St Andrews stable conversion enters the Fife property market

DM Hall presents attractive offices in a semi-rural setting

A unusual semi-rural commercial property has come onto the market near St Andrews – offering 1,460 sq ft of office space in a courtyard setting.
The Mount Melville stable conversion is approximately a mile south west of St Andrews town centre and, according to agents at chartered surveying firm DM Hall, would suit a creative business, such as a design studio, or educational research project.
It comprises two general offices, staff kitchen, entrance/reception area and toilets on the ground floor, with a large, open-plan office on the first floor.
Jim Honeyman of DM Hall said: “These attractive offices are superbly located to take advantage of the many charms of St Andrews and the semi-rural aspect makes them ideal for a creative business, such as a design studio or an educational research related operation.
“With proximity to the Duke’s Course, the space is adaptable to a variety of tourism or general office needs. We are delighted to be involved in such a high quality building, and expect interest from a wide range of prospective occupiers.”
The offices are available for immediate entry and benefit from private parking.
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