Shepherd’s latest online commercial property auction features 35 commercial properties and development land across Scotland

A distinctive Cullen retail unit with a dinosaur head on the roof is up for sale

SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors’ latest commercial property auction will feature 35 commercial properties and development land located across Scotland going under the hammer in a live-streamed auction on Thursday 22nd February at 2:30pm. All properties are open to remote bidding online, on the phone and by proxy.

Amongst the lots for sale is a retail unit within the seaside village of Cullen, Banffshhire. With potential for redevelopment, the property has a guide price of £120,000. The dinosaur head on the roof is available by separate negotiation!

For those looking for something a little different, located on Beith Road, Greenock is a radio mast and cabin for sale with a guide price of £5,000 being sold on behalf of the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service.

And for anyone seeking a new business venture with living accommodation, Scots Corner Pub in Luthermuir might be of interest. Including owner’s flat, this Aberdeenshire property has a guide price of £170,000.

Acting on behalf of Police Scotland, the auction features former police stations in Lairg and Peterhead. Both buildings are suited to a variety of uses subject to planning with guide prices of £145,000 and £75,000 respectively.

On the Isle of Barra, in a scenic location, is an area of land overlooking the beach airstrip; selling on behalf of Scottish Water with a guide price of £2,000.

Steve Barnett, managing partner at Shepherd Chartered Surveyors, said: “Our first auction of the year comprises an eclectic range of lots throughout Scotland. Auctions offer the ability to sell all types of commercial property through our expansive network while being able to offer transparency and simplicity of process.

“Our offering goes further in that we can offer the local market advice from our in-house team of Chartered Surveyors who are based throughout our national network of local offices.”

The online auction involves the posting of various lots online for which the auctioneer invites pre-authorised buyers to post bids via a live broadcast. This live broadcast will witness a significant level of competitive bidding as several of the lots are already attracting widespread interest.

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