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The Lairds House

This 5500 square ft grain storage warehouse on the Blairgowrie riverside was built in the 1950’s to service the adjacent mill.

Roy Sim acquired the site in the early eighties and recognised the buildings potential for a characterful antiques warehouse.

For nearly 30 years Roy Sim Antiques sold and exported antiques, decorative and collectable items locally and worldwide to retail and trade customers.

In 2005 major renovations saw the building almost completely rebuilt. It was re-roofed, extended and a restaurant and facilities were added.

Roy Sim Antiques’ showroom was leased to Charlie Shentall in early 2012 who has re-fitted it as 'The Laird's House' which hosts a speciality retail and dining experience.

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Cargills Bistro

Formerly an extension of the adjoining grain store, this property was developed in the 1990's into Blairgowrie's favourite bistro.

It is named after Rattray's famous covenantor Donald Cargill who leapt to freedom from the kings redcoats a few hundred metres further along the Ericht riverside.

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The Granary Office

Formerly part of the grain store which was developed in the early 1990's, this unique office housed an international sales company within the building's old oak roof beams for over 15 years. This is now the hub of Roy Sim Properties.

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The Old Granary

Formerly a grain store that served the grain mill on the adjacent roadside, the old granary was converted and opened as a coffee shop and craft gallery in the early 1990's. It is currently being planned for redevelopment.

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