The Highland Council invites offers for the purchase of the properties listed below.
Further information is available from Housing & Property Services, Property Sales, The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX.
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The property offers a rare opportunity to purchase a detached stone and slate building with modern extensions. The original building is of stone construction with a pitched slated roof, whilst the extensions are of a more modern block construction with flat mineral felt roofs. Internally the accommodation consists of a vestibule, main hall, 3 toilets (including a disabled toilet and an en-suite), 3 further rooms, a kitchen and a ramped walkway connecting the original building to the newer extensions. Grounds consist of an area of grassland bounded by a wooden post and wire fence. Across the road from the main entrance is an area of tarmac hard standing which currently acts as parking and which is included within the sale.
Site extending to 0.29 ha (0.72 Acres) or thereby.
The former depot lies within a gross Title area of approximately 0.43 Ha / 1.06 acres and comprises a predominantly level yard with two main buildings located within. The yard is mostly hard-core / part tarmacadam with a raised concrete loading platform to the east side. The yard backs on to a high rock face whilst the remaining perimeter is bound by post and wire fencing.
The subject property was originally designed as a health centre, and latterly used as a community information centre & offices. It is a detached single storey building with a pitched tiled roof. Internally it benefits from a kitchen and WC’s with disabled facilities. There is one open plan office, and four smaller office rooms, several of which have data cabling. All internal walls are of timber stud partitioning, which allow reconfiguration of the layout.
There is a paved area to the front of the building suitable for car parking, whilst to the rear and side is a small grassed area.
The coastal town of Brora is located approximately 57 miles North of Inverness. The Fascally Pavilion and Amenity Ground is situated approximately 2 miles to the west of Brora. The River Brora runs past the East & South boundaries of the site and the Brora Heritage Centre is located across the road.
The subjects consist of a site of approximately 0.048 hectares (0.12 acres) and is over-looked by various houses. Formerly, the site was an industrial unit utilised as a garage. Neighbouring uses include residential, Creich Parish Church and a car park. Access from Migdale Road is over Highland Council land and access rights will be agreed with the purchaser.
Located in the centre of Golspie with frontage to the beach, this property is a former auction room and is suitable for storage or industrial uses. For more information or to arrange a viewing to see how this property could work for your business, please contact 01463 702217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The site consists of a store and warehouse which have both laterally been used as storage. The warehouse is accessed from a lane between number 14 Kenneth Street and comprises a building of brick construction with large concertina doors under a pitched felt roof. The building was formally used as a garage and extends to a GIA of approximately 1,050 sq ft with eave heights of 4.9 metres. The building is primarily open plan, with a small kitchen/office facility and toilet.
The subjects of sale comprise a single storey detached property of traditional construction with rendered walls under a pitched and tiled roof. The subjects occupy a roadside position in Glen Nevis and benefit from gated vehicular access and a surfaced parking area.
The site is reasonably level and extends to approximately 0.1 ha (0.247 acres). It is bordered by shrubs on the North and West boundaries. To the East is a small storage unit under separate ownership. Access is via a public road. Good yardage is provided. A concrete ramp allows good loading for trucks.
The subject properties for sale are located at the edge of Lairg, consisting of a two Nissen huts and a former vehicle test centre with test pits. Additionally, there is an area of vacant land to the East of the buildings. The properties are suitable for industrial uses, although redevelopment potential exists. Consideration would be given to sale in part. For more information or to arrange a viewing to see how best these properties could work for your business, please contact 01463 702217 or email email@example.com
The site generally comprises a wedge of elevated amenity land sandwiched between the main road and the main north railway(in part) to the east.
The available site occupies a prominent position on Nairn Links, adjacent to the harbour & marina and extends to approximately 500 sq m or thereby. There is currently a building erected on the site which extends to approximately 182 sq m.
The School is of mixed single storey construction with part block and part timber construction and benefits from a flat felt clad roof, (with numerous raised skylights). The subjects have been extended to the west gable in the past following similar design and material.
The subject offers an exciting opportunity to redevelop a unique site. Graham House is located in the centre of Dornie and 200 metres from the world famous Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most iconic images in Scotland.
The property is a former local authority office building and site. Located in the village of Brora, the subjects may offer an investment or development opportunity.