The home farm development nestles in the countryside on the outskirts of the grounds of Newton House, a beautiful category B Listed late 17th century country house in Insch, Aberdeenshire. Given its special and beautiful location, this development opportunity …
The home farm development nestles in the countryside on the outskirts of the grounds of Newton House, a beautiful category B Listed late 17th century country house in Insch, Aberdeenshire. Given its special and beautiful location, this development opportunity falls within a listed curtilage and as such much care and attention has been given to create a vision sympathetic to the environment. The forefront of the design and opportunity is to retain the historic traditional buildings which includes a detached u shaped steading, detached stable block and detached kennels to the east side. The current plans create an exclusive development of up to 7 residential properties between the 3 original buildings. Detailed plans and a 3D walk through video are available on request from Galbraith, Aberdeen.
Plans for the conversion of the existing steading to 4 units, all of which are mid or end terraced with 4 bedrooms, 1 public rooms and have private parking, single garage and garden ground.
Plans for conversion to one single storey detached swelling house comprising 4 bedrooms, 2 public rooms, garden ground and single garage.
The Coach House
Plans for conversion to create 2 semi-detached dwellings with 4 bedrooms, 2 public rooms, garden and single garages.
All 3 buildings, being the steading, the kennels & the coach house, are all curtilage listed.
Insch is an increasingly popular small town with a railway station and the vastly improved A96 provides excellent commuting to Aberdeen, Huntly, Inverness and Elgin. There is a reputable primary school with secondary education at Inverurie or the Gordon Schools, Huntly. Amenities include a cottage hospital, health centre, a variety of shops and a library. In addition, leisure activities include an 18 hole golf course, the Bennachie Leisure Centre and excellent hillwalking on the nearby Bennachie Range.
Aberdeen is some 27 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.