Mill Of Boyndie Outbuildings & LandBoyndie, Banff, AB45 2DS
Offers Over £150,000
LOT 2 – STEADING BUILDING COMPLEX & 11.34 ACRES OF LANDDESCRIPTIONMill of Boyndie outbuildings and land comprises two portal frame steadings and adjoining structures. The boundary extends to around 11.34 acres and has two separate access points from the B9308. The buildings have excellent development potential, subject to the appropriate planning permission being obtained.BUILDINGSPortal frame steading 50m x 15m approx.Portal frame steading 45m x 10m approx.Adjacent traditional outbuildings.LANDThe boundary of the outbuildings and land in total extends to around 11.34 acres. A large paddock lies to the north & east side of the buildings and the boundary to the south is the Burn of Boyndie.SERVICESThe outbuildings have no connection to a water supply. We understand a mains water connection point lies to the North of the sites.All interested parties are advised to investigate the availability of utility services to the site themselves and capacities thereof.The property is sold as seen and no warranties will be given regarding the services or any other matter relating to the property and that any Offer which is subject to funding, estimates or any permissions being obtained will not be considered.Please note a right of access in Lot 2 will be retained for access to Roadside Cottage from the A98.PLANNING PERMISSIONNo planning permission has been applied for. Prospective purchasers will require to carry out their own enquiries in regards to planning permission.VIEWINGSMost outbuildings are agricultural buildings. Should interested parties attend the site and enter the steading unaccompanied and/or without prior appointment then they do so at their own risk and safety precautions should be taken.Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents. Viewing appointments will be arranged subject to Government legislation regarding COVID-19 and social distancing measures will be adhered to at all times.SITUATIONMill of Boyndie is situated about 2 miles from the coastal towns of Banff and Macduff in the former county of Banff on the Moray Coast. Banff has a good range of local amenities including a variety of shops and supermarkets, primary and secondary schooling, a medical centre, two community centres and a modern indoor swimming pool. Turriff (about 13 miles) also provides an excellent range of shops, schooling and local facilities. The area is renowned for its breath-taking scenery, long sandy beaches and wildlife and offers wonderful leisure and recreational opportunities. There are many golf courses accessible within a short drive, whilst the county also offers superb salmon and trout fishing including the highly acclaimed River Deveron nearby. A popular tourist area, local attractions also include ‘The Whisky Trail’, Duff House and Museum (forms part of the National Gallery of Scotland) as well as the Macduff Marine Aquarium and Museum of Scottish Lighthouses in Fraserburgh. The historic harbour in Banff has a 76 berth yacht marina.Aberdeen International Airport is about 46 miles away offering regular domestic and international flights and can be reached in around 1 hours’ drive.