3 Bedroom Cottage – Detached – Offers Over £139750 GBP

AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is pleased to offer “For Sale” this cosy, traditional 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 storey detached cottage with extension, which enjoys magnificent views over Lochbroom to Scoraig and the surrounding mountains. Although in need of renovation and modernising, the property benefits from side extension wall insulation and roof insulation, double glazed doors and windows, oil central heating with combi boiler, spacious front and rear gardens laid to lawn and some shrubs. There is a driveway to the front providing ample space for a garage, with additional parking.
The property is located on the NC500 route and would suit a variety of potential purchasers including families, those looking for a holiday home, or a B & B / holiday let potential.

  • Cosy, traditional rural cottage
  • Amazing local scenery and wildlife
  • Breathtaking sea loch and mountain views
  • NC 500 route
  • Income potential
  • No onward chain
  • DESCRIPTION

    Three bedroom cottage located on the Dundonnell to Gairloch West Coast road, enjoys panoramic views over Little Lochbroom and majestic mountains of Beinn Ghobhlach; An Teallach and Sail Mhor. The home is partially insulated and benefits from double glazed doors and windows, and oil fired central heating. Every room benefits from individually controlled central heating radiators. Two of the three bedrooms benefit from an area within them that could be made into en-suite shower rooms. The cottage and gardens are in need of TLC, but could be transformed into a traditional cosy home once again. The property affords the possibility of a B & B income potential; and the large stone byre, pending planning permission, offers the possibility of development / income.

    Council Tax Band D
    EPC = E

    In order to arrange a viewing of this traditional accommodation on offer, contact Myfanwy Rowe.

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    LOCATION

    Badcaul is located on the picturesque west coast of Scotland enjoying stunning scenery and wildlife, including deer, goats and a wide variety of garden birds, together with mammals such as otters. This is a beautiful location for lovers of wildlife, as well as being ideal for outdoor sport enthusiasts – hill-walking, sailing, fishing.

    Badcaul residents benefit from a health centre and primary school, with secondary education available at Gairloch (28 miles) and Ullapool (32 miles) – transport is provided. The villagers also benefit from the services of a once weekly fish van and butchers van; once fortnightly mobile library; also twice weekly outreach full postal services / home delivery shopping / daily newspaper delivery from Laide village shop. Garage services in Aultbea (16 miles) and Gairloch. There are a range of shops in Gairloch and Ullapool. Larger shops / supermarkets are available in Inverness and also the mart town of Dingwall. Delivery services from the supermarkets are also available. Dingwall is approximately 50 miles distant and Inverness 60 miles which offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. Regular bus services are available to Ullapool, Dingwall and the city.

    GARDEN

    The gardens are mainly laid to grass together with trees and shrubs; also an area of fruit trees. There is a tool shed and large oil tank. There is a driveway to the front providing off street car parking. with ample space for building a garage.

    SERVICES

    The property benefits from mains electricity and water, with private septic tank

    ASKING PRICE

    Offers over £139,750 are invited

    VIEWING

    Early viewing of this desirable traditional cottage is highly recommended. Viewing by appointment, please call your LOCAL Ross-shire Estate Agent Myfanwy Rowe to see this home today. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content for this home or to arrange a viewing online and find many more Homes available ‘For Sale’, please visit the AMAZING RESULTS!™ website now.

    DIRECTIONS

    From Inverness take the A9 road to Tore roundabout and then the A835 to Braemore Junction. Turn left on to the A832 signposted Dundonnell. Drive past the Dundonnell hotel, on through Ardessie and to Badcaul. The cottage is situated on the left shortly after the Northern Lights camp site (on the right). It is approximately 5 miles from the Dundonnell hotel.

    (Property Ref: 14712028)

    Offers Over £849000 GBP

    An incredible business/lifestyle opportunity to own your own well established high quality Hostel/B&B annexe/self-catering style accommodation in a truly stunning setting on the North Coast 500; comprising the 12 Bedroom Grade B listed Inchnadamph former Manse/Shooting Lodge, 3 Bedroom Cottage & stone-built Steading with 3 self-contained apartments and approx 6 acres of walled garden and grounds, loch and mountain views that cannot fail to impress!

    At AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial we are delighted to offer to the market an exciting and rarely available residential / commercial opportunity in Assynt, Sutherland, that includes a substantial B-Listed 3 storey stone-built former Manse / Shooting Lodge dating from 1821, 3 bedroom bungalow, large converted steading, house site, shepherd’s hut and large shed / storage building. The extent of the properties and grounds extends to approximately 6 acres.

    The Lodge has been an extremely popular base for individuals as well as groups, particularly university geology students (UK and Europe) and mountaineering clubs for many years; which presents a rare and unusual lifestyle and development opportunity for either Residential and/or Commercial purposes.

    This is a wonderful business / lifestyle opportunity that is not to be missed. To express an interest in this business and to receive full business sales details, call Myfanwy at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial on 0800 999 1565 or 07741 483420 for further details and appointment to view!

    • 200 year old Grade B listed former manse/shooting lodge
  • Detached bungalow within walled garden
  • Converted steading annexe
  • Potential site
  • Large shed / storage area
  • Approximately 6 acres
  • NC 500 route
  • Loch and mountain views
  • Fabulous residential/commercial opportunity
  • THE PROPERTIES

    The subjects for sale comprise a 200 year old stone built B listed Lodge (originally a Manse which was significantly extended post 1930s)

    INCHNADAMPH LODGE
    Grade B listed former Manse / Shooting Lodge dating from 1821. There are 4 hostel rooms which provide accommodation for 30 beds; 8 private twin/double rooms, shared washrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen and drying room; reception area / office.

    WALLED GARDEN BUNGALOW
    A 3 bedroom self-contained bungalow located in the former walled garden of the old Manse. Constructed circa 1972

    THE STEADING / ANNEXE
    Traditional stone built / slate roofed steading linked to the old Manse. Tastefully renovated in 2018/19 to provide 3 en-suite guest rooms. Full planning and building warrant in place to add an extension with extra bedroom and kitchen / lounge area

    POTENTIAL SITE
    Located behind the walled garden there is a site with now lapsed planning permission for a 3 bedroomed bungalow.

