Both would include balconies offering coastal views as well as a sizeable garden area, with parking space for three vehicles per property to be created at the rear.
After successful consultations regarding local heritage and flood risk, the transformation of 16-22 Allardice Street is set to go ahead, offering two incredible properties.
A council report stated: “The proposal is acceptable as the redevelopment of a vacant site within a settlement, the layout, siting and design is acceptable for the site and Conservation Area and the proposal is not considered to adversely impact on the amenity of neighbouring properties or the character of the surrounding area and can be suitably serviced.”
Both properties will be spread across the first and second floors of the building, with the first floor including a bedroom, bathroom, lounge and kitchen area, and access to the balconies.
On the second floor another two bedrooms are included, with one including an en-suite, while a home office space is also in the plans. Terraces are included in the garden, with one sitting adjacent to an SSE Sub Station.
The council previously opened their new Viewmount office in the town back in July 2022 following what was described at the time as several years of “significant redevelopment” by Councillor Wendy Agnew.
It left their Allardice Street building vacant, with the building now set for a major transformation into two impressive properties in Stonehaven town centre.
You can view more on the proposals here.