The Homestead, Grange, Keith, AB55 6SP
Offers Over: £ 300,000

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Part-built Residential Dwelling house
The Homestead is a substantial architect designed part-built residential dwelling which commenced in 2000. The consented accommodation is laid out over two floors plus basement and is summarised as follows;

Basement:Swimming pool with main pool and child's pool, showering facilities, garage, plant room and store.

Ground Floor: Porch, entrance hall, large open plan kitchen, living and dining rooms, utility room, bedroom with en-suite shower room, lounge and veranda
First Floor: Hall, two shower rooms and four large bedrooms.
The land at The Homestead extends to 4.02 Hectares (9.93 acres) or thereby and is split into two paddocks. The land is under grass and would be suitable grazing paddocks for horses or other small scale livestock interest. According to the James Hutton Institute 1:50,000 Land Use Capability for Agriculture maps, the land is classified as Grade 3.2. This grade of land is typical of the area and suitable for growing a moderate range of crops and producing high yields or barley, oats and grass. The fields are relatively flat and bounded by a watercourse to the western boundary.
The Homestead is equipped with a range of buildings originally used for the production, processing and packing of egg products. The buildings would provide scope for alternative use or redevelopment subject to necessary statutory consents. The managers house is of non-standard construction and is subject to planning restrictions.

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