£150,000 Guide Price
For Sale - well below Valuation.
Change of Use to residential in place.
This really is a MUST SEE opportunity to buy a very impressive traditional building which dominates the streetscape in the idyllic village of Kinlochleven in Highland Lochaber.
The property comprises a substantial, 2-storey red-brick building with slate roof over and an adjoining single-storey building which was until recently used as the local branch of Royal Bank of Scotland.
To the rear is good sized garden, which is laid mainly to lawn, along with a single garage.
This offers an excellent opportunity to create a large and impressive family home perhaps using the adjoining building as a granny-flat or teenagers annex. Alternatively the bank building could be converted and sold on seperately either as a ground floor apartment or for commercial use.
The size, style and location of the property would also lend itself to holiday home or holiday rental as this area appeals to anyone who enjoys the great outdoors, whether for ski-ing, climbing at the ice-wall in the village, fishing, mountain-bking or shooting and stalking in the nearby hills.
This property is in need of some modernisation and refurbishment but would make an exceptional home on completion.
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