26 Rodger Street is centrally located within picturesque Anstruther , just yards from the foreshore, Shore Street ( the main street ) harbour and Fisheries museum. The excellent local amenities include the World famous Fish and chip shop, along with two others. The Michelin star restaurant The Cellar and an array of boutique...
26 Rodger Street is centrally located within picturesque Anstruther , just yards from the foreshore, Shore Street ( the main street ) harbour and Fisheries museum. The excellent local amenities include the World famous Fish and chip shop, along with two others. The Michelin star restaurant The Cellar and an array of boutique shops.
This handsome period building forms the first and second floor over the former Royal Bank of Scotland building. Full of period features the space is currently used as office space.
The entrance stair leads up to the property and there is a WC cloaks on the half landing.
The first floor measures approximately 72 msq and is set out as three large offices, one with an ornate cornice, one with a plain cornice. There is also a kitchen, wc and walk in store.
The staircase continues up to the second floor measuring approximately 66msq. The two front main offices on this floor have partial sea views from the windows, the two rear office spaces have combed ceilings and roof light windows. There are two walk in stores.
The proposed development would be for two bedroom flats on each floor, plans are shown and planning permission is being sought at the moment. The building is also suitable for multi small business purposes and the ground floor is being fitted out as the offices for a firm of accountants. EPC Rating - D.
Anstruther is the largest community on the stretch of north-shore coastline of the Firth of Forth known as the East Neuk. Originally a fishing village, the main industry is now tourism and with a 9 hole golf course, pleasure craft mooring in the harbour, and sightseeing and wildlife cruises to the Isle of May, home to the UK's largest Puffin population. Other local attractions include The Scottish Fisheries Museum, The Secret Bunker, Famous Fish and Chip Shop along with an array of restaurants including the Cellar' and hostelries. The Waid Academy, the local comprehensive school and community center, offers a wide range of activities. Additional entertainment can be found in St Andrews, just 9 miles away, while Dundee is 23 miles and Edinburgh is 50 miles away.