    DESCRIPTIONS

    THE LODGE
    Fully renovated in1996 to provide quality budget accommodation to groups and individuals. The attic floor has 6 double/twin or family rooms, all fitted with wash basins, and has a single shower room/WC. The middle floor has 5 bedrooms, currently made up of 4 hostel dorms and a twin room. There are Ladies & Gents washrooms, and a shared shower room with 7 individual showers. There is a double bedroom on the ground floor, with an adjacent DDA shower room / WC. Additionally there is a reception/office, drying room, a guest lounge, a large self-catering kitchen and a 50 seat dining room.

    A building warrant is in place to create 3 en-suite rooms in the Lodge, and provide 2 additional showers/WC’s on the top floor (with the loss of one twin room), and also simplify the washrooms to provide a male and female washroom with showers.

    Planning permission has been granted for a significant extension to the north of the main Lodge, replacing the existing kitchen with larger kitchens (allowing for a catering option), a second dining room and laundry. This permission requires renewal. The existing planning permission for the main Lodge allows for many different types of holiday accommodation (hotel/guesthouse with apartments/hostel) without the requirement for a change of use (although such permission would probably be required to use the property as a private house).

    THREE BEDROOM BUNGALOW
    The detached bungalow is thought to have been built in about 1972, using a Spey Roc prefabricated kit. The bungalow has 3 bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area, utility room, large lounge, washroom with shower and WC. It is located in one half of the former walled kitchen garden of the old Manse. The bungalow has full gas central heating from a calor bulk tank.

    THE STEADING ANNEXE
    In 2018/19 the former steading to the rear of the Lodge was converted to provide 3 en-suite guest rooms, and a small kitchenette that can be exclusive for one room, or shared between 2 rooms. Each room has its own external door. A new oil boiler was installed in 2018 and all rooms have underfloor central heating.

    Quinag – The largest room in the converted steading, with a King bed, single bed, sofa bed and extending dining table for four. There is an en-suite shower room. An adjacent full kitchen can be used exclusively, or shared with others.

    Canisp – This guest room has a double and a single bed, plus a bar stool seating area for two. There is also an en-suite shower room. The painted exposed stone wall of the original steading enhances its charm.

    Beinn Uidhe – The smallest annex room with just one double bed, but also a worktop and sink, baby hob and microwave; dining table for two and an en-suite shower room.

    Annexe Future Planning
    The planning permission and building warrant that covered the renovations of the existing steading building also allowed for the construction of two extensions – one at each end to create a U shaped building. Currently the extensions have not been built, but if they were built this would add a further en-suite bedroom and a large kitchen/lounge/dining area. The drainage for these extensions is in place, as is the manifold for underfloor heating; and domestic water supply tails are also in place.

    POTENTIAL HOUSE SITE

    Just behind the former walled garden there is a potential house site. Planning permission was granted in 2011 for a house on this site, which has now lapsed. The planning application is currently being re-submitted. The site is on a slightly elevated position and enjoys lovely views west to Loch Assynt and Quinag, while to the east there are views towards Conival.

    HISTORY

    The Lodge, which is 200 years old this year, was originally built as a manse in 1821, and then later acquired by Lord and Lady Rootes as their Scottish shooting lodge during the 1960’s. Inchnadamph Estate was later bought by the Vestey family who subsequently sold the Lodge with other properties in 1995 to the current owner.

    SERVICES

    The Lodge, cottage and annexe benefit from mains electricity.

    Private Water Supply – the water supply to all the properties is provided from a borehole located in the field west of the main Lodge. The borehole was drilled in 1995 and the pump replaced around 2010. Water is pumped to a large storage tank on the north of the Lodge, then feeds by gravity to the Lodge, where a pump pressurises the supply to 3 bar.

    Waste water – the Lodge had a large Septic tank installed in 1996. The Annex and Cottage are serviced by a BioRock Treatment plant (installed in 2018) sized for a population of up to 30 people. This will also be sufficient for any house built on the proposed site behind the walled garden, and there is a connection to the site already.

    Heating – Lodge : Oil boiler installed in 1996, new supply tank installed in 2017. Cottage : Calor Gas Bulk Tank and gas Combi Boiler installed in 2010.
    Annex : Oil boiler and tank installed in 2019.

    COMMUNICATIONS

    BT WiFi – up to max 20Mbs
    EE – 4G signal across the area

    THE BUSINESS

    This well established business which has offered much needed Hostel / B & B accommodation for the last 26 years, is located on the increasingly popular main NC 500 route. The principal activity of the company is the provision of accommodation and study facilities in the Lodge and the adjacent cottages. This includes bed and breakfast accommodation in the Lodge and annex. Primary customers include UK and overseas university field study groups, hillwalking clubs, and many individual holidaymakers and tourists.

    This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a sound business, therefore early contact is highly recommended to avoid disappointment. Inchnadamph Lodge has an excellent reputation, excellent client base and enjoys repeat business.

    This opportunity would suit anyone who could push the business forward and build upon the solid and impressive trading foundations. It may also be of interest to a similar business looking to expand into this area. Early viewing is strongly advised.

    TRADE

    Turnover and profitability has been consistent for many years with the current trading pattern resulting in a profitable operation with a turnover of circa £200,000 p.a. (2020), with excellent profits and further growth potential for the new owners. Accounting information will be made available to seriously interested parties subsequent to viewing.

    Inchnadamph Lodge has an excellent website which is included in the sale.

    LOCATION

    Inchnadamph, which sits beneath the rolling hills of Sutherland, enjoys unspoilt and beautiful landscape of greenery and loch scenery, with nearby Loch Assynt; and the majestic Beinn Uidhe, Canisp and Quinag. It is an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts, i.e. fishing, shooting, cycling and of course hillwalking; or just simply relaxing and enjoying the tranquil surroundings. Ullapool is approximately 24 miles distant and has a wide range of amenities including supermarkets, bank, Post Office, hotels, restaurants and retail outlets. It offers nursery, primary and secondary education. Further exploring to the Outer Hebrides etc can be made from Ullapool harbour.

