Event/venue space for sale in Stirling

Former Allan Park South Church, Dumbarton Road, Stirling, FK8 2QA
For sale
£600,000 Offers In Excess Of
This property is marketed by:
Lapsley McManus


Stirling is located within the heart of the Central Belt of Scotland, situated equidistant between both Edinburgh and Glasgow, within easy access of Central Scotland’s motorway network. It is the administrative centre for the Stirling Council area and acknowledged as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’.

Stirling is a historic city with tourist attractions including The National Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle. Stirling University is highly regarded and is home to The Scottish National Swimming Academy and The Scottish Institute of Sport. It is estimated that around 55% of Scotland’s population lives within an hour’s drive of Stirling City Centre. The city benefits from excellent transport links with the M9 linking to Edinburgh and the M80 to Glasgow.

The subjects are prominantly located on the north side of Dumbarton Road, and are bounded by Corn Exchange Road to the west and The Back Walk to the east within the heart of Stirling City Centre.

The subjects are a short walk from the castle which attracts in excess of 600,000 visitors per annum. Surrounding occupiers include the Albert Halls Concert & Conference Venue, Corn Exchange Bar, Hotel Collesio and Stirling Highland Hotel together with high street retail and many bars / restaurants.

Stirling Train Station, providing regular services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and north to Perth and Inverness, and bus station are both within a short walk from the property. Edinburgh International Airport is 25 – 30 minutes’ drive from the property.


The former Allan Park South Church is an impressive B Listed building - dating from the 1860’s - of traditional sandstone construction located within the King’s Park Conservation Area.

The building is set within a good-sized and well presented landscaped site and it occupies an elevated position. Vehicle access is available from two entrances on Dumbarton Road via a tarmac driveway at the west and east elevations.

The subjects are of traditional sandstone construction and are surmounted by pitched roof structures overlaid with slate discharging into cast iron rainwater goods. The property retains many of its spectacular original features, including stained glass windows and clock tower.

The accommodation comprises; a traditional layout with a nave, chancel and gallery together with associated general purpose halls and staff welfare facilities, including a fitted kitchen. The property is connected to the mains supply for water, gas and electricity.

The subjects off an excellent opportunity to operate a Café / Restaurant within the former Church Hall area together with catering for large scale events within the main Church.

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