The farmhouse near where Shaun Ritchie was last seen has been put up for sale for £350,000.
Tributes to the missing Fraserburgh man lie only yards from the front of the five-bedroom property where it is understood Shaun was last seen by friends.
Hundreds of police officers, mountain rescue volunteers, marine divers and members of the public descended on the Greenburn area around the Kersiehill farmhouse in November.
Items of clothing Shaun was wearing on the night of his disappearance were recovered from the scene.
But despite one of the largest coordinated missing person’s investigations in Scottish history, there have not been any major developments since New Year.
Now Kersiehill is up for sale. It is described in the property listing as: “A substantial five-bedroom dwelling with outbuildings set in peaceful rural Aberdeenshire.”
“There is a range of mainly traditional buildings located to the west of the property with ample yard space and room to expand. These outbuildings have generally been used for storage and livestock accommodation and provide a number of options for future use including equestrian or residential conversion subject to obtaining planning.”
The sale of Kersiehill includes a patch of neighbouring woodland comprised of rowan, ash and spruce trees that was heavily searched during the initial investigation.