£84,150 Offers Over
Plot with planning consent for a new build 6 bedroom public room newbuild house plot 1.95 acres.
LOT 1 – Unit 1 – Farmhouse in need of upgrading with planning consent to extend to have 4 bedrooms, 2 public rooms and about 0.47 acres. This lot also includes unit 3 which the sellers would prefer to abandon to give more space for the remaining plots. OFFERS OVER £119,000 - NOW UNDER OFFER
LOT 2 – Unit 2 – Barn with a roundal with consent for a 6 bedroom, 3 bathrooms and 2 public room barn conversion house plot 2.15 acres OFFERS OVER £89,250 - NOW UNDER OFFER
LOT 3 – Units 4 and 5 – Planning consent for 2 x newbuild houses garages 1.75 acres. Again, the sellers think that by dropping unit 4 it would give more space for the remaining houses. OFFERS OVER £99,450 NOW UNDER OFFER
LOT 4 – Unit 6 with planning consent for a new build 6 bedroom public room newbuild house plot 1.95 acres
OFFERS OVER £84,150 - STILL AVAILABLE
LOT 5 – Unit 7 – Church Hall with planning consent to convert the hall into a 3 bedroom part new build part conversion house with open plan kitchen/dining room/lounge area 0.63 acres OFFERS OVER £80,325
Possible option of more land locally, excellent equestrian trails etc
NOW UNDER OFFER
ALL PLOTS WILL BE FULLY SERVICED
LOCATION/SITUATION/RESTRICTION OF DEVELOPMENT
Pathgreen farmhouse and steading is in a really beautiful quiet rural location set in an area of rolling hills and valleys 12 miles south west of Perth and 6 miles from Strathallan School. The project has been designed by award winning Architects, Simpson Brown. The four new house plots for sale, when developed and added to the five existing houses will create a hamlet of nine houses with a very quiet unclassified pubic road running past them. There will be two houses on the south side of the road eventually. The design is sympathetic to the existing building form, with the aim of retaining the traditional steading aesthetic but also creating modern residential dwellings. The original features will be conserved whilst ensuring open, contemporary living spaces through the use of a combination of traditional stone and modern materials.
The houses will all have a lovely rural outlook with the lot 3 newbuild house having the best outlook with great views to the south, west and north.
The owners of the property for sale have made the unusual decision to dispense with two of the house plots which were consented by the planners so as to make the sale of the farmhouse and four house plots easier. This will provide much more space and better views for the remaining units. There is an existing consent for a newbuild house and a conversion house on the site being sold as LOT 2 and planning consent for the sale of two newbuild houses on the site of LOT 3.
The property will likely be sold for only five houses rather than seven unless there is demand for all seven. The likelihood is that missives will be concluded for the sale of the advertised five house plots restricting the future development for more than five houses. There is a proposal to potentially have wind turbine/s for the house owners to benefit from.
The sellers will serve the house plots with a private water supply and mains electricity. The purchasers will have to install septic tanks at their cost.
Some of the land in plots 1 4 and to the east of plot 1 is known as common land. The selling agents are trying to secure more information on this.
There may be some additional land available nearby through the selling agents
DEED OF CONDITIONS
The sellers agents will draw up a deed of conditions providing all of the necessary wayleaves and servitudes for all of the plot purchasers in connection with right of access, services provision, soakaways from septic tanks etc. Maintenance of the access roads and septic tank overflows will be maintained on a user basis. There is a right of access for Scottish Water up the east side of the farmhouse and round the north side of the farmhouse and round the north side of the lots. There is a right of access for the neighbouring farmer.
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