£245,000 Offers over
Yvonne Fitzgerald and RE/MAX Premier Inverness are delighted to present to the market this rare development opportunity in Kirkhill, near the outskirts of the Capital of the Highlands, Inverness.Fingask Steading is a mid 19th century steading which has been tradionally built from stone and has a pitched slate roof offering some 600m2 of accomodation in the main building.This building when lovingly restored, offers the prospective developer an opportunity to rent as either holiday accomodation due to the shortage of rental property in the vicinity or to sell them off as seperate units.This stunning period property has traditional features and boasts a tower which adds to the character of this unusual building, while its location is a short drive from Inverness, Dingwall and Beauly.Inverness which is the capital of the Highlands is approximately a 7 mile drive away and has all the services and amenities you would expect from an ever growing city with airport, cinema, sports facilities, banks, hotels and restaurants.Situated in the peaceful village of Kirkhill on the south side of the Beauly Firth with outstanding views towards the Black Isle,primary education can be obtained at Kirkhill Primary School, while secondery schooling is at Charleston Academy in Inverness.Kirkhill has its own post office, hotel and restaurant with wild life walks for the nature lover as well as golf courses nearby.Rarely available, this property is an excellent development opportunity and one not to be missed.
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