Kirkdale Apartments, Evie Orkney KW17 2PH

£625,000 OIRO
  • Ref: MMKW17240820KA
  • Type: Investment, Leisure
  • Availability: For Sale

Property Features

  • 4 Self catering holiday lets
  • Converted church
  • Impressive features
  • Original exposed beams & Stain Glass window
  • Investment opportunity
  • Detached property

Property Summary

Karen at Monster Moves is delighted to bring this 19th century kirk in the heart of Evie village to the market. Originally built in 1886 this kirk has been tastefully renovated to suite the self catering demand that Orkney brings in year after year.

The old Evie church has been converted into 4 spacious apartments now named Kirkdale Apartments which all have unique and original features. The apartments are named after close by local Orkney Isles. The Rousay, The Eynhallow, The Egilsay and The Wyre. This could continue to be run as 4 self catering apartments or 3 apartments and one owners accommodation property. The Rousay is a spacious 3 bedroom property which has its own entrance, therefore may appeal to anyone wanting to live onsite.

The Orkney tourism industry is thriving more and more every year.  With over 170,000 visitors each year and an industry worth a whopping £50 million pounds to the local economy, this business will appeal to so many business minded people and those seeking a change of lifestyle.

For sale as a going concern with all fittings included in the sale.

Virtual Tour

Property Location

Contact Office

Monster Moves Head Office
Thistle House
Main Street
Golspie
Highlands
KW10 6TG

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