Dating from 1873 Brylach Steading was originally a closed courtyard built for use as the carriage house and stables for the nearby Glen of Rothes House, originally a family estate and shooting lodge until the Second World War and now a private family home.
Located within an easily accessible yet rural setting just a few miles south of Elgin, Brylach includes about 1.9acres of private wooded grounds with stunning views overlooking the Glen of Rothes.
The building is category B listed and was converted relatively recently into four separate dwellings, the principle house, Brylach and three separate cottages, The Hayloft, Coachmans and The Bothy.
Brylach is occupied by the present owners whilst The Hayloft and The Bothy have both been successful AirBnb lets over the past year. Coachmans has been occupied on a longer term let.
Rod Christie, partner at Galbraith in Elgin and handling the sale said:
This steading conversion has been well thought out to offer four individual properties of good proportions. The principle house has three / four bedrooms and the cottages offer between one and two bedrooms, with the quirky clock tower retained within the Coachmans’ accommodation.
Located in Speyside, the home of Scotch Whisky, in Moray, the county is famed for its rich and varied scenery with spectacular long sandy beaches, links golf courses and wide skies on the low ground and heather clad hills in the uplands to the south. The properties are in good condition and would lend themselves brilliantly for use either as short-term holiday or longer-term residential lets. This presents a profitable business opportunity which would exploit the wide range of outdoor pursuits this beautiful region has to offer.
With many reassessing their current lifestyle as a result of the pandemic, a property of this nature and presenting a viable business opportunity should appeal to a number of parties who are striving for a great rural work-life balance.
Brylach Steading, Rothes, Aberlour, Moray is for sale through Galbraith at offers over £570,000.