    The popular historic Mart town of Dingwall is approximately 69 miles distant and the Highlands city of Inverness, which is the main business and commercial centre, offering all city facilities including links by road, rail and air to further destinations, is approximately 81 miles away.

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    (Property Ref: 15723289)

    5 Bedroom House – Detached – Offers Over £340000 GBP

    Are you looking for rural living with income potential and a home ready to move into? AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is delighted to offer to the market a 5 bedroom (3 en-suite), detached house with very spacious gardens and large garage / workshop.

    The home offered for sale is located in the picturesque coastal village of Laide on the north west coast of Scotland, with its stunning scenery and wildlife. For nature lovers seals and otters can often can be seen at the shore, a couple of minutes’ walk away. The property enjoys first floor sea and mountain views, with the impressive mountain range of An Teallach nearby.

    • Large family home
  • Coastal, rural location
  • Nearby village shop / PO
  • Primary / secondary schools
  • Walking distance from shore
  • B & B potential
  • Excellent variety of outdoor pursuits
  • DESCRIPTION

    The subject offered for sale is a large family home with spacious gardens and the added bonus of optional income potential.

    The property benefits from double glazed windows and oil central heating, as well as 5 reception rooms including a large, light sun lounge from where the peace and seclusion of the enclosed rear garden can be appreciated. The subject is an ideal family home as well as being suitable for some rooms to be used for B & B income. Tanera also benefits from ample storage cupboards and a walk in airing cupboard upstairs.

    Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer. Some of the furniture is available for sale by separate negotiation.

    Council Tax Band = G
    EPC = E

    A Home Report is available at www.onesurvey.org. In order to download the home report please click on “find a home report” and type in the postcode IV22 2NB. Click on “Request a Copy” and complete the form. An email will be sent to you immediately with a link to the home report.

    Breakfasting Kitchen

    Galley kitchen with ample wall and floor wood units; built-in electric oven and ceramic hobs; with bright breakfast area.

    Dining Room

    Good size dining room which easily seats 8 – 10 around the table flowing into the bright, spacious sun lounge. Laminate flooring.

    Sun Lounge

    Large, bright sun lounge overlooking enclosed rear garden. This room leads into the guest sitting room through wooden double doors. Laminate flooring.

    Sitting Room 1

    This spacious room is entered from the hallway and the sun lounge, and benefits from a large multi-fuel stove within an attractive fireplace and hearth. It is carpeted and looks out to the front of the house towards the sea and mountains.

    Sitting Room 2

    Another well appointed room with cosy fireplace and plenty of natural light streaming in from the 3 large windows. Carpeted.

    Bedroom 5 (En-suite)

    Double room with cupboard and en-suite shower. Carpeted.

    Utility Room/Storage/WC

    These are conveniently situated immediately inside the rear white uPVC door.

    Master Bedroom (En-suite)

    This is a large, front aspect double room with small en-suite shower and plenty storage / wardrobe space. Carpeted.

    Bedroom 2 (En-suite)

    Another spacious double room with en-suite shower; large window and 2 velux windows; carpeted.

    Bedroom 3

    Very large carpeted room with 3 beds (double and single); vanity sink unit and fitted wardrobes.

    Bedroom 4

    Spacious, carpeted room with vanity sink unit, beds and cot.

    Family Bathroom

    3 piece bathroom with shower over the bath and fitted sink / WC unit. Tiled floor.

    LOCATION

    Laide is a rural community located on the west coast of Scotland. The village benefits from a church and general store/post office/fuel pump. There are several local tourist attractions nearby, including the famous Inverewe Gardens approximately 8 miles south.
    Nursery and primary schooling is available in the neighbouring village of Aultbea and secondary schooling is available at Gairloch, where you will find more shops, restaurants, outdoor shop, chemist, newsagent, hairdresser, bank, post office, filling station, churches, a heritage museum and a golf course. From the pier, fishing and whale watching trips can be arranged.
    There are walks of all standards in the area, ranging from Munros to gentle strolls along beaches and rivers. RIver and loch fishing is available at certain times of the year and permits are sold in local shops. Laide and the surrounding area is an ideal location for hillwalking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing. Further outdoor pursuits available locally for the more active include rock climbing, abseiling and pony trekking. There is a swimming pool at Poolewe and Beinn Eighe nature reserve is approximately 30 miles south of Laide.
    The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 74 miles by road and offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. There are also regular bus connections. Ullapool is approximately 42 miles distant.

    GARDENS

    The property benefits from large garden grounds to the front, sides and rear which are generally laid to a combination of grass, trees, shrubs, gravel and stone walls. There are gravelled driveways providing ample parking space in addition to the large detached garage and workshop.

    SERVICES

    The property benefits from all mains services

    VIEWING

    Early viewing of this desirable home is highly recommended. Viewing by appointment, please call your LOCAL Ross-shire Estate Agent Myfanwy Rowe to see this home today. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content for this home or to arrange a viewing online and find many more Homes available ‘For Sale’, please visit the AMAZING RESULTS!™ website now.

    ASKING PRICE

    The asking price for Tanera is offers over £340,000

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    (Property Ref: 16785791)

    4 Bedroom House – Detached – Offers Over £260000 GBP

    AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is delighted to offer “For Sale” this 4 bedroom, detached home, built upon an elevated hillside position and situated in a very peaceful location, enjoying magnificent views over Lochbroom to Scoraig and Beinn Ghobhlach; and to the side An Teallach and Sail Mhor. This attractive property is in “move in” condition, with wood framed double glazed doors and windows, and oil central heating.

    The property is an ideal family home, and being located on the North Coast 500 route, is also suitable for those looking for a B & B opportunity. Further along the Badcaul / Badluarach road, there is access over croft land down to the shore, and a jetty which may be attractive to sailing / fishing enthusiasts.

