It occupies an elevated position and is flanked westward by the world famous Coats Memorial Church (planning permission granted for new event space) and eastward by the Paisley Museum and Art Gallery which is soon to undergo a £42 million redevelopment programme.
The property is located on Stevenson Street, just off Causeyside Street in Paisley town centre. A former nursing home, the subjects comprise a Category B listed mansion house dated back to 1874 with an adjoining modern annexe, extensive grounds and car parking. We have been instructed to seek offers in the region of £600,000 for the heritable interest in the subjects with the benefit of vacant possession.
The development opportunity is located on Rowan Street approximately 2.0 miles to the south of Paisley Town Centre. Surrounding land uses are a mixture of residential and commercial. There is excellent school provision within the local area.
The site lies at the junction of Greenhill Road and Ferguslie Park Avenue and is bounded to the North by the Paisley to Wemyss Bay rail line. The St James' rail station is within a few minutes' walk. St Mirren Park football stadium lies to the immediate South.
Paisley is Scotland’s largest town situated approximately 10 miles west of Glasgow via the M8 motorway. The town has a resident population of approximately 100,000 people and a catchment estimated to be in the region of 200,000 people. Paisley is a popular commuter town given its proximity to Glasgow and has excellent road links and frequent rail services linking the town to Glasgow and also the Ayrshire cost. Glasgow International Airport is located on the outskirts of the town to the north and is a major source of employment, both directly and indirectly for the town and surrounding area.