Offers Over £90000 GBP

Located above the picturesque village of Badachro on the north west coast of Scotland, is a fully serviced site offered ‘For Sale’ with Myfanwy Ann Rowe of AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents. The building plot offered for sale is part of a small private residential development, extends to approximately 1/3 of an acre, and benefits from all mains services. It forms a bare site, mainly laid to grass and heather, and the boundaries are formed in timber post and wire fencing.

Full planning permission for a 3 bedroom house has been approved (Highland Council Planning 20/03350/FUL).

  • Nursery, primary and secondary schooling
  • Excellent amenities in nearby Gairloch
  • Excellent variety of outdoor activities
  • Quiet location
  • LOCATION

    The plot forms part of a small residential development overlooking Badachro village, and It is understood that the plot extends to 0.1293 ha (0.32 of an acre). The village lies approximately 6 miles away from Gairloch where there is nursery, primary and secondary schooling. Also, shops, restaurants, garages, outdoor shop, chemist, newsagent, hairdresser, bank, post office, filling station, churches, a heritage museum and a golf course. From Gairloch pier, fishing and whale watching trips can be arranged. The village is serviced by regular Morrisons and Tesco delivery vans.
    Beinn Eighe nature reserve is approximately 18 miles south.

    The surrounding area is an ideal location for hill walking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing. Further outdoor pursuits available locally for the more active include rock climbing, abseiling and pony trekking. River and loch fishing is available at certain times of the year and permits are sold in local shops. There is an indoor swimming pool at Poolewe (circa 12 miles away).

    The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 71 miles by road and offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. The Mart town of Dingwall is approximately 59 miles distant. There are regular bus connections from Gairloch.

    SERVICES

    The plot has the benefit of all mains services (electric, water, drainage), with only connection into it required by the purchaser(s).

    PLANNING CONSENT

    Full planning permission for a 3 bedroom house has been approved (Highland Council Planning 20/03350/FUL).

    VIEWING

    The site is available to be viewed by appointment. Contact Myfanwy Ann Rowe on 01445 – 731 533 or 07741 – 483 420

    ASKING PRICE

    The plot is available for offers over £90,000

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    (Property Ref: 17403490)

    3 Bedroom Maisonette – Offers Over £155000 GBP

    Substantial 3 bedroom Double Upper Flat with great potential!

    AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents are delighted to offer to the market a beautifully proportioned 3 bedroom Double Upper Flat in a sought-after central location within the heart of Dunfermline’s city centre. Ideal for a range of amenities including various shops, restaurants and leisure facilities right on your doorstep. Dunfermline Railway Station only a short walk from the property and the nearby M90 motorway offers easy commuting by car to Edinburgh and The North.

    An ideal first time or buy-to-let investment. Don’t miss this one! Call your local Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins today to book your viewing appointment. 01383 69900.

      DESCRIPTION

      Number 10 Pilmuir Street is a superb Double Upper Flat that as been completely refurbished and attractively modernised throughout with double glazing, gas heating, refitted kitchen/diningroom with integrated appliances, utility, refitted bathroom, refitted cloaks/WC, new flooring and decoration throughout. Although requiring some further maintenance the property comprises a small courtyard entrance, main door with wide carpeted stair to landing, welcoming L-shaped reception hall, spacious lounge, superb refitted kitchen/dining, master bedroom with study/dressing room off and large beautifully fitted 4-piece bathroom with large walk-in shower. An attractive wrought-iron balustrade with timber hand rail leads to a large landing with excellent storage off and 2 further double bedrooms.

      Not your average home. For further information and appointment to view, please call Colin Jenkins today. 01383 699000. Phone Before It’s Sold!

      LOCATION

      The property occupies a superb city 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 property.

      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. Dunfermline is a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible towns in central Scotland. Within walking distance of the subject site is the city’s principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and a full range of shops, leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. 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). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away.

      VIEWING

      Would you like to see this superb city centre flat? Make an appointment with Colin Jenkins, your local Professional Estate Agent in Dunfermline. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505.