    Early viewing of this very desirable home is highly recommended. To arrange a viewing please contact Myfanwy Rowe on 01445 731 533 or 07741 483 420

    • No onward chain
  • Breathtaking loch and mountain views
  • Transport for schooling
  • B & B potential
  • Ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts
  • Amazing scenery and wildlife
  • NC 500 route
  • DESCRIPTION

    A very attractive home set in its own garden grounds in the sought after location of Badcaul, Dundonnell. The front entrance is via a wood framed, double glazed door into a small vestibule, which then leads, via a 15 pane glass door, into the light and airy hallway, which benefits from solid wood flooring. The utility room at the rear is entered via a wood framed door with opaque glazed panel and benefits from a storage cupboard, and plumbing for a washing machine.
    Tigh na Froich boasts a good sized dining kitchen, a large carpeted sitting room, separate dining room, double bedroom and shower room downstairs. The hub of the home looks out on to the rear garden and open countryside, and is well equipped with ample wall and floor wooden units, has a freestanding electric cooker and cushion flooring.

    The rooms at the front of the property afford clear views over Lochbroom to Scoraig and Beinn Ghobhlach. All rooms enjoy abundant natural light streaming in the windows, with the lounge, dining kitchen and dining room accessed from the hallway via glazed panel doors. Also on the ground floor is a well appointed, carpeted double bedroom and shower room. There are another 2 double bedrooms, single room (currently used as an office) and a bathroom upstairs, with ample storage cupboards on the landing.

    The property benefits from a large detached garage with a floored storage area.

    EPC Band D
    Tax Band E

    LOCATION

    Badcaul is located on the picturesque west coast of Scotland, enjoying stunning scenery and wildlife, including stags and deer, goats, and a wide variety of garden birds together with mammals such as otters. This is an ideal location for hill-walkers, fishing and sailing enthusiasts, as well as lovers of wildlife.

    Residents benefit from a GP surgery, regular fish van and butchers van; mobile library every 3 weeks; also twice weekly outreach full postal services / home delivery shopping / daily newspaper delivery from Laide village shop. Primary and secondary education available at Gairloch (28 miles) and Ullapool (32 miles), with transport provided. Garage services in Aultbea (16 miles), Gairloch and Ullapool. There are a range of shops in Gairloch and Ullapool. Delivery services from the supermarkets are also available. Dingwall is approximately 54 miles distant and Inverness 65 miles, offering all city facilities including links by road, rail and air to further destinations. Regular bus services are available to Ullapool, Dingwall and the city.

    GARDENS

    The front, sides and rear gardens are generally laid to a combination of grass, trees, shrubs, gravel and paving. Boundaries are formed in concrete wall or timber post and wire fencing. There is ample parking space on either side of an attractive stone wall feature in addition to the double garage.

    SERVICES

    The property benefits from mains electricity and water, and septic tank drainage

    VIEWING

    Early viewing of this desirable home is highly recommended. Viewing by appointment, please call your LOCAL Ross-shire Estate Agent Myfanwy Rowe to see this home today. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content for this home or to arrange a viewing online and find many more Homes available ‘For Sale’, please visit the AMAZING RESULTS!™ website now.

    HOME REPORT

    A Home Report is available at www.onesurvey.org
    In order to download the home report please click on “find a home report” and type in the postcode IV23 2QY. Click on “Request a Copy” and complete the form. An email will be sent to you immediately with a link to the home report.

    ASKING PRICE

    The asking price for Tigh na Froich is offers over £260,000

    HOW MUCH IS YOUR HOME WORTH?

    Find out today what your home is really worth! Get a free property valuation with Myfanwy Rowe, your local Ross-shire Estate Agent 6 days a week 8am-8pm or book a free valuation online.

    AMAZING RESULTS!™- HOME OF THE PROFESSIONAL ESTATE AGENTS™Find out today what your home is really worth! Get a free property valuation with Myfanwy Rowe, your local Ross-shire Estate Agent 6 days a week 8am-8pm or book a free valuation online.

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    (Property Ref: 17006943)

    4 Bedroom House – Detached – Offers Over £335000 GBP

    Looking for a lifestyle change? AMAZING RESULTS!™ Highland Perthshire is delighted to offer to the market Fernbank, Killin – A grand Detached Victorian Home – A generous double-fronted retail unit – And an opportunity for residential development – all set in the heart of the attractive & sought-after village of Killin, located within The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

    A traditional 2 reception, 4 bedroom Victorian Villa in walk in condition, a retail premises of approx. 1,725 sq. ft (currently utilised as an established pet shop/ hardware business) and a substantial area of garden & grounds with excellent development potential (subject to planning consents).

      Residence

      This is a charming detached Victorian Villa with a great range of original features and character. There is a mature enclosed garden leading to the grand Victorian vestibule, and private entrance to the property. The ground floor comprises a large modern kitchen with central island and patio doors leading to the rear enclosed garden. A utility room lies conveniently beyond the kitchen and leads to the conservatory with doors opening on to the garden with views of the surrounding hills. The retail space can be accessed from the ground floor hall.

      A grand stair leads from the hall to the first floor landing. The first floor comprises an impressive lounge with double aspect views towards the Breadalbane hills, a dining room, a large office and family snug. The master bedroom is a large room with fitted wardrobes and a feature spiral staircase that leads to the ensuite bathroom. There is a second double bedroom and bathroom on this floor. From the main landing there is a stair that leads to the 2nd floor with 2 further bedrooms.

      Business

      The owners are ready to retire after building a business that has been in operation for over 25 years. It has an excellent reputation and a loyal customer base and was classed as an essential shop during lockdown.

      Large windows overlook the front carpark and the ground floor, which is formed of two parts, is light and spacious. The main retail area is currently configured for the sale of household, hardware and ancillary goods while an opening leads to the adjoining room which is set out for the sale of pet supplies. The total retail area is approx 1,725 sq ft.

      A door at the rear of the shop leads to a rear lobby, staff area with WC and access to the garden centre. There is a large storeroom with key cutting machine. A stair from the lobby leads to the first-floor office and also a rear entrance to the owner’s accommodation.

      Location

      Offering a prominent trading location with excellent signage, the shop with large windows has a high visibility presence on the Main Street, which is also the main route connecting West to East Scotland, equalling a high passing trade. The village of Killin lies in Breadalbane at the western head of Loch Tay in Stirlingshire.

