The units are mainly rented out to staff working within the Port or within the oil and gas industries associated within the area. These units provide a steady income steam with minimal management input. Routinely the flats are leased on a long-term basis but would also suit shorter term lets.
This is a substantial property of traditional stone construction dating from the late 18th Century; accommodation is arranged over two floors and is maintained to a high standard. Access to the apartments is via a concrete external stair case which leads to a communal entrance. A long central corridor provides access to each of the 3 apartments. The current proprietors have inwardly invested into the building infrastructure with recent improvements to the property. All of the flats are presented to a good standard and comfortably furnished.
Located near to the busy arterial A9 trunk road, Invergordon is approximately 20 miles north of the Highlands capital Inverness but is located close to the towns of Tain, Alness and Dingwall. With its coastal position, Invergordon boasts a strong community spirit and provides for a wide range of social and recreational facilities.
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