The former Brechin Infirmary site is on the market for re-development.
It is now completely cleared and NHS Tayside are looking for a buyer for the near four-acre slice of land.
It is being sold with planning permission in principle for around 40 houses.
Angus planners granted approval for the demolition of the 154-year-old building earlier this year.
The health authority’s proposal included an outline plan for up to 44 new homes.
NHS Tayside closed the infirmary in 2015 and declared it surplus to requirements three years’ later.
Graham and Sibbald are selling the site on behalf of the health authority.
They say: “The subjects comprise a substantial development site, reasonably flat in nature with well defined boundaries.
“The site extends to 3.74 acres or thereby.
“The former hospital and outbuildings have now been demolished and as such the sale will be as a cleared site.”
Price is on application.
Health hub hopes lost
Demolition followed an unsuccessful bid by local campaigners to develop the old infirmary as a community health hub.
Their community asset transfer bid was rejected by NHS Tayside in 2021.
Brechin Healthcare Group appealed the decision to Scottish Ministers, but that also failed.
The group had offered to buy it for £150,000.
But NHS Tayside said the believed it could fetch around £675,000 as a cleared development site.
Meanwhile, Angus Council’s former St Drostan’s care home could also be set for re-development.
It sits next door to the infirmary site and has been empty for more than a decade.
A closing date for the property was set earlier this year.
Angus Council confirmed the building is currently under offer.