£175,000 Offers Over
Around an acre of land for sale with planning consent in principle for four log houses (not detailed consent). One is to be used for a manager to live in full-time (who also has to be employed on the nearby livery yard, owned by the seller's).
The site lies at about 50 feet above sea level and has really lovely views over farm land to the firth of Forth to the south and farm land to the east, west and north. This location is very attractive and has a good outlook. The Upper Dean house and steading was demolished in the 1980's. The site lies only half a mile from the medieval port of Culross which is a conservation village and has a palace, walled gardens, tea room, a good hotel, pub and bus service to Dunfermline, Edinburgh and Kincardine.
Planning permission was granted by Fife Council. Planning Review Body 13.04.15. A copy of the planning permission is annexed. Conditions include three of the log houses to be let out for a maximum period of 12 consecutive weeks a year and they must never be sold off separately. McCrae & McCrae Ltd would like to have any planning queries for Fife Council addressed through them.
The main access into the property is via a vehicular right of way which Fife Council maintain as it also provides access to the unused graveyard (West Kirk). The log house developer will have to upgrade the access road and install a passing as well as relocating the stone was to the east of the entrance to the access road so as to improve visibility splays
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