      It is surrounded by miles of countryside, and here you will find the scenic and renowned Falls of Dochart. There are many walks to enjoy, suited to all abilities. From a Munro like Ben Lawers to fairly level ground along the old railway line or following in the footsteps of Rob Roy MacGregor.

      The village is served by a local bus service which allows connections at Stirling for bus and train onward journeys, and a Killin to Callander service. The local school offers primary education with secondary education taking place in Callander, 21 miles south, and there are also local groups for younger learners. There is access to an AstroTurf complex, tennis courts, basketball, football facilities, a Putting Green and Bowling Green.

      Due to its central location, all Scotland’s major cities can be reached within a 2½ hour drive. Indeed, Stirling is under a 60 minute drive – or you may choose a day trip to the beach on either the west or east coast.

      Loch Tay is a popular destination for both its salmon fishing and water sports. Killin sits at the edge of the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, where you can find rare arctic-alpine plants, red deer, ptarmigan, ravens, ring ouzels, skylarks and black grouse.

      Killin is steeped in history and one surviving glimpse of the past lies at the ruins of the Moirlanich Longhouse, a rare example of a traditional Scottish longhouse, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland. Several churches which represent a variety of faiths, and a selection of clubs and societies including badminton, choir, drama, golf and Scouts are all easily accessible.

      Price

      Asking Price is Offers Over £335,000 to include the heritable property with 2 retail units and land – all floor coverings, light fittings, hob, oven, cooker hood and white goods.

      The stock, trade equipment, goodwill, fixtures and fittings are available to purchase by separate negotiation for the currently trading business.

      Summary

      This is a fantastic retail, development & residential opportunity that is not to be missed. To express an interest please call Linda & Catriona at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Highland Perthshire Commercial on 01887 224380 for further details and appointment to view!

      These property details are set out as a general outline only and do not constitute any part of an Offer or Contract. Any services, equipment, fittings or central heating systems have not been tested and no warranty is given or implied that these are in working order. All measurements, distances and areas are approximate and for guidance only.

      Development Opportunity

      There is a substantial plot at the rear of the property, which has vehicular access, that is currently used for the garden centre and storage. This area of ground to the rear, previously had a detached house located in the grounds and subject to the statutory permissions, the substantial area of ground would be suitable for building additional residential properties subject to the necessary planning consents.

      Arrange a Viewing

      Viewing is by appointment. Please call your local professional Highland Perthshire agents, Linda & Catriona, today. 01887 224380 or email highlandperthshire@amazingreults.com.

      (Property Ref: 15713664)

    2 Bedroom Flat – Offers Over £164000 GBP

    This well presented ground floor two bedroom apartment in the thought after “Dell” area in Newton Mearns.
    AMAZING RESULTS!™ are delighted to bring this immaculate 2 bedroom ground floor flat to the market.

    This well looked after property will attract buyers looking for a truly walk in condition property. The property benefits from a modern bathroom and kitchen, two good bedrooms and a lovely bright lounge. Gas central heating along with allocated parking, visitor parking and a secure door entry system.

    • Popular Newton Mearns address
  • Fresh decor
  • Gas central heating
  • Door entry
  • Private allocated parking
  • Modern bathroom
  • Lovely bathroom
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Visitor parking area
  • Close to shops
  • Description

    Rarely available all on the level 2 bedroom flat ideal for both young and elderly alike with own private parking in quiet residential area which will delight all who view.

    Location

    “The Dell” is a popular Newton Mearns address and is in close proximity with a great selection of shops, bars, restaurants, fitness clubs and a good selection of golf clubs and some lovely parks both close by.

    To arrange your viewing please call Robert & Jane today. 0141 639 0404

    The Dell Lounge / Dinning – 5.46 x 5.3 (17’10” x 17’4″)

    Bright and spacious lounge leading through to the Kitchen. Widest part of lounge is 5.3m narrowing to 3.1m

    The Dell Bedroom 1 – 2.9 x 2.7 (9’6″ x 8’10”)

    Bright front facing bedroom with built in wardrobes.

    The Dell Bedroom 2 – 3.0 x 2.7 (9’10” x 8’10”)

    Nice bright room with fitted mirrored wardrobes.

    The Dell Kitchen – 2.4 x 2.2 (7’10” x 7’2″)

    Rear facing modern kitchen with access into lounge area.

    The Dell Bathroom – 2.6 x 1.9 (8’6″ x 6’2″)

    Modern family bathroom with bath and shower over bath.

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    (Property Ref: 15887379)

    Offers Over £795000 GBP

    Move-in and start trading!

    Incredible turn-key restaurant business/investment opportunity! Everything you need to open this stunning refurbished, and fully upgraded established restaurant & bar in enviable central location.

    Found in the heart of the ancient Fife town of Dunfermline, The Kinema Restaurant is perfectly positioned for a bite to eat after a day spent exploring the area and is just a short distance from the beautiful Pittencrieff Park and historic Dunfermline Abbey ruins and Royal burial site.

    Of a style, space & comfort seldom available, this impressive, fully equipped 250 seat Restaurant/Bar premises offers guests an extraordinary range of fine cuisine on the site of the iconic former Dunfermline ballroom on the south side of Carnegie Drive, Dunfermline. The building has a gross internal area of approx. 1,183.9 (sq m) 12,742 (sq ft), which is split over three levels and cannot fail to impress!

      DESCRIPTION

      The iconic former Dunfermline ballroom was restored by Kirkcaldy businesswoman Yanli Zhao. Permission to turn the club into a ‘world-buffet-style’ restaurant was granted in October 2016 before the proposal became reality nearly three years ago in December 2018.

      The Kinema began life as a cinema in 1915 and was transformed into a music venue in 1938. The iconic former Dunfermline ballroom and The Velocity Nightclub was the venue which played host to stars such as David Bowie, Elton John and The Supremes.

      The Kinema underwent a massive refurbishment and opened in December 2018 as the home of Kinema Restaurant, welcoming thousands to a modern and stylish ‘world-buffet-style’ restaurant with curated dishes from around the globe, including Chinese, Thai, Italian and Mexican giving diners a fabulous choice of cuisines and dishes to suit all tastes.Since then, there has been a completely new roof fitted in 2021 by Braisby Roofing Ltd with a 20 year Guarantee.

