Unusual Property Makes Tracks in the Media
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
on behalf of Bell Ingram
Bell Ingram Steams Ahead with Coverage on Unusual Property
Leading land agent, Bell Ingram, has made its way into the press with the arrival of a unique property on the market – The Station Building.
Built in 1869 and located in Strathcarron on the remote Kyle of Lochalsh train line, the Station Building was formerly used as the official Railway Station for Strathcarron, which still sees steam trains and the famous Royal Scotsman occasionally passing through today.
The former railway station is offering house-hunters and business owners the chance to create a dream property or to use the extensive space as the ideal place for an office or business.
The unusual property made its way into popular property supplement, Scotland’s Homes, which is part of the The Herald, who have a circculation of around 43 157. The feature picked up on the fact that the property offered a wealth of opportunities to transform the building into a sizable family home or small business.
Coming complete with a modern extension and a two bedroom apartment, the property is ideal for buyers looking for a renovation project and offers itself up as a virtual blank canvas.
The property was also featured across sites such as the Modern Scotsman, Ross-shire Journal and The North Star News, with each featuring pictures of the interior of the property, noting that there are plenty of railway reminders which lends the property its great character.
Established 112 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices, including chartered surveyors, estate and forestry managers, architects, building surveyors, Tourism and green energy specialists.
Holyrood Partnership works with Bell Ingram to share their many success stories with the media, landing coveted exposure in key national publications and business networks, such as The Sunday Times, The Scotsman and the Daily Express.
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