Breda is a small family run estate in the Highlands of Scotland, some thirty miles west of Aberdeen in the beautiful Howe of Alford. From the Scots Baronial style architecture of Breda House to the post ice age Caledonian pinewood on Breda Hill, the estate is steeped in history. The estate also supports a myriad of wildlife in its designed and natural landscapes.
The planning consent granted provides for the three, properties to be constructed and harled in wet harl in 'correnie pink' with timber linings complimenting the timber window frames. The roofs will be of traditional slate. The total floor area of each three bedroom dwelling will total 216 sq.m and the accommodation will comprise on the ground floor Sitting Room; dining Kitchen; Utility Room and Shower Room. On the first floor there will be three double sized Bedrooms, the master being en suite and a further family Bathroom. Integrated single garage. The properties are to be arranged around a shared courtyard with private gardens to the rear of each property.
O' a the airts the wind can bla',
It canna send me better nor,
The homely roof o’ guid Breda.