£260,000 Guide Price
Auction 23rd June 2016LOCATION: Carrbridge is located around 7 miles from the popular resort centre of Aviemore and is only 25 miles from Inverness via the A9. It forms the gateway to the Cairngorms National Park and the village's railway station is on the main Highland Line linking Inverness with the Central Belt. Situated towards the southern outskirts of the village, in a mainly residential area, the property is opposite the entrance to the Landmark Forest Theme Park and occupies a prominent site on the east side of what is the main street through the village. Local services are available in Carrbridge with a wider range on offer in Aviemore. DESCRIPTION: The building which has not been inspected by SVA Property Auctions, comprises what was a traditional roadside village hotel, of painted and rendered stone construction, with a pitched slate clad roof. Extensions have been added to the side and rear, and there is also a car park to the rear of the property. The building is now in poor condition and offers an interesting redevelopment opportunity. SITE AREA: 0.15 Ha (0.37 Acres) approx PLANNING: In September 2008, full conditional planning consent for the alteration and extension of the existing property to form five dwelling houses was granted by the Cairngorms National Park Authority (Ref 08/117/CP). At the same time Highland Council granted a building warrant (Ref )08/00219/ALCBS). This consent, which has now lapsed, allowed for a mix of 2 and 3 bed properties and established the principle of residential redevelopment on the site. Interested parties should make their own enquires to Cairngorms National Park Authority Tel: 01479 873 535 and ask for the Planning and Development Team. RATEABLE VALUE: The property is currently listed in the Valuation Roll as “under reconstruction” and will require re-assessment following redevelopment. EPC: N/a TENURE: Owner vacant possession VIEWING: Externally at any time. No internal inspections are possible due to the condition of the property. GUIDE PRICE: The guide price or range of guide prices are given to assist potential bidders in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase. It is usual, but not always the case, that a provisional reserve range is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer at the start of marketing. As the reserve is not usually fixed at this stage, the reserve can be adjusted by the seller at any time up to and including the day of the auction. This may be in the light of interest shown during the marketing period. Where a guide price (or range of guide prices) is given, the guide is the minimum price at which, or range of prices within which the seller might be prepared to sell. The last published guide price will normally be at or above any reserve price, unless the seller fixes the final reserve just before bidding commences. A guide price is different to a reserve price. Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.
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