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Cromlet Drive Invergordon Ross-Shire IV18

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£225,000
Mortgage calculator Ref: INV180022
  • 7 bedrooms

A 7-bedroom former care facility with significant re-development opportunities located within Invergordon.

Cromlet House is a substantial, traditional, sandstone Victorian property, set under a pitched slate roof, which has been converted and adapted from residential use to a care facility. The accommodation is over two floors together with a large attic room.

To the front of the building is a car parking area and a lawned garden area whilst to the rear is a large raised lawned garden area. To the side of the property is a garage/workshop/store constructed of block walls and set under a pitched tile roof.

The property has significant re-development potential, subject to planning consent.

A copy of the floor plan is available from the selling agents.

EPC Rating - G

This property has 0.5 acres of land.

Situation

Cromlet House is located in a central position within Invergordon in Ross-shire. Invergordon is a town with a tremendous history stretching back through two world wars and is now a centre for oil-rig & wind turbine refurbishment and maintenance. It is also a major port of call for cruise liners bringing in excess of 70,000 passengers to the area. For the outdoor enthusiast there are a host of activities on the doorstep including Invergordon Golf Club which overlooks the Cromarty Firth and has stunning views towards Fyrish Monument, Ben Wyvis and Wester Ross.

A few miles out of town you will find Invergordon Sailing Club and one of the enthralling Pictish stones which form the historic Pictish Trail. Invergordon has several interesting walks which incorporate many colourful murals painted onto local buildings, depicting the history of the town. Longer scenic walks are possible along both the east shore towards Saltburn beach and woodland and westwards towards Linear Park with views of imposing oil rigs berthed in the Cromarty Firth, Donkey Bridge, Old Rosskeen Church cemetery and the Dalmore Distillery.

Inverness is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland and is only 26 miles away and is convenient for the Airport which is located to the east of the city. The airport provides a variety of domestic and European flights. Inverness also has excellent public transport links with good bus and rail connections.

Directions

From Inverness city centre take the A9 North across the Kessock Bridge and follow the A9 until the Dalmore junction where signposts direct you off the A9 onto the B817 to Invergordon. Cromlet Drive is situated in an elevated site north of the High Street and immediately to the north of the railway line.

Other Features

  • Commercial property
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Development potential
  • Appx 6178 sq ft
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