- Partial Barn Conversion
- Business Potential
- Property Development
- Beautiful Location
- 0.5 acres of land
Property SummaryDylan Lee is a quaint unfinished barn conversion with huge potential. Originally part of Harden Farm, this 19th century stone barn and outbuildings could be redeveloped into a fantastic family home and or for a B&B/chalets/Airbnb or a studio/workshop or both. The site is 0.5 acres of land. The main building surrounds a courtyard which is a lovely sun trap. The house sits centrally within the garden which has a traditional Caithness stone wall as a boundary.
Dylan Lee is located in a quiet and picturesque area on the southern outskirts of the county town of Wick. The Castle of Oldwick is a 2 minute walk away with stunning coastal scenery and views to open countryside.
This property would suit a developer or someone who would like a project. Electricity is on-site and phone line. A septic tank will be required and mains water is taken in from the road. Double glazed windows and doors throughout and original Caithness flagstone flooring.
Wick is the county town of Caithness and is on the popular North Coast 500 route. It has all amenities including Primary schools, High school, doctors surgeries, Caithness General Hospital, opticians, Retail Park, Industrial park, 3 supermarkets, Railway station and Airport. A busy little town with a history steeped in the Herring Fishing industry.
There are many possibilities with this site and we recommend viewing to realise its potential.
There is no Home report as this property is not habitable.
KITCHEN/DINER (11.3m x 4.5m)
Enormous space with double aspect double glazed windows and doors. One to the front of the property and the other to the courtyard. The kitchen presently has rustic cupboards and Caithness slate worktops and shelving. There is space for a washing machine and dishwasher. Vinyl floor covering with original Caithness flagstone floor underneath. Velux windows in a high cathedral ceiling. Exposed original walls, whitewashed, with pine tongue & groove cladding up to approx. 1m.
LIVING ROOM (6m x 4.6m)
Another large room with multi-fuel burner installed. Double glazed door to the front of the property and large double glazed window and door to courtyard. Electric storage heater. Pine tongue-and-groove cladding to half height. High ceiling with Velux windows. Vinyl floor covering with original Caithness flagstone floor underneath.
ROOM 3 & ATTIC (4.6m x 3.4m)
End Room with attic space via ladder. Whitewashed stone walls. Roof requires repairs. Double Glazed large window and door to courtyard. Door access through to what would be another kitchen/diner sized space which requires roof (11m x 4.5m). Could allow for further bedrooms.
BEDROOM & BATHROOM (external: 3.4m x 7.6m)
A flat-roofed extension to the side of the kitchen/diner that was converted into a bedroom and bathroom, however, the roof has since partially fallen in.
OUTBUILDING AND BYRE
The outbuilding sits behind Dylan Lee and is in a state of disrepair. The byre has been partially knocked down but the back wall and stalls remain. All of which has great potential for conversion.
No home report available for this property as it is not habitable at present.
Mains water easily brought in from the road. Septic tank required.
Electricity on-site and telephone landline.
Static caravan to rear of outbuilding, although not habitable, sits on a chunk of grassed land with burn (stream) running through.
Footprints of a further 2 buildings on site.
Coming from the north, go through Wick on South road. Just past the retail park the road bends, take the left turn onto March Road. Continue along this road and Dylan Lee is at the junction to Carnaby road (only turn off along here).
From the south, the A99 takes you from Latheron to Wick. March road is on your right before the 30 mph sign entering Wick.