£100,000 Offers Over
Large Plot in a peaceful rural location
· Offering views over open countryside towards the Moray Firth
Offers Over £100,000
We offer for sale this extensive plot, which is situated in a peaceful rural location on the outskirts of the hamlet of Drybridge. The plot is placed only a short drive from the coastal town of Buckie, where shops, supermarkets, schools and recreational facilities can be found and is within commuting distance of Keith, Banff and Elgin. The site has been cleared by the seller with a hardcore road installed giving access from the road to the site (this will be tarred by the seller and is to be shared by 3 properties). Plot 1 extends to approximately 2509 square metres (0.62 acres) and boasts beautiful views over the surrounding countryside towards the Moray