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      (Property Ref: 17460935)

    Guide Price £120000 GBP

    CROFT AND BUILDING PLOT
    A wonderful opportunity to acquire an owner occupied croft including building plot with planning permission in principle!

    Located in the delightfully tranquil, picturesque peninsula of Cove on the north west coast of Scotland, is a 4.03 acre croft with an undeveloped site offered ‘For Sale’ with Myfanwy Ann Rowe of AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents. Both are are well situated to take advantage of the fabulous views across Loch Ewe to the mountains beyond.
    The Croft Registration number is C2584

    The building plot offered for development is located within the owner occupied croft and an access road has been prepared and electricity and water services are nearby. The plot will be served by a septic tank and reedbed system (a percolation report is available on request to prospective purchasers).

    Don’t delay! Contact Myfanwy Rowe for further details or to arrange a viewing, on 01445 – 731 533 OR 07741 – 483 420.

    • 4.03 acres (1.6307 ha) owner occupied croft
  • 0.494 of an acre (0.200 ha) site with PIP
  • Peaceful location
  • Stunning sea, island and mountain views
  • Loch and sea fishing
  • Slipway close by
  • Ideal crofting opportunity
  • DESCRIPTION

    Located in the delightfully tranquil, picturesque peninsula of Cove on the north west coast of Scotland, is a 1.6307 ha (4.03 acre) croft, including an undeveloped site with planning permission in principle. The croft is on the coastline road of the Peninsula some 8 miles North of the village of Poolewe, and is sited with views over Loch Ewe, to the East and South, whilst enjoying the shelter from the Northwest. From this location, overlooking the sea loch, the settlement of Aultbea around to Mellon Charles is viewed on the opposite shoreline, with the majestic profile of the 3483ft An Teallach mountain in the background.

    The plot itself measures 0.200 ha (0.494 of an acre) and is accessed via a shared access track leading from the main road through Cove. Outline planning consent has been granted (21/05263/PIP). The land has formerly been used for grazing sheep. There is a possibility of building grants being available from the Crofting Agricultural Grants (Scotland) Scheme (www.ruralpayments.org).

    LOCATION

    This rural community is situated on the shores of Loch Ewe in the magnificent scenery of Wester Ross. The nearby village of Poolewe benefits from a Post Office/general store, a coffee shop, a hotel, village hall and an indoor swimming pool, all of which are only a short distance of 8 miles from Cove. The world famous Inverewe Gardens, where you can enjoy a wander, are also in Poolewe.
    Primary schooling is available in the village, with a nursery in nearby Aultbea, and primary and secondary schooling at Gairloch, where you will find more shops, restaurants, a heritage museum, a golf course and churches. From the pier, fishing and whale watching trips can be arranged. The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 83 miles distant 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 50 miles distant.

    There are walks of all standards in the area, ranging from Munros to gentle strolls along beaches and rivers. The peninsula and the surrounding area is an ideal location for golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing.; whilst the locality of Cove itself offers a rich and varied range of pursuits, such as mountain climbs and a wide choice of hills for rambling and walking.

    Just a short half mile walk (or drive!) to the tip of the peninsula stands evidence of the second world war activities – lookout points, gun implacements and concrete installations still stand as a reminder of the importance this sea loch played in the defence of the North Atlantic. On the opposite Aultbea peninsula, matching structures command a similar vantage point, which gave complete protection of the inner Loch Ewe.

    There are well stocked trout lochs on the hill just above the croft site, as well as rocky and sandy bays for sea fishing. The sheltered Loch Ewe (sea loch) offers excellent sailing conditions, with a slipway very conveniently situated across the road for sailing enthusiasts.

    SERVICES

    The plot benefits from services close by. No warranty is given and interested parties should make their own enquiries of service providers as to the availability and cost of services. The property/plot will be served by a septic tank and reedbed system (a percolation report is available on request to prospective purchasers).

    Access to the croft and plot is gained from the main road running through from Inverasdale to Cove.

    PLANNING CONSENT

    Planning in principle has been approved (Highland Council Planning 21/05263/PIP).

