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DM Hall markets highly-individual and stylish restaurant in Perthshire’s Auchterarder High Street

Posted: 20th March 2019

The lease of a property in Auchterarder High Street which trades as a highly individual and stylish restaurant and holds a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, is being marketed at an annual rental of £30,000 by DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors.

Currently trading as Max and Ben’s Bistro, the 38-cover licensed premise is located on the ground floor of a two storey and attic converted Georgian townhouse. It boasts a quality fit out and a well-equipped commercial kitchen. A newly refurbished apartment can also be made available.

Located in the 1.5 miles long High Street – the longest high street in Scotland and which, in turn, has led to Auchterarder being known as the “Long Toon” or Long Town, the property is surrounded by independently-owned retail outlets.

An affluent town of 4,000, Auchterarder sits close to the world-famous 5-star luxury Spa and Gold Resort Gleneagles Hotel. It is around 13 miles south-west of Perth and 21 miles north-west of Stirling. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be accessed by car in less than an hour. 

Kerry Boyle of DM Hall’s Business Sales Team who, is overseeing the marketing process said: “our client purchased the property as the former Old Tudor Bistro in 2015 and since then it has undergone an extensive refurbishment, resulting in in this very individual and stylish establishment. 

“Max and Ben’s Bistro provides prospective buyers with a genuine turn-key opportunity. A new operator, perhaps an ambitious chef-operator, would have the solid foundation to take this business to the next level as it is already very successful due to the efforts put in by its strong team.” 

Anyone interested in learning more about this exceptional opportunity should contact Kerry Boyle on 0131 624 6138 orKerry.boyle@dmhall.co.uk

 

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