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A rare opportunity to create a memorable development in one of Scotland’s most picturesque settings is now available at Braehead, Monymusk, Aberdeenshire.
The 182-year-old granite farmhouse and grand U-plan steading overlook the River Don with spectacular sweeping views and in the shadow of Bennachie, one of the best known landmarks in the North-east.
It is reached by a long, oak tree-lined drive to an elevated 28-acre south facing site where the river emerges from a scenic gorge known as The Lord’s Throat.
The B-listed property has not been lived in for 30-years but has full planning and listed building consent to produce an outstanding restoration.
The farmhouse has permission to alter and extend the property to a four-bedroom home with the steading converted into three dwelling houses while an additional Tudor-style cottage is to be turned into a business unit.
There is also consent to build a garage with supplementary residential accommodation between the farmhouse and the steading.
Braehead sits amidst the scenic Don Valley, 18-miles west of Aberdeen and is only two miles north of the attractive historic planned village of Monymusk.
The sprawling site is tucked away in a secluded location surrounded by mature mixed woodland and rough grazing which is a haven for wildlife including deer. Just across the river sits the House of Monymusk, part of which dates back to 1205.
As well as beautiful surroundings, the area is also steeped in ecclesiastical history. Next door to Braehead are the remains of St Finan’s chapel, built by Scotland’s first Christian missionary around 1300-years ago. Nearby is Fetternear, the medieval summer palace of the Bishops of Aberdeen.
John Rhind of selling agents Aberdeen & Northern (Estates) said: “During my 30-year career I have never seen a more perfectly situated farmhouse and steading.
“The views and scenery are absolutely stunning and everything is in place to create a truly fantastic development.”
Monymusk has a post office, general store, hotel, pub, art gallery, church and a primary school. There is a secondary school at nearby Kemnay.
Braehead is being offered in three lots with the farmhouse and 17.5 acres of land available for offers over £305,000; the steading, cottage and 7.9 acres available for offers over £275,000; an additional 1.85 acres of land for over £10,000 or as a whole for offers over £590,000.
Contact the selling agents Aberdeen & Northern (Estates) on 01467-623800.