    CROFTING INFORMATION CONTACT DETAILS

    For further information / crofting advice please contact the
    Crofting Commission
    Great Glen House, Leachkin Road, Inverness, IV3 8NW
    01463 663439
    www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk OR www.crofting.org

    Also, the Scottish Government Agriculture and Rural Economy office at
    Longman House, 28 Longman Road, Inverness IV1 1SF
    Tel: 01463 234141 SGRPID.inverness@gov.scot

    VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment with Myfanwy Ann Rowe

    ASKING PRICE

    A guide price of £120,000 are invited.

    (Property Ref: 17152417)

    Offers Over £675000 GBP

    Looking for an exceptional development opportunity with full planning 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 hotel and Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade with full planning for 7 flatted dwellings. There’s also a superb 3 Bedroom Double Upper Flat, large ground floor store, shared courtyard areas as well as a 1,075 sq ft shop and generous secure car parking area included in the sale.

    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.

      DESCRIPTION

      Not your average development opportunity!

      The subjects ‘For Sale’ comprise the former stone-built C-Listed 3 storey hotel & more recently Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade at no’s 6-8 with full planning for change of use for the first floor and second floor level accommodation to form 7 flatted dwellings. 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, 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 superb walk-in condition Double Upper Flat that as been recently completely refurbished and attractively modernised comprising a 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! 01383 699000.

      LOCATION

      The subjects occupy a superb city 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. Dunfermline is a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible towns in central Scotland. Within walking distance of the subject site is the city’s principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and a full range of shops, leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. 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). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away.

      VIEWING

      Would you like to see this Commercial/Development opportunity? Make an appointment with Colin Jenkins, your local Professional Estate Agent. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505.

      Every day from 8am to 8pm.

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      (Property Ref: 17436293)

    Offers Over £795000 GBP

    Bring your staff 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 and space seldom available, this impressive, fully equipped 250 seat Restaurant/Bar premises offered 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 simply 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 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 £46,900 Effective Date 01-APR-23

      Call Colin Jenkins on 01383 699000 for further details and to 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.

      ARRANGE A VIEWING

      Viewing by appointment, please call your local AMAZING RESULTS!™ Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins to see this property today. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website now.

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      (Property Ref: 15847397)

    8 Bedroom Land – Development Site – Offers Over £675000 GBP

    Looking for an exceptional development opportunity with full planning 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 hotel and Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade with full planning for 7 flatted dwellings. There’s also a superb 3 Bedroom Double Upper Flat, large ground floor store, shared courtyard areas as well as a 1,075 sq ft shop and generous secure car parking area included in the sale.

    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.

      DESCRIPTION

      Not your average development opportunity.

      The subjects ‘For Sale’ comprise the former stone-built C-Listed 3 storey hotel & more recently Johnson’s nightclub/amusement arcade at no’s 6-8 with full planning for change of use for the first floor and second floor level accommodation to form 7 flatted dwellings. 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, 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 superb walk-in condition Double Upper Flat that as been recently completely refurbished and attractively modernised comprising a 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! 01383 699000.

      LOCATION

      The subjects occupy a superb city 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. Dunfermline is a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible towns in central Scotland. Within walking distance of the subject site is the city’s principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and a full range of shops, leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. 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). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away.

      VIEWING

      Would you like to see this Commercial/Development opportunity? Make an appointment with Colin Jenkins, your local Professional Estate Agent. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505.

      Every day from 8am to 8pm.

      ASK FOR A FREE PROPERTY APPRAISAL

      Discover the true value of your commercial property, business or land right now! Call Colin Jenkins, your local Professional Estate Agent. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. Request a free assessment and market analysis. You can also book a free appraisal online.

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      (Property Ref: 15254738)

    Offers Over £105000 GBP

    Located on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Poolewe on the north west coast of Scotland, are 4 fully serviced sites (1, 4, 5 & 7 as per plan) offered ‘For Sale’ with Myfanwy Ann Rowe of AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents. The building plots offered for sale are part of a 7 property development, and each plot is approximately 1/3 of an acre. An access road is prepared with all mains services brought in to the development for connecting up to each plot.

