cells.
There are 40 marked car parking spaces along with a garage workshop and stores.
Jonathan Reid, commercial partner at Shepherd, said: “The property and site would be suitable for a variety of commercial and residential uses, subject to planning permission.
“Given Cupar’s location on the A91 trunk road linking Stirling and St Andrews and access to the main east coast national rail network linking London and Aberdeen, we anticipate keen interest in this rare opportunity to buy such substantial and distinctive accommodation in the town.”
A closing date for offers will be set in due course. Further details are available from the selling agents on 01382 878005.
Police are due to move to their new accommodation in County Buildings, St Catherine Street in early spring next year.
For further information please contact Jonathan Reid Tel: 01382 878005
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Date 9th November 2012.
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