A mixed-use property with development potential on the North Coast 500 route has been put up for sale at offers over £500,000.

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has been appointed to sell the property on Main Street in Lybster, which features three refurbished buildings including workshops, an accommodation block and a timber-frame lodge.

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Rory Fraser, from the Inverness office of Shepherd Chartered Surveyors, said: “Previously operated by Northlands Creative as a contemporary glass production facility with living accommodation, there are various avenues that new owners could explore to enhance the existing business, including development potential, subject to appropriate planning consents.”

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He added: “Known for its stunning coastal scenery, white sandy beaches, rugged mountains, remote fishing villages, hidden gems, and a wealth of unforgettable experiences, the North Coast 500 is deemed one of the world’s most beautiful road trips and, as such, we anticipate much interest in this mixed-use property with development potential.”

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Providing details of the property, just off the A99 and 13 miles south of Wick, Shepherd Chartered Surveyors said: “The property features three refurbished buildings spread across 7,345 sq ft, providing workshop, studio, and residential accommodation on a one-acre site.”

It added: “The Alastair Pilkington Studio has been configured to provide four workshops, office accommodation, toilets, café, and prep kitchen while the Old School House has been converted into a five-bedroom accommodation block with ancillary laundry quarters and [a] lean-to, single-storey extension.

“The timber-frame lodge, meanwhile, has been configured to provide [an] open-plan living room/kitchenette, three double bedrooms, a shower room, and a disabled wet room with a paddock to the rear.”