A development opportunity, this substantial former drill hall is of traditional stone construction and retains many original features. A very historical building to the town of Wick, the drill hall was used by the Territorial Army from 1890 to 2018. The ground floor accommodation comprises of commercial kitchen, bar, lounge, six bedrooms, office, shower room, WC block and various store rooms. The 1st floor is a large hall with high ceilings, two changing rooms and WC block. To the front of the building there is ample off road parking. This large building could be converted for many residential or commercial uses subject to suitable planning.
Wick is the most northerly town on the East Coast of Scotland. It is a Royal Burgh and County town with the Council offices and the Sheriff Court, offering shoppers multiple stores such as Boots, Co-op, Lidl, Tesco, B&M, Superdrug and Argos, together with most of the Scottish banks. Primary and secondary education is fully provided. Sporting facilities include a fine links golf course, squash club and public swimming pool/gymnasium. Wick has an Airport with direct flights to Aberdeen and Edinburgh and a railway link to Inverness and further south.
Large wooden double doors leading to –
Entrance hall – 15.8 x 2.4m
Leading to –
Bedroom 1 – 5.07 x 5.06m
Bedroom 2 - 3.31 x 3.85m.
Bedroom 3 - 2.65 x 3.85m.
Office – 4.71 x 3.62m
Access to kitchen and store room
Living room – 14.4 x 5.10m
Bedroom 4 – 3.35 x 2.75m.
Bedroom 5 – 4.47 x 2.46m.
Bedroom 6 – 4.82 x 4.37m.
Corridor to WCs, shower room and various storage rooms.
Stairs leading to 1st floor –
Tennis court/Gym with toilets and changing rooms.
Hall - 23.5 x 11.5m
Changing room 1 – 2.33 x 5.15m
Changing room 2 – 3.31 x 5.15m
External fire exit stairs.
Off road parking for several vehicles.
All sizes are approximations. POSTCODE
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Offers in the region of £140,000 to be lodged with the selling agents, Georgesons.
By appointment via Georgesons, Wick (01955) 602222 or Thurso (01847) 892225.