Director, Residential AgencyInverness Estate Agents
The property comprises a derelict traditional steading, with some more modern extensions which sits on an elevated position above the Beauly Firth close to the city of Inverness. The property provides some development potential (subject to gaining the appropriate planning consents - www.highland.gov.uk) and also includes some useful grazing ground to the side and rear.
In total the property extends to approximately 3 acres (1.21 Ha). Additionally, there are a further 5 acres that may be available by separate negotiation.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the joint selling agents, Strutt & Parker (01463 719171) or Rennie Property Consultants (07766 357953).
Health and Safety Notice It should be noted that the property is in a poor state of repair and extreme caution should be observed whilst inspecting and internal inspection is carried out at own risk.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Servitudes: The sale is subject to all rights of way, water, drainage, servitudes and wayleaves and all or any other rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
This property has 3 acres of land.
The subjects are located approximately 4.5 miles to the west of the City of Inverness, accessed off the A862 Inverness to Beauly Road. The access road is a single track with passing places and in signposted 'Ladystone Farm' and crosses over the Inverness to Dingwall railway line (by a stone bridge). The subjects are located close to the Great Glen Way which passes very close to the south of the property.
Inverness provides a range of shopping, entertainment, cultural, educational and medical facilities expected of the Highland Capital. Inverness Airport has regular daily flights to UK and European destinations.
From Inverness City centre take the A862 west of Inverness signposted to Beauly and along the south coast of the Beauly Firth. After approximately 2 miles from leaving the city, the access is signposted to Ladystone Farm on the left and this track should be followed up the hill until the steading is reached.Read all