£195,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to offer a rare opportunity to purchase a traditional, Victorian stone, former farm steading built in 1892 on the former Lethen Estate and designed by the prodigious Inverness architect, William MacIntosh, Snr. This exciting development property is located in a quiet and secluded rural position off the A939, the main road from Nairn to Ferness and was granted Full Planning Permission without design, for conversion to residential accommodation per Highland Council Planning Reference No: 06/00192/FULNA. Previous owner-produced designs for this luxury project have included plans for a gymnasium and swimming pool. A very flexible property. The sweeping arches at the front of the building would ideally be complimented by full glass windows giving magnificent views to the surrounding countryside whilst offering appealing exterior values. The final layout of the accommodation would be left to the imagination of the buyer. The 500 square metre footprint of the building itself, is enhanced by the fact that the surrounding land of approximately 1.56 hectares (approximately 3.85 acres), is also included as part of the sale enabling further development e.g. equestrian activities could be considered.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01463 211 116
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