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By Abbey Morton
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A HOLIDAY park in upper Annandale has been sold.

Moffat Manor Holiday Park, at Beattock, was due to go under the hammer at Auction Estates last week but was sold prior to auction.

A spokeswoman for Auction Estates was unable to reveal the price paid as it was agreed before the auction, but said it did go for ‘around the level’ of the £250,000 guide price.

The park comprises 129 holiday static and lodge pitches, 65 touring pitches, plus potential for a further 74 pitches, a year-round licensed bar/restaurant, shop and planning for further leisure facilities.

There is also a seven-bedroom grade B listed property, and consent for 16 holiday lodges and 24 touring pitches within the grounds.

The park extends in total to over 50 acres, including a 6.5 acre loch stocked with rainbow trout.

The developed area of the park is less than 20 acres.

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