YVONNE FITZGERALD and RE/MAX Premier are delighted to present to the market, St Mary's Church Lybster. St Mary’s Church is a ‘B’ listed church building with full planning permission as of September 2014. The planning permission gives full permission to create three separate dwellings within the church building and a carpark within it’s ample groundsLocated in the Idyllic small village setting of Lybster with amenities such as golf course, cliff tops, picturesque harbor and sea views. Lybster is perfect for it’s peace and tranquility yet still offers great transportation links consisting of frequent bus service and only 12 miles north Wick provides both an airport and train station.As can be seen in the photos restoration has commenced and by far the lion’s share of exterior work has been completed however due to personal circumstances we cannot proceed with this project. This provides a great opportunity for either private buyer (to which we can provide details of reliable local builders and tradesmen) or someone who is him self in the building trade and is looking to capitalize on this unique opportunity.Viewing this property is highly recommended, to view or for more details please contact 01847 890826 or via email email@example.com
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