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Family reveal how they turned the £50,000 empty plot of land into a grand hose worth £950,000

A couple have shared how they transformed an empty field into an amazing family home now on the market for £950,000.

Roy Murray, 66, a property developer, and his wife Linda, 63, a retired pharmacist, bought the land in the 1990s after having their daughter Fiona, now 30.

Located in the Cornhill area of Banff in Aberdeenshire, the couple set about building their dream home using salvaged materials – particularly granite.

While they were able to obtain the eight-acre site for free – by swapping a piece of land they owned for it – Roy estimates it was worth £50,000 – or an estimated £120,000 with planning permission.

Roy Murray, 66, a property developer, and his wife Linda, 63, a retired pharmacist, bought the land in the 1990s, located in the Cornhill area of Banff in Aberdeenshire

Roy Murray, 66, a property developer, and his wife Linda, 63, a retired pharmacist, bought the land in the 1990s, located in the Cornhill area of Banff in…


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