      The Property

      The subjects comprise two-storey restaurant and bar on 3 levels, currently owner occupied and trades as a world-buffet restaurant. Total area 1,183.9 (sq m) 12,742 (sq ft)

      Accommodation

      Ground Floor Area 355.8 (sq m) 3,829 (sq ft)

      The accommodation within the ground floor benefits from a vestibule leading to a welcoming open plan reception area with two staff rooms to the front. The reception area also incorporates a lift. The ground floor includes a substantial open plan kitchen, stock room, two large fridge freezers, WC’s and a pastry kitchen to the rear. There are 3 separate staircases rising to the First Floor.

      First Floor Area 664.8 (sq m) 7,155 (sq ft)

      The first floor accommodation is of an open plan nature which incorporates a food serving area, open plan seating, a bar, staff preparation area and WC‘s.

      Mezzanine Area 163.2 (sq m) 1,757 (sq ft)

      The mezzanine floor benefits from a seating area overlooking the First Floor dining area, WC’s & Office.

      The property has mains water electric and drainage. There is a gas fired heating system and a property benefits from CCTV, intruder alarm and smoke alarm systems.

      Current Planning Use/Consent(s)

      Subjects are currently used as a restaurant and currently benefit from a Class 3 hot food and drink & alcohol licence.

      Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) – A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request, however, the rating is G.

      Rateable value – £70,500

      Call Colin Jenkins for further details & view today!

      LOCATION

      The subjects occupy a superb town centre position in Scotland’s ancient capital with recent developments in the area seeing Dunfermline benefitting from unprecedented levels of regeneration and investment. Miller Homes ‘Victoria Mills’ are developing a mix of new build and conversions directly to the north the subjects, the re-opening of the Carnegie Leisure Centre following a £20m+ refurbishment and the opening of a new Tesco superstore across the road from the site. Dunfermline is one of those principal centres of commerce and has a resident population now in excess of 50,000 in a catchment area estimated to be in the region of 150,000.

      Located approximately five miles from the Queensferry Crossing, Dunfermline is therefore particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh and many parts of the central belt with easy access to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and via Kincardine Bridge to Stirling, Glasgow and the West.

      The subjects are situated on the south side of Carnegie Drive, Dunfermline. The immediate vicinity of the subjects is categorised by similar restaurant uses. Surrounding occupiers include Koko Shi, Tesco and Fire Station Creative. Within walking distance of the subject site is the towns principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and a full range of shops, leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. The town further benefits mainline train stations.

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      (Property Ref: 15847397)

    8 Bedroom Land – Development Site – Offers Over £650000 GBP

    Are you currently looking for prime development land or commercial opportunity in the heart of Dunfermline?

    At AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial we are delighted to offer to the market an exciting and rarely available development opportunity in the heart of Dunfermline that includes a substantial C-Listed 3 storey stone-built former Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade, 3 Bedroom Double Upper flat, large ground floor store, shared courtyard areas, 1,075 sq ft shop and generous secure car parking area. The extent of the properties and grounds extends to approximately 0.24 of an acre which presents a rare and unusual development opportunity for either Residential and/or Commercial (subject to planning consents) as a whole, or in part.

      Location

      The subjects occupy a superb town centre position in Scotland’s historic capital with recent developments in the area seeing Dunfermline benefitting from unprecedented levels of regeneration and investment. Miller Homes ‘Victoria Mills’ are developing a mix of new build and conversions directly to the north the subjects, the re-opening of the Carnegie Leisure Centre following a £20m+ refurbishment and the opening of a new Tesco superstore across the road from the site.

      Dunfermline is located approximately five miles from the Queensferry Crossing and is therefore particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh and many parts of the central belt with easy access to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and via Kincardine Bridge to Stirling, Glasgow and the West.

      Within walking distance of the subject site is the towns principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and a full range of shops, leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. The town further benefits mainline train stations.

      Description

      Not your average development opportunity.

      The subjects For Sale comprise the former stone-built C-Listed 3 storey Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade at no’s 6-8, a fully refurbished 3 Bedroom Double Upper flat at number 10, a substantial ground floor store at number 12, shared courtyard areas and shop at number 14, all at Pilmuir Street, Dunfermline. In addition there is a generous dedicated parking area to the rear of all the buildings with access off Carnegie Drive and offers further extensive development potential.

      A prime development site suitable for a variety of uses and the perfect location for potential residential, commercial and/or leisure opportunities of likely interest to wide range of investors, house builders and developers.

      The principle building at 6-8 Pilmuir Street is a C-Listed stone built 3 storey property with the Ground Floor (approx 3,411 sq ft), Mezzanine (approx 831 sq ft) and First Floor (approx 3,545 sq ft). The 2nd Floor comprises some 8 rooms with en-suite, bathrooms and small stores currently in an uninhabitable condition.

      Number 10 Pilmuir Street is a Double Upper Flat that as been recently completely refurbished and attractively modernised comprising small courtyard entrance, hall, lounge, kitchen/dining, 3 bedrooms, box rooms and bathroom with 4-piece suite.

      Number 12 is currently a Ground Floor Store (approx 338 sq ft) with frontage to Pilmuir Street.

      Number 14 Pilmuir Street is a shop premises incorporating sales, stores, staff and toilet areas (approx 1,075 sq ft).

      In addition to the above, there is a rare, uniquely beneficial and generous secure car parking area entered from Carnegie Drive backing onto No’s 6-8/10/12 via an inner courtyard and also a rear exit and delivery door to No.14.

      The extent of the properties and grounds extends to approximately 0.24 of an acre which presents a rare and unusual development opportunity as a whole, or in part.

      Cannot fail to impress. For further information and appointment to view, please call Colin Jenkins today. Phone Before It’s Sold!

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      (Property Ref: 15254738)

    2 Bedroom Apartment – Conversion – Offers Over £197500 GBP

    SOLD ANOTHER ONE! – More properties urgently required.

