£75,000 Guide price
A beautifully situated rural development site with outline planning consent for the construction of a four bedroom dwelling house in an accessible location close to Archiestown in Speyside.
The 1416m2 (0.35 acre) site is surrounded on three sides with existing mature woodland and benefits from extensive views towards Ben Rinnes.
Planning approval from The Moray Council can be viewed under Planning Application reference 12/00840/PPP for a 4-bedroom home.
Additional nearby grazing land available for rental by separate negotiation.
The site sits comfortably in the landscape, approximately 350 metres north east of the village or Archiestown.
The site is accessed by a private road, approximately 100 metres from the B9102 public road between Craigellachie and Archiestown.
Mains water and mains electricity cable have already been connected inside the site boundary. Telephone cable is just outside the boundary fence.
Viewing and further details or to discuss your specific requirements, with no obligation - please contact Harry Fordyce email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By mutual arrangement
You can personally undertake to amend the house style from the current approval and design to your own specific needs, being mindful of the local authority guidelines and approval process. You can then fully self-build, with architect input and supervision and employ your own trades or have a main contractor turn your dream to a reality.
The information provided in these particulars, whilst believed to be correct, are provided for your guidance only. All sizes are approximate.
Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves of any planning conditions prior to commencement of work.
Nearby Archiestown is a vibrant village with a very active community. It has a range of facilities including a Post Office and an excellent hotel. There is a very good small primary school at Knockando and the site is within the catchment area for Aberlour, Craigellachie, and Rothes primary schools. Aberlour is about 6 miles away and boasts an excellent comprehensive range of facilities, including a supermarket, bank, shops, several highly recommended dine-out facilities, swimming pool, leisure facilities, library, doctors surgery and an excellent secondary school which has consistently been the best performing secondary in Moray.
The area is very popular with visitors attracted by the numerous excellent facilities. The River Spey is world famous for its salmon fishing. Archiestown is located in the Malt Whisky Trail with such famous distilleries as Macallan, Cardhu and Knockando, all within a few miles of the site. There are numerous golf courses in the local area and the Cairngorm Mountain are within easy reach for hill walking and skiing. Locally the area has an excellent pathways network for walking, mountain biking and horse riding linking the Speyside Way long distance path with the Forestry Commission woods. The airports of Inverness and Aberdeen are within easy travelling distance.
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