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Part Exchange Available , Substantial Period Detached Property &Annex , HMO Licence Generating Circa £50,000 per Annum (annex only) , Lapsed Planning to Convert into 9 Flats , Will suit a variety of alterative uses ( subject to planning) MQ Estate Agents are open 7 days a week: Monday Friday 8am 8:30pm &Saturday &Sunday 9am - 6pm to arrange your viewing appointment.
MQ Estate Agents present to the market Clachnaharry House is an imposing and highly attractive late Victorian detached building built circa 1870 in a popular residential area of Inverness on the edge of Inverness City Centre. The property was built in the heyday of the Caledonian Canal construction and was used extensively by senior canal staff in its early days.
The main house has a significant footprint with an adjoining substantial Annex to the rear. The building is currently authorized for use as a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) this currently generates in the region of £50,000 per annum from the annex alone. The property has also traded as a Care Home and a Bed and Breakfast. Clachnaharry House is a deceptively large property with many original and attractive features that must be viewed to fully appreciate its full potential as both a home and income earning prospects. The building has numerous potential business uses including Care Home, HMO, Bed and Breakfast or small Hotel, subject to the necessary consents. To develop alternative trading models some internal decorative and service works would need to be attended to. The vendor has in place planning permission to turn the property in to nine flats and full plans and details of this development opportunity will be made available to interested parties post viewing. This most magnificent property exudes charisma which will appeal to a large number of serious entrepreneurs. The present owners have restricted their trading activities to those of the HMO to suit their personal preferences.
Clachnaharry House is situated a10-minute walk away from Inverness City Centre, highly convenient to take advantage of nearby shops, restaurants etc. The City itself has extensive facilities for visitors boasting two golf courses, an excellent indoor swimming complex, cinema, bowling and ample opportunity to enjoy evening entertainment at a range of venues which include Eden Court Theatre. The property is an ideal base to explore the many visitor destinations within easy reach of the City, which is a vibrant focal point of tourism and commerce presenting many opportunities for business development.
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