- UNDER OFFER
- Renovation project
- Architectural stone building
- Stripped back to stone walls and in need of renovation
- Relevant planning permissions required
- Grade B Listed Building
A Mid 19th century, tall 2-storey and attic terrace stone built property in the architecturally designed Quatre Bras area of Lybster.
The ground floor has shop windows and a central doorway. The attic facing the street has 3 gabled and finialled dormers in the roof space. 12-pane glazing survives style along with a long narrow rear stair window stretching over the two upper floors, ridge and end stacks, Caithness slate roof.
This property is derelict and needs major refurbishment to bring it back to life either as a commercial with living accommodation above or convert into a magnificent home (Planning consents required for change of use).
There is an enclosed garden to the rear with access to the property.
The ground floor was formerly a cafe with a kitchen, toilets and eating area. There is two large shop windows and a central doorway. There is also a door leading to the rear garden. Stairs have been moved from the original place in the centre of the floor to the end to allow for the cafe dining space below.
The first floor has the rooms with large Victorian windows, original fireplaces and doors. The stairs leading to the attic floor is original and spirals around in front of a long window reaching from first floor up to second floor.
The attic floor presently has 2 rooms with the original fireplaces and doors.