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  1. Meikle Endovie Steading, Near Alford, Residential Development

    Land for sale


    0.76 hectares

    Derelict steading with planning consent for conversion to 6 dwellings, Meikle Endovie steading is situated in a beautiful rural setting approximately 0.5 miles from the town of Alford. The site is accessed from a minor road off the A944 and offers views over the surrounding agricultural fields, Planning, Full planning permission was granted in February 2017 for the conversion of the, existing steading to form six 4-bedroom homes, each benefiting from garden ground., Further details can be found on Aberdeenshire Council’s Planning Portal, under reference APP/2015/3522. A Section 75 has been agreed., An application to modify the planning obligations in relation to educational contributions was approved in September 2017 (Reference: APP/2017/0999). No contributions towards Primary or Secondary education will be payable., Planning consent for conversion to 6 dwellings, Idyllic rural location in close proximity to Alford, Offers invited, The steading forms part of a small cluster of buildings which include residential and agricultural buildings and otherwise benefit from an idyllic countryside setting. The steading is now derelict however the stonework has been retained and the buildings are considered suitable for conversion

  2. The Old Bakehouse, 53 Main Street, Alford, AB33 8PX

    Office for sale


    1,174 to 2,972 sq ft ~11 to 28 people

    • Car park
    • Coffee shop
    • Modern
    • Open plan
    • Self-contained office

    Alford is a popular town in Aberdeenshire and lies approximately 28 miles west of Aberdeen. Main Street is considered to be the commercial thoroughfare of the town and forms part of the A944, the route connecting the city centre with Mossat, via Westhill and Sauchen. The subjects comprise a self-contained office suite within an end of terrace, traditional building of granite construction under a pitched and slated roof. The building was formerly part dwelling house and part bakery. The subjects are arranged over ground and first floor with mansard roof. The ground floor currently provides a mixture of open plan and cellular office accommodation and also benefits from a modern, full height glazed frontage on to Main Street providing a high level of visibility and enhancing the property's prominence. The first floor comprises cellular offices but there is potential for conversion back to residential accommodation.


    ~ 2 months ago. CBRE