£14,000 Guide price
Residential Development Plot of land extending to approximately 0.2 acres - Located on the corner of Merrick Drive and Dalcairney Road. Local planning authority - East Ayrshire Council planning Department for enquiries - 01564 576790 - email@example.com - Outline planning application approved. ** Housing Development Opportunity ** Outline Planning permission previously granted to erect 1 Detached property or 2 Semi-Detached properties (Re-submitted 2012) - Historic planning permission should encourage interest for a number of investors or builders. Residential Development Plot set within Dalmellington extending to approx 0.2 acres - Quiet countryside setting within 30 mins drive of Ayr, Glasgow 40 mins - Close to main transport links. A plot of land set on the corner of Merrick Drive and Dalcairney Road - Mains services near to the site - REDUCED GUIDE PRICE TO ENSURE SALE - 1st time auction entry. Nearest train station - New Cumnock (10.5 mi) - Connections to Glasgow &Ayr. In the heart of rural Ayrshire, Dalmelington offers great access to the spectacular countryside and only a short drive away is Scotlands West coast, boasting some of the worlds best beaches.
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