Greyhound, 2 Link Road, Oakley, Fife KY12 9RU
3,175 Square Feet
- Development Property
- Presently trading as a Public House
- Two modern redeveloped primary schools nearby
- Site Area 0.134 hectares
The property is a purpose built public house constructed in red brick with accommodation over two principle floors with additional basement, under a pitched slate covered roof. Part of the property has a single flat felt covered roof at the rear. The front elevation has a large stone bay window. There are tarmac areas front and rear for parking and deliveries. Grounds are mainly grass covered. The grounds surrounding the public house are at several levels and to the rear of the property a brick and stone wall creates a double step support for the raised grass bank. Oakley is a small village located on the A907 approximately five miles west of Dunfermline. The local economy was historically driven by the iron works and local colliery; the colliery closed in 1984. Nowadays Oakley is predominately a commuter village with good transport links to Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Stirling and Perth. ACCOMMODATION The ground floor provides both Public and Lounge bars, with associated toilets. The first floor provides a further Lounge Bar or small Function Room, and the owner’s 2 bedroom flat. A large cellar/basement provides stores across the entire footprint of the building. DEVELOPMENT USES It is suggested that the property would convert easily to about 11/12 small flats without demolition or addition. It may also be suitable for retail use or a day care/nursery centre. Planning consent for change of use would be required.