£99,995 Offers over
This spectacularly situated former stable block situated on an enclosed plot on the popular Roseneath Street, close to the Esplanade has full planning permission, but not limited to, creating a beautiful two-bedroom home. The plan involves restoring the existing stable block, which is a handsome two-storey building into a fantastic two-storey house. The plot is accessed by a double gate from Roseneath Street and is enclosed by an elevated stone wall. The plot is approximately 251 sq metres. The proposed plans/accommodation include a cobbled driveway/parking area thereafter there is a paved patio and drying area. Apartments comprise of an entrance vestibule, shower-room and hallway. There is a lounge overlooking the courtyard, plus kitchen on semi-open plan with a dining area. Upstairs offers two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. This property is ideally suited to a creative buyer as plans are not restricted to the current permissions and would be suitably converted to a wonderful family home, spacious workshop, or functional office space to name a few possibilities.
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