£325,000 Offers over
Presently comprising a traditional stone and slate 1? storey 3- bedroom cottage in need of refurbishment
A dilapidated traditional stone and slate farm steading with gross floor area of about 142 sq. metres (1530 sq. ft.)
A timber built single storey chalet.
The site is accessed direct from the B9152 Grampian Road and has superb southerly views towards the Lairig Ghru Pass in the Cairngorm Mountains
Lairig View comprises a 1? storey stone and slate cottage with accommodation extending over about 1600 sq. ft. (149 sq. metres) and which includes front porch/conservatory, hallway, 2 public rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, utility room, bathroom and toilet.
The cottage is unoccupied and is in need of significant upgrading both internally and externally. There is an oil-fired boiler providing hot water and central heating. As the name implies, there is an outstanding view to the south and east from the cottage looking towards the renowned Lairig Ghru Pass in the Cairngorm Mountains.
To the front of the cottage is a dilapidated former farm steading built of stone and slate with a gross external floor area of about 1530 sq. ft. (142 sq. Metres). Access to the building is not possible due to its potentially dangerous condition.
To the rear of the cottage is a single storey Chalet constructed from timber with a pitched corrugated iron roof, it has a gross external floor area of about 572 sq. ft. (53 sq. metres). The chalet is presently occupied by a tenant.
The site includes some rough grazings and also an area of scrub woodland to the rear which is mostly made up from birch trees. There is a post and wire stock fence around nearly all of the boundaries.
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