A Monifieth property has gone on the market, sparking speculation over its future.
The Panmure Hotel, which overlooks the Medal and Ashludie golf courses, is on the market for £800,000.
The 19th-Century building, which closed as a hotel last New Year, has planning permission in place to convert the once-grand home into flats.
Anyone looking to buy the property would not have to follow through with the plans and it is understood a number of notes of interest and offers to buy have already been submitted.
The hotel was closed after its owners said they could not revive occupancy rates and struggled with rising costs.
The conversion work was expected to have been completed within the next few years with the popular dwelling requiring “significant renovation”.
If the building is to be subdivided into separate properties, a number of prerequisites stipulated by Angus Council’s planning committee would have to be adhered to. These include providing officers with specific details on the finishes of the roof and external walls and where any bins and recycling receptacles would be stored.
In addition to this, developers would need to submit photographic surveys showing all elevations, views of the exterior and how rooms looked on the inside – as well as any unique features – to the archaeology service at the council.