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Hotel & Chalet Complex - Leisure and Lifestyle - Aberdeenshire

Asking Price: £1,200,000
Turnover:  £500,000
Location: Scotland

Hotel with self-catering chalet complex, bar and restaurant; seven letting bedrooms; 12-bed bunkhouse; nine chalets. Turnover close to £500k (net). Offers over £1.2m for the hotel and chalets...

Nursing Home - Medical and Educational - Aberdeenshire

Asking Price: £750,000
Turnover:  £989,000
Location: Scotland

Well respected and reputable care home in Aberdeenshire. The business was established in 1983 and has built a strong reputation for excellence in the care home sector. It has total of 26 bedrooms with 16 bedrooms having ensuite facilities. It also offers a day care service with transport. All day ca..

Residential Development Site - Building and Construction - Aberdeenshire

Asking Price: 
Location: Scotland

100-house residential development site for sale in popular upmarket settlement of Tarves, Aberdeenshire extending to approx. 14.1 acres. Site has Local Authority masterplan approval for development. Local utilities are available adjacent to this easily developed south facing land. Historical sales o..

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Local information: Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Aberdeenshire is located in the North East of Scotland and is one of the country’s richest historic heritages. Several Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological sites are still in evidence today, such as Longman Hill, Kempstone Hill, Catto Long Barrow and Cairn Lee.

The present county name derives from the historic county of Aberdeen, which was abolished in 1975 under the Local Government (Scotland) Act and replaced by Grampian Regional Council. Today, Aberdeenshire has a population of approximately 227,000 and is divided into the Banff and Buchan district, the Gordon district and the Aberdeenshire council area.

Aberdeenshire’s population represents 4.5% of Scotland’s total. There has been a 20% increase in Aberdeenshire’s population since 1981 and a 50% increase since 1971.

Aberdeenshire has several places of interest, such as the royal residence Balmoral Castle and the historically important trackways of Causey Mounth and Elsick Mounth.