THE next phase in the life of an historic Inverness building was marked recently when a date stone was unveiled as part of a £4 million re-development.
The ceremony was performed by Inverness Central councillor, Peter Corbett, at Deveron Homes’ Fairfield development close to the city centre.
Fairfields is a luxurious development of six private one and two bedroom apartments in a stately Victorian mansion and offering modern, contemporary living for the 21st century.
Many boast Victorian bay windows, all are superbly appointed and benefit from designated parking.
Prices start at £182,950.
Breathing new life into the building and its surroundings has also involved the creation of a small selection of new-build two bedroom apartments in the garden grounds.
Construction work has been carried out by Deveron Group company Deveron Construction who, together with building a number of Deveron Homes developments, are involved as principal contractor in a variety of commercial and refurbishment projects.
Commenting on the event, Deveron Homes’ sales director, Lynne Holburn, said: “This investiture heralds a new era for the former mansion house and grounds at Fairfields.
“During its long and varied history, the house has been occupied as a private family dwelling, the post office and the headquarters of the Deer Commission.
“Now, it has been given a new lease of life for the 21st century thanks to the completion of these stunning apartments which are sure to appeal to locals and newcomers to the area alike.”
For further information on Fairfields, visit www.deveronhomes.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, call (01466) 794300.
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