The former Marine Hotel staff accommodation building in North Berwick has been put up for sale.
Allied Surveyors Scotland was appointed to sell the building on the town’s Dirleton Avenue.
Measuring 9,108 square feet, the property occupies half an acre of land and is less than a mile from downtown.
It was previously known as the Golf Hotel until around 2006.
With 18 rooms on four floors, it once housed the staff who worked at the Marine Hotel.
The Courier asked the new owner of the hotel where the staff will live once the Class B building reopens and when the property was last used by staff.
The Marine Hotel, on Cromwell Road, was purchased by Chicago-based company AJ Capital Partners from Macdonald Hotels in February of last year.
It closed in January and is currently undergoing a major renovation, with work due to be completed and the hotel to reopen by June.
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When complete, the redesigned hotel will house around 92 rooms and will see its restaurant and bar refurbished, with new floors and a new lobby among some of the changes on offer.
The accommodation building would be surplus to requirements as AJ Capital moves away from staff accommodation.
It has been marketed at offers over £ 1.353million.
Iain Mercer, Commercial Agency Manager (East) of Allied Surveyors, said: “This is a premier development opportunity on the main road to one of the most desirable coastal towns in the world. ‘Scotland.
“We expect high levels of demand from residential developers in particular, but other uses may also be viable.”
Bruno De Schuyter, director of the hotel, said: “The building was put on the market because it no longer corresponds to its original destination. As we approach the hotel’s reopening this summer, our commitment is above all to provide employment opportunities. to people living in our territory, who often have their own accommodation. ”