CCL are delighted to introduce an excellent development opportunity on the High Street in Forres for the conversion of the 1st floor above the former Royal Bank of Scotland building. This Grade 2 listed building is in excellent condition through out and has a large car park/garden with a stunning cast iron gated tunnel leading to a beautiful and secluded courtyard. Formally being part of the Bank of Scotland it benefits from a soundproofed staircase at the front and solid floors on the 1st level.
The property is situated in an excellent location on the bustling High Street in Forres; a short distance from the main A96 route between Inverness and Aberdeen. The property is surrounded a good mixture of commercial properties and residential dwellings. Forres has a very active community and an attractive High Street offering a variety of amenities and facilities. A number of primary schools and secondary schools are also located in Forres and the surrounding villages. The town of Forres, a former Royal Burgh has a close connection with Scotland and Britain in bloom ensuring public areas and parks throughout the town are immaculately maintained and beautifully presented. The town is also steeped in history including a mention in Shakespeare’s Macbeth as well as being the location of the impressive 22 ft. Pictish Sueno’s Stone. The local area is renowned for its beauty with the picturesque Findhorn Bay a few miles from the property and a number of outdoor activities easily accessible in the area. Inverness and Elgin, both of which can be reached by rail, provide extensive retail offerings and shopping centres in additional to a wealth of recreational, cultural and leisure activities. Inverness Airport is located half an hour from the property has regular daily flights to UK and European destinations.