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Ardgeith Steading

Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, AB36 8XL

Offers Over £80,000


  • Full planning permission

  • Large steading conversion

  • In the Cairngorms National Park

  • Stunning views and scenery

Ardgeith Steading is a large traditional U-shape granite steading situated on an elevated site with southerly views over the Deskry Water. Located within the Cairngorms National Park, the site has spectacular open views, south-east towards Bonlee Hill, Baderonach Hill and …

Ardgeith Steading is a large traditional U-shape granite steading situated on an elevated site with southerly views over the Deskry Water. Located within the Cairngorms National Park, the site has spectacular open views, south-east towards Bonlee Hill, Baderonach Hill and Gallows Hill, and south-west towards Morven. Planning permission has been granted for a detached steading conversion, perfectly positioned to maximise the views and natural light, whilst having a sympathetic design to the surrounding environment and location. The design offers very spacious accommodation over two levels, with generous room sizes and popular open plan family living space.

Given the location within the Cairngorms National Park and the outstanding views, this steading conversion represents a fantastic opportunity to obtain a family home in a stunning, idyllic location.

Aberdeen International Airport is also around 1 hour drive away, meaning this is an incredible opportunity for those looking to create a second home offering peace and tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of busy life in the large cities across the country.

STEADING
The current planning allows for an exceptionally large 5 bedroom detached home retaining the traditional facade of the steading building.

Ground Floor: Vestibule, hallway, lounge, open plan sitting room, dining & kitchen, growlery/snug, laundry room and master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite shower room.

First Floor: Double bedroom 2 with dressing area and ensuite, double bedroom 3 with ensuite and two further bedrooms. Family bathroom.

Detached double garage.

PLANNING PERMISSION
Full planning permission was granted by Aberdeenshire Council on the 2nd July 2020 for the conversion of Ardgeith Steading under reference APP/2020/0187.


SERVICES
Private water supply. Septic tank recommended and electricity onsite but not connected.

It’s the responsibility of interested parties to investigate the availability and cost of utility services to the individual site and capacities thereof.

VIEWING/ACCESS
The steading building is not suitable for internal inspection under any circumstances and should not be entered due to unsafe flooring & stairs. Should interested parties attend the site without prior appointment they do so at their own risk and safety precautions should be taken.

SITUATION
Ardgeith Steading is located within the picturesque burgh of Strathdon. The nearby Bellabeg is a quaint Hamlet with a shop, post office and local primary school. Bellabeg is also home to the annual Lonach Gathering & Highland Games which was founded in 1841 and attracts thousands of visitors to the area each year. The nearest town to Strathdon is Aboyne to the South East. Aboyne is a popular and growing town in the heart of Royal Deeside and has a wealth of amenities including; health centre, shops, bank, post office, filling station and hotels. Ardgeith Steading is also located within 18 miles of Alford which has a further variety of amenities including Haughton Country Park. Regular bus services are available from both Aboyne & Alford with links to Aberdeen, Westhill, Kintore and Kemnay. Schooling is provided at Towie Primary School and then Alford Academy, where a brand new community campus is completed with a new primary and secondary school, swimming pool, theatre, library and community café. We understand school bus transport is provided to both schools.

Aberdeen is approximately 37 miles from Glendeskry, 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