Slioch Apartments have been created within a handsome Victorian former residential property, with careful attention by the developers to ensure that the character of the building has been retained.
Phiddy Robertson, who is handling the sale said:
This is a first for Dingwall, with the creation of these prestigious apartments offering high-specification accommodation in an attractive traditional building.
The location is also ideal as Castle Street is one of the most desirable addresses in Dingwall, offering a quiet, elegant residential setting yet within easy reach of the town centre and riverside walks.
The build includes renovation or replacement of key external architectural features, bespoke double-glazed windows, excellent sound proofing and insulation, deVol bespoke kitchens, and Villeroy and Boch bathrooms. The space has been carefully configured to offer excellent accommodation for each dwelling.
The apartments vary in size from one bedroom to three bedrooms, while one of the first floor apartments offers the potential to extend in to the roof space, subject to obtaining all necessary planning consents.
The communal gardens will be landscaped and laid to lawn. Apartments 7 and 8 will be created from a new build extension.
The market town of Dingwall lies on the crossroads of routes to the north, south and west giving easy access to the spectacular and varied countryside of the Scottish Highlands. The town has a good range of shops and amenities including a railway station and an excellent secondary school.
Inverness, about 20 miles away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.
Apartments in Phase 1 of the development will be priced between £125,000 and £160,000.