Selkirk restaurant sells for about £250,000

11 April 2005 by
Selkirk restaurant sells for about £250,000

The 50-seat Coach House Restaurant in Selkirk, in the Scottish Borders region, has been sold for a price believed to be in the region of £200,000 through agent Christie & Co.

New owners Robert and Helen Tait, from Hawick, are experienced catering operators.

The freehold business includes a one-bedroom owners' flat above the restaurant, but the adjoining two-bedroom house has been retained by the previous owners.

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