A Guest house business which occupies a period property on the Moray Firth has come onto the market for the first time in 40 years.
Lossiemouth House occupies a property which is said to have been constructed in the late 1700s as the original dower house for Lady Agnes Gordon of Gordonstoun.
The current owners, who are selling due to retirement, first acquired the property in 1976, initially as a family home before going on to establish the guest house business.
Over the years, “substantial renovations and refurbishments” and an extension have been carried out at the property, which now comprises six letting rooms – the majority of which are said to offer sea views; each bedroom has its own “unique style”.
There is also separate four-bedroom owner’s accommodation, which has been modernised while retaining many traditional features and is said to be “well equipped for family living”.
Jayne Adamson, sales manager at Bruce & Co, which is marketing the property with a price tag of offers in the region of £499,995 for the freehold, said: “Lossiemouth House enjoys a good turnover, and not only provides the owners with an excellent source of income, but also a substantial, privately set family home.
“The property is truly stunning with unique features which one can only appreciate through viewing the property.
“We believe this business offers plenty of scope for future growth, and ultimately provides a fantastic lifestyle opportunity.”