    The front and rear plots will benefit from the fabulous views across Loch Ewe to the Aultbea / Mellon Charles peninsula, while also sheltered by the rising hills behind. The remaining front sites are available at offers over £130,000 and the 2 to the rear at offers over £105,000 each.

    Take advantage of this “once in a lifetime” opportunity to have your dream home built to your own specifications. Don’t miss out. Contact Myfanwy Ann on 07741 483 420 now to begin making your dream come true.

    • Generous sized plots in desirable location
  • Magnificent sea loch and hill views
  • Good amenities within walking distance
  • Excellent outdoor pursuits
  • Amazing local scenery and wildlife
  • HURRY ONLY 4 SITES LEFT!!!

    DESCRIPTION
    The well placed and prepared sites are on the magnificent coastline road of the Peninsula on the outskirts of the village of Poolewe, and are sited with views over Loch Ewe, whilst enjoying the shelter from the Northwest. Across the sea loch is Inverewe Gardens and the village hall, which can be viewed from the location of the sites, as well as around the peninsula to Inverasdale and Cove.

    Each plot (1, 4, 5 & 7 as per plan) measures approximately 0.14164 ha (0.35 of an acre) and all are accessed via a shared access road, leading from the main Poolewe to Inverasdale road. Individual driveways will be the responsibility of the purchaser(s). Outline planning consent has been granted (13/04277/FUL).

    LOCATION

    Poolewe nestles at the foot of hills on the shores of Loch Ewe, within the magnificent scenery of Wester Ross. The village has a Post Office/general store, churches, a coffee shop, a hotel, village hall and an indoor swimming pool, all of which are within walking distance of the development. There are walks of all standards in the area, ranging from Munros to gentle strolls along beaches and rivers. Poolewe itself, as well as the whole peninsula and the surrounding area, is an ideal location for a varied range of pursuits, such as mountain climbs, and a wide choice of hills for rambling and walking; cycling, golf, bird-watching or just relaxing. There are well stocked trout lochs on the surrounding hills, and wonderful rocky and sandy bays for sea fishing – permits are for sale in the local shops. Also of interest to sailing enthusiasts, the sheltered Loch Ewe (sea loch) offers excellent sailing conditions. The world famous Inverewe Gardens, where you can enjoy a wander, are only 5 minutes away, and the tea room at Inverasdale school where local home baking can be enjoyed, is only a few miles further on the coast road.
    Gairloch is 6 miles south where you will find more shops, restaurants, a heritage museum, garage, health centre, chemist, a golf course and churches. From the pier, fishing and whale watching trips can be arranged.

    Nursery and primary schooling is available in the villages of Poolewe and Aultbea; and secondary schooling is available at Gairloch, with transport provided.

    The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 75 miles distant 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 55 miles distant.

    SERVICES

    The plots have the benefit of all mains services (electric, water, drainage, telephone), with only connection into each plot/property required by the purchaser(s).

    PLANNING CONSENT

    Planning in principle has been approved (Highland Council Planning 13/04277/FUL).

    VIEWING

    The sites are available to be viewed by appointment with Myfanwy Ann Rowe

    ASKING PRICE

    The asking price for the front plots is offers over £130,000 and £105,000 for the rear plots (each).

    (Property Ref: 17368943)

    Offers Over £55000 GBP

    This large, serviced plot (0.7 acre) is quietly positioned behind the Aultbea Lodges, above the village of Aultbea which lies on the shores of Loch Ewe, a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland. The plot is accessed via a shared single track driveway (which is the access to Aultbea Lodges); and is located next down from Rowan Lodge on the right hand side.

    • 0.7 acre serviced plot
  • Quiet location
  • Village amenities close by
  • Nursery / primary schooling
  • LOCATION

    The plot is within walking distance of all the village amenities, which include a doctor’s surgery, churches, village store, cafe and family run garage. Mellon Charles with its perfumery / cafe is only 3-4 miles away.

    Nursery and primary schooling is available in the village and secondary schooling is available at Gairloch.

