This is an exciting opportunity to obtain a traditional stone detached steading amongst beautiful rolling countryside, yet only a mile or so from the popular town of Banchory. Planning in principle has been granted for the steading to be converted …
This is an exciting opportunity to obtain a traditional stone detached steading amongst beautiful rolling countryside, yet only a mile or so from the popular town of Banchory. Planning in principle has been granted for the steading to be converted into one substantial dwelling house with open views to the front towards the River Feugh and Scoltie Hill and a southerly aspect to the rear. There is a private gate which gives access to the steading from the public road.
Affrusk Cottage, comprising a detached three bedroom cottage with around 24.32 acres of garden and land, is available as a separate lot.
Planning in principle was granted by Aberdeenshire Council on the 31st July 2019 for the conversion of the steading into a dwelling house, Subject to the conditions details within the planning approval document. Please contact Galbraith Aberdeen for more information or click this link to the online planning portal:
The land extends to around 17.32 acres in total, or thereabout, and lies to the North & South adjacent to Affrusk Steading. The land is divided into 2 paddocks. Around 4.30 acres of arable land lies across the road to the North and continues down towards the River Feugh. To the South and East of the property is the remaining 13.02 acres, which includes the garden ground and land where the steading stands.
It is the responsibility of any potential buyer to satisfy themselves and to investigate the availability of utility services to the site and capacities thereof.
Should interested parties attend without prior appointment then they should do so at their own risk and safety precautions should be taken. The building is a former agricultural holding and in a derelict condition, appropriate caution should be exercised at all times during inspection.
Banchory is a popular Deeside village lying approximately 18 miles from Aberdeen. There are a range of excellent shopping facilities, Tesco supermarket, highly regarded primary and secondary schools and a wide range of sporting and recreational facilities available including golf courses, a leisure centre, swimming pool and fishing on the River Dee.Aberdeen City is some 16 miles, and provides all the leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities expected from the oil capital of Europe. It also provides good transport links with a mainline railway station and is host to an airport providing both domestic and international flights.