The 19th Century C-listed cottages at 211 High Street are within the Elgin town centre conservation area and had been empty for some time.

They were renovated with support from the Elgin Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme. The terraced cottages represent one of Elgin historic pends – or closes – which run at 90 degrees off the High Street and are a distinctive feature of the town's built heritage.

 

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