    Aultbea is only a short drive away from the sandy beaches of Gruinard Bay, Mellon Udrigle and Gairloch. There are also several local tourist attractions nearby, including the famous Inverewe Gardens, where you can enjoy a wander, are approximately 6 miles south and the Russian Arctic Convoy display in Aultbea itself. Also of interest to sailing enthusiasts, the sheltered Loch Ewe (sea loch) offers excellent sailing conditions. Gairloch is 13 miles south where you will find more shops, restaurants, garages, 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. Beinn Eighe nature reserve is approximately 26 miles south.

    The surrounding area is an ideal location for hill walking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing. Further outdoor pursuits available locally for the more active include rock climbing, abseiling and pony trekking. River and loch fishing is available at certain times of the year and permits are sold in local shops. There is an indoor swimming pool at nearby Poolewe.

    The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 78 miles by road and offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. The Mart town of Dingwall is approximately 65 miles distant and Ullapool 45 miles. There are regular bus connections.

    SERVICES

    This site benefits from all mains services. No warranty is given and interested parties should make their own enquiries of service providers as to the availability and cost of services that may be required.

    PLANNING CONSENT

    Outline planning permission is in process of being applied for.

    VIEWING

    The site is available to be viewed by appointment with Myfanwy Ann Rowe

    ASKING PRICE

    Offers over £55,000 are invited.

    DIRECTIONS

    On entering the village of Aultbea (to Gairloch) follow the main road until you reach the sign for Aultbea Lodges. Turn left on the minor road (Drumchork) which leads uphill towards the entrance to the lodges and the plot is sign posted on the right. There is parking available at the Drumchork Hotel, and then a short walk down to the plot.

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    (Property Ref: 17262624)

    2 Bedroom Bungalow – Semi Detached – Offers Over £115000 GBP

    AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is delighted to offer to the market a 2 bedroom semi-detached bungalow, quietly situated above the village of Aultbea, on the North West Coast of Scotland.

    The property would suit first time buyers or retirees. The lounge and double bedroom at the rear of the bungalow enjoy the very pleasant aspect looking out over the sea loch towards Isle Ewe. The bungalow benefits from hardwood framed double glazed windows, electric storage and panel convector heaters. The bungalow is “tired” and in need of modernising.

    Council Tax Band : B
    EPC : D

    • Amazing scenery and wildlife
  • No onward chain
  • Quiet location
  • Good local amenities
  • DESCRIPTION

    This property offers all on one level accommodation to include front vestibule, hall, lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms (one with a shower), a bathroom and storage cupboard. It commands magnificent views of Loch Ewe, Aultbea harbour and the Torridon mountains as a backdrop, and benefits from an abundance of wildlife within close proximity.

    LOCATION

    The bungalow is within walking distance of all the village amenities, which include a doctor’s surgery, churches, village store, cafe and family run garage. Mellon Charles with its perfumery / cafe is only 3-4 miles away.

    Nursery and primary schooling is available in the village and secondary schooling is available at Gairloch.

    There are several local tourist attractions nearby, including the famous Inverewe Gardens, where you can enjoy a wander, are approximately 6 miles south and the Russian Arctic Convoy display in Aultbea itself. Also of interest to sailing enthusiasts, the sheltered Loch Ewe (sea loch) offers excellent sailing conditions. Gairloch is 13 miles south where you will find more shops, restaurants, garages, 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. Beinn Eighe nature reserve is approximately 26 miles south.

    Aultbea is only a short drive away from the sandy beaches of Gruinard Bay, Mellon Udrigle and Gairloch; as well as the surrounding area being an ideal location for hill walking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing. Further outdoor pursuits available locally for the more active include rock climbing, abseiling and pony trekking. River and loch fishing is available at certain times of the year and permits are sold in local shops. There is an indoor swimming pool at nearby Poolewe.

    The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 78 miles by road and offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. The Mart town of Dingwall is approximately 65 miles distant and Ullapool 45 miles. There are regular bus connections.

    SERVICES

    The property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage

    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 IV22 2HU. Click on “Request a Copy” and complete the form. An email will be sent to you immediately with a link to the home report.

    VIEWING

    Early viewing of this 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 this home is offers over £115,000

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    (Property Ref: 17380821)

    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)