    Character & charm, in superb hideaway location within the heart of Dunfermline. You’ll love the style, space and comfort with this superb 2 Bedroom ‘B’ Listed Victorian First Floor Flat conversion that includes impressive period features, wooded views, mature shared gardens, residents parking and its own garage in the heart of Scotland’s Ancient Capital.

    The property has been tastefully-styled and sympathetically finished throughout and occupies a prime, preferred 1st floor position within this tranquil hidden wooded setting, yet at the very heart of Dunfermline’s bustling town centre where superb amenities are located.

    A rare find in this price range. Must be on your viewing list!

      DESCRIPTION

      The beautifully proportioned accommodation is in pristine move-in condition throughout and comprises a welcoming communal entrance hall via security video entryphone and handsome staircase rising to a spacious first floor landing to Flat 3. A split-level reception hall is situated within the heart of the flat from which all rooms lead off. There’s a spacious drawing room with large bay window, working shutters, feature cornice work and impressive marble fireplace will delight all who view. A superb refitted kitchen with dining area and integrated appliances, two generous double bedrooms and an impressive four-piece ‘olde-worlde’ bathroom with a bathtub, separate shower, washbasin and WC.

      One-of-a-kind, rarely available, character home that cannot fail to impress! Call Colin Jenkins today to arrange a viewing. You’ll be glad you did. 01383 699000.

      LOCATION

      Broomhead House occupies a superb town centre position in Scotland’s ancient capital situated to the north of the Firth of Forth only 16 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. Renowned for the famous Abbey and the birthplace of the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

      Dunfermline is a bustling town with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible towns in central Scotland. The M90 provides swift access to Edinburgh and Perth while the A985 via the Kincardine Bridge is a fast route to Glasgow.

      Dunfermline mainline railway station offers regular and direct services to Edinburgh’s stations, including Waverley (under 35 minutes), Edinburgh Gateway (under 25 minutes) and Haymarket (under 30 minutes). The centrally located bus station provides direct services to Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as Perth, Dundee, St Andrews and Aberdeen. Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away.

      The town has a broad range of amenities including professional services, a good retail offering and leisure facilities. The Abbey and museums are a popular draw and the Alhambra Theatre is on the circuit of many international artists. Much of the centre of Dunfermline is protected by conservation status including two beautiful public parks which provide outstanding open spaces.

      KEY FEATURES

      • Impressive ‘B’ Listed Victorian First Floor Flat
      • Superb Central Location In Hideaway Setting
      • Spacious Accommodation
      • Video Entryphone
      • Period Features including open fireplace
      • Bay Window & ornate cornices
      • Fitted Kitchen/Breakfastroom
      • 2 Double Bedrooms
      • GCH
      • ‘Olde Worlde’ 4-piece Bathroom
      • Residents Parking & Own Garage
      • Shared Gardens

      GARDEN GROUNDS

      Broomhead House enjoys a hideaway wooded setting with shared garden grounds and residents parking. Flat 3 has the benefit of its own garage located within the grounds.

      EXTRAS

      All fitted floor coverings, blinds and integrated kitchen appliances including RangeMaster 5-ring gas hob and oven, cooker hood, and American-style fridge freezer are included in the purchase price.

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      (Property Ref: 15858844)

    Offers Over £1400000 GBP

    AMAZING RESULTS!™ Commercial are delighted to offer to the market a superb opportunity to acquire an exceptional agricultural, sporting and amenity farm of approx 152 acres with flexible range of outbuildings and recently refurbished and extended Farmhouse.

    FARMHOUSE Renovated and extended period farmhouse | 3 reception rooms | 5 bedrooms (2 en-suite) | family bath/shower room | Outbuildings | Large garden and fine views

    FARM BUILDINGS Two large general purpose sheds providing livestock accommodation general storage

    LAND AND FARMING In-hand farm with 77 acres arable/grass leys | 50 acres hill/rough grazing | 22 acres woods and ponds | 3 acres miscellaneous

    SPORTING Informal partridge and pheasant shoot with several drives, roe deer stalking and duck flighting

    INCOME Several income streams including grazing rents, Basic Payment Scheme entitlements, woodland grants, and Feed-in Tariff from a Solar PV installation

    Internet is really good at the farm

    About 152 acres (62 hectares) in total

    For sale as a whole or can be sold in 3 lots on request:

    Lot 1 House and 2 fields
    Lot 2 Sheds and 40 acres approx
    Lot 3 Fields and hill 110 acres approx

    Details on application

    Blairgowrie 11 miles, Dundee 22 miles, Perth 27 miles Edinburgh airport 67 miles, Aberdeen 69 miles

      Location

      Set amid the spectacular and picturesque scenery of the Angus Glens, Mid Derry is an attractive and productive mixed farm offering exciting and diverse sport & wide ranging amenity.

      Perthshire and Angus are highly regarded farming areas, well known for their fertile soils and a generally dry climate. The nearby towns of Alyth (8 miles) and Blairgowrie (11 miles) offer a good range of local services including a Post Office, banking services, medical and dental surgeries and supermarkets. A wider range of shops and professional services, together with mainline railway stations, is available in the nearby cities of Perth (27 miles) and Dundee (22 miles). Dundee also has an airport with services to London Stansted, while the airports at Edinburgh (67 miles) and Aberdeen (75 miles) offer a range of domestic and international flights.

      Primary schooling is available at Isla Primary School by Lintrathen. Secondary schooling is available in Kirriemuir and Blairgowrie, whilst private schooling is available at The High School of Dundee, Kilgraston, Craigclowan, Strathallan and Glenalmond College, all within an approximate hour’s drive.

      Perthshire and Angus are world renowned destinations for field sports enthusiasts. Salmon and sea trout fishing are available on the Rivers Isla, Ericht and North and South Esks while the River Tay is internationally known as one of the four best salmon rivers in Scotland. Top class driven pheasant, partridge and grouse shooting is widely available in the area. The hills and glens of Perthshire and Angus make them the ideal location for hill walking, riding and enjoying the beautiful scenery and wildlife.

