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Stead

Christina (Ellen). 1902--83, Australian novelist. Her works include Seven Poor Men of Sydney (1934), The Man who Loved Children (1940), and Cotters' England (1966)
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As continued use as farm buildings is not an option, and to prevent them from falling into disrepair, Bankhead Developments have submitted this proposal to convert and extend the existing steading to provide seven new dwellings and to retain the existing farmhouse.
The steading is approached via a long drive with gardens and parking included in the package.
What's the deal: This luxury steading conversion not only offers paddock with stunning views, inside there's a contemporary family layout which features a mezzanine games room.
What makes Fore-dale Steading, in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, special is that it has planning permission for two house and sits in a fifth of an acre of land.
Situated in a farm steading development, it includes four double bedrooms, two good-sized reception rooms, a spacious hallway, breakfasting kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, two en suites and a contemporary family bathroom.
When David England spotted an old steading he could immediately see the potential to convert it into the perfect home for his family.
Locals in Ayr will have seen an increased amount of site traffic recently with Inverdunning, an established and respected developer, having decided to reinstate the steading of 11 homes that had been a blot on the beautiful landscape after the initial builder was unable to finish the development.
What's the deal: This is a stunning steading conversion in an enviable combination of traditional craftsman-finished red sandstone homes.
In a move that would solve the cash problems of his fictional counterpart, Alex Baillie is to convert a historic steading on Dochfour Estate, Inverness-shire, into a hi-tech business centre.
HIS two-bedroom cottage in a stunning location is set within a private steading in Northumberland.
PARDES Steading at Meikle Wartle near Inverurie is the kind of house that just keeps on giving.