£425,000 Guide price
Offered to the market is this truly impressive portfolio of two stunning properties and potential development land. The properties comprise of a Church conversion, the old church manse and additional land with large triple garage and car park. The portfolio is being sold with an impressive discount against Home Report and offers the buyer multiple potential income streams. The kirk house church conversion comprises of large modern fitted kitchen/family room, five generous bedrooms with two en-suites, large lounge on the first floor level with impressive floor to ceiling picture window and family bathroom. Further benefits include double glazing, driveway, gardens and attached garage. The old Manse is a generously sized traditional detached villa which is formed over two levels. The lower level has welcoming entrance vestibule, lounge, formal dining room, sitting room, large kitchen/dining, family bathroom and an impressive indoor pool area with sunroom. The upper level provides four double bedrooms, three en-suite and a self contained granny flat with bedroom, lounge/kitchen and shower room. Externally there are well maintained gardens and triple garage, parking lot with space for numerous vehicles and a pocket of mature woodland. There are many other features that can appreciated upon viewing.
A truly magnificent property/land portfolio
Stunning church conversion
Original old manse with indoor pool
Incredible discount against HR
Large garage/workshop &sizeable land
Ideally situated, with equidistant commuting distances (approximately 35 miles) from the cities of Aberdeen and Dundee and within walking distance to the idyllic village of Marykirk. Secondary education is provided at nearby Montrose and Laurencekirk. Private schooling is available locally at Lathallan School, Johnshaven. The town of Montrose provides a range of shopping, business and a new modern leisure/swimming complex providing facilities for a number of sports. Laurencekirk also provides shopping, business, banking facilities, leisure activities and a railway station. Marykirk itself enjoys a hotel with dining room, village hall, bowling green and provides lovely country walks including a peaceful stroll along the river Esk to Balmakewan tea-room.
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