      Skiing is available at Glenshee Ski Centre, 24 miles to the north of Mid Derry. For golfers, there are five 18-hole and two 9-hole courses within 10 miles of Mid Derry, including the championship Rosemount course at Blairgowrie Golf Club. Further afield, the world famous courses at Gleneagles, and the Open Championship venues of Carnoustie and St Andrews are all within an hour’s drive.

      The area is well served by agricultural merchants and suppliers, including a livestock mart at Forfar (20 miles) and an active local machinery ring.

      Farmhouse

      Combining an original early 20th century farmhouse with a sympathetic 21st century extension, Mid Derry Farmhouse is a beautifully presented family house providing extensive accommodation over two floors.

      Having upgraded the services, extended and conducted a comprehensive interior upgrade, Mid Derry Farmhouse now offers generous move-in condition family living that will impress all who view! At the core of the house is a beautiful open-plan kitchen and dining room. The quality of materials, finishes and fittings used in extending the house are of a high quality with particular features including oak and limestone floors, a Carpenter Oak style dining room with exposed Douglas Fir beams, and a bespoke fitted kitchen by Callum Walker Interiors of Perth.

      On the first floor, two bedroom suites lie at either end of an L-shaped passage/landing with three additional bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower.

      The house is served by oil-fired central heating and back boiler connected to the wood burning stove, mains water and mains electricity.
      A 24.5 kW solar array mounted on one of the farm buildings provides supplementary power together with annual income under the government sponsored Feed-In Tariff (FiT) scheme.

      On the southwesterly aspect of the house is a stone paved terrace. Beyond this is a spacious garden laid down to lawn which is planted around the periphery with fruit trees and mixed shrubs and bounded by a hedge.

      Beside the house is a brick and slate outbuilding used as a deep freeze room and for general storage. There is a hen house with large woodland run.

      Farm Buildings

      There is a useful range of farm buildings serving Mid Derry which comprise:

      • GeneralPurpose Shed: (20m x 22m)–4-bay
      • Steel portal framed shed: With box profile cladding, part stone and part block walls and hardcore floor. This building adjoins and is open to:
      • Cattle Court: (19m x 33m) 6-bay steel portal frame construction beneath a corrugated cement sheet roof with super vent cladding, block walls and a concrete floor. Includes a raised central feed passage with feed barriers.
      • Pole Barn: Open-fronted 4-bay barn with a corrugated iron roof and hardcore base.

      Both the general purpose shed and cattle court date from the mid 1980s and have mains electricity and water supplies.

      Whilst currently used for agricultural purposes, the sheds have the potential for a range of uses including equestrian conversion and vehicle garage/workshop.
      Mounted on the south-eastern pitch of the cattle court is the solar array providing auxiliary power to the farmhouse and buildings, and a useful income stream.

      Farming System

      Traditionally, Mid Derry was a stand-alone mixed livestock unit capable of rearing and finishing cross-bred lambs and suckled calves with silage, barley and root crops grown in rotation. More recently, it has been farmed in conjunction with other holdings in the area and it has been the vendors’ practice to let some of the fields on an informal seasonal arrangement to a neighbouring farmer for the grazing of sheep.

      With the capacity for up to 80 bullocks or 40 cows and calves, the cattle court is a useful facility serving the farm. In recent years, the vendors have used the steading for sheep handling, lambing and finishing lambs

      The land is well suited to growing hay, silage, fodder brassicas and spring barley with the best of the land being let periodically for seed potatoes.

      With piped water to troughs in each of the fields, free-swinging gates and a well maintained modern network of fences, the infrastructure at Mid Derry has been progressively improved and is an impressive feature of the property.

      Woods, Pond & Sporting

      As keen wildlife and field sports enthusiasts, there has been significant investment in creating a more diverse landscape at Mid Derry. This has included the establishment of several plantations of mixed species woodland, the planting of several hundred metres of new hedgerows, and the creation of two ponds and areas of wetland.

      The result of this investment is that the land at Mid Derry presents a patchwork of hill, productive agricultural land, woods and ponds, which is both visually attractive and has considerable biodiversity.

      The woods have been created to attract and hold game and, in combination, they form the basis of an enjoyable but informal shoot. At present, the vendors run Mid Derry as part of a larger shooting enterprise in the district. There is one pheasant release pen in the wood directly adjoining Mid Derry Farmhouse. The birds are fed up the hill and to the other coverts within the farm to create several small drives. Given appropriate weather and wind conditions, this provides some varied and exceptionally sporting shooting.

      In addition to reared game, the young woodland plantations are proving increasingly attractive to woodcock during the winter months whilst the two ponds on the farm are fed to attract wild duck. Given the proximity of the relatively large Lintrathen Reservoir, a few miles to the east, a mixture of mallard, teal and widgeon can be attracted in significant numbers, providing excellent sport.

      Renewable Energy

      A 24.5kW solar array on the roof of the cattle court was installed in May 2013,. These panels generate direct income through the FiT system and deemed 50% export. They also reduce the vendors’ electricity consumption costs. Since installation, the panels have returned a consistent annual income in the region of £3,000 in addition to savings.

      Farm Details

      AFRC-RPID: Broxden Business Park, Lamberkine Drive, Perth, PH1 1RX. Tel: 01738 602000 SGRPID.Perth@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

      In addition to the purchase price, the purchaser will be required on the date of entry to pay an additional and separate sum for:

      1. Any growing crops.
      2. Any cultivations.

      Rights of Way and Wayleaves: The Cateran Trail footpath crosses Mid Derry between the hill ground and arable land. It forms part of the Core Path network designated by the Perth & Kinross and Angus Councils

      A line of telegraph poles and electricity lines crosses part of the farm. A small annual wayleave payment is received from the Distribution Network Operator, Scottish & Southern Energy plc.

      Basic Payment Scheme and LFASS: The Basic Payment Entitlements in respect of Mid Derry Farm are included in the sale. Mid Derry Farm lies within a Less Favoured Area for the benefit of subsidies. Further information in relation to the Basic Payment and LFASS can be obtained from the selling agents.

      Farm Code: Mid Derry Farm is registered by Agriculture, Food and Rural Communities – Rural Payments and Inspections Directorate (AFRC-RPID) under the code 113/0056.

      Viewing

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      (Property Ref: 15252908)