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Fetternear Home Farm Stables

Kemnay, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5LY

Offers Over £400,000


The Fetternear House Stables is a C Listed courtyard building situated in a beautiful countryside setting in the Fetternear Estate in Kemnay Aberdeenshire. The site extends to around 2.2 acres in total and the fine period building is of traditional …

The Fetternear House Stables is a C Listed courtyard building situated in a beautiful countryside setting in the Fetternear Estate in Kemnay Aberdeenshire. The site extends to around 2.2 acres in total and the fine period building is of traditional stone construction and was built c1841 with slate roof and the original arch leads through to the central sheltered courtyard. To the east side of the building are three residential properties in varying conditions, the detached derelict stone
kennels to the north side of the site and the farm building of steel portal frame construction to the west. The cluster of buildings make for various exciting opportunities including conversion of the site into one exceptionally large home or possibly a combination of both residential and commercial ventures. No planning has recently been applied for, however we understand there to be considerable development opportunity at The Fetternear Home Farm Stables. Interested parties are encouraged to make their own potential planning enquiries with Aberdeenshire council. It is worthy of note that, Home Farm Stables building has been on the Listed Building at Risk register since 2014, there has been previous planning sought in the past which has now lapsed for the building to be turned into a residential training centre. It is understood that via the local authority potential funding through House site allocations may be available to help bring the property back into ‘external wind and weatherproof condition.

THE KENNELS
Detached stone building in derelict condition, thought ideal for development potential.

1 THE STABLES
Mid terraced dwelling house currently vacant and is not current habitable. A degree of work has
been completed including plastering & decoration over recent times but ongoing work will be
required.

ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule, sitting room, hall, kitchen & bathroom.
First Floor: 3 bedrooms.

2 THE STABLES
Mid terraced dwelling house tenanted until autumn 2022 and vacant possession will be given to
any purchaser.

ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule, sitting room, hall, kitchen & bathroom.
First Floor: 2 bedrooms.

SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)

1 THE STABLES
Water Private
Electricity Mains
Drainage Septic Tank
Tenure Freehold
Heating Electric
Council Tax Band B

2 THE STABLES
Water Private
Electricity Mains
Drainage Septic Tank
Tenure Freehold
Heating Electric
Council Tax Band C

3 THE STABLES
Water Private
Electricity Mains
Drainage Septic Tank
Tenure Freehold
Heating Electric
Council Tax Band D

We understand a mains water supply passes the buildings and supplies other properties in the immediate vicinity. Electricity & water are connected to the outbuildings and have been switched off. All properties & buildings are 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.

The Fetternear Home Farm Stables sits in the heart of the beautiful Fetternear Estate in Kemnay, Aberdeenshire. Fetternear is a charming small hamlet located a short drive from Kemnay, whilst Inverurie is only 4 miles away. Kemnay offers shops, a chemist, medical centre, an 18 hole Golf Course and two primary schools. A wider range of facilities are available in Inverurie which is a popular bustling town with a large variety of amenities including the train station link into Aberdeen.
Kemnay Academy also provides secondary education. Fetternear is an excellent commuter base for Blackburn, Westhill, Dyce and Aberdeen and also has ready access to the airport (15 Minutes). Aberdeen is some 18 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.