The Thorterdykes Roadhouse is a Victorian property comprising a number of trading areas, including two bars and a function suite.
There’s also a private flat over two floors, which has five bedrooms and “generous” public areas.
The detached stone property dates from 1882 and is set in one-acre of grounds and gardens.
Edinburgh-based property agent GVA is marketing the property on behalf of the heritable creditor with an asking price of offers over £100,000 for the freehold.
GVA’s Adam Lansdown said the business, which ceased trading 18 months ago, represents an “exceptional opportunity” to buy a “generous yet manageable” building.
This represents an exceptional opportunity.
“We have been asked to adopt a particularly positive and committed approach in selling Thorterdykes by the heritable creditor in possession, who desires to find new owners without delay,” said Lansdown.
“With this in mind, we are inviting offers in excess of £100,000 for this potentially rewarding property, at which level potential purchasers will be offered an exceptional opportunity to buy this generous yet manageable building, in a built-up and populated area within a mile of Hawick town centre.”
Image – Thorterdykes Roadhouse has a five-bedroom owner’s flat.