SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors has revealed it is bringing to market a ‘substantial’ 19th century former care home in Grantown-on-Spey.
Known previously as the Palace Hotel, Grandview House has operated as a care home since 1989 until its recent closure.
The facility boasts 45 bedrooms, mainly single occupancy with en-suite facilities.
Grantown on Spey is located within the designated Cairngorm National Park area 35 miles south of Inverness. The town is renowned for its sporting facilities, which include an 18-hole golf course, fishing in the River Spey, and facilities for other water activities, tennis, and bowling.
Neil Calder, partner in the Inverness office of Shepherd Chartered Surveyors, said, “While the property has most recently operated as a care home, other potential uses including conversion to residential flats, hotel, hostel or tourist accommodation may be possible, subject to securing the appropriate planning permission from The Highland Council.”
Offers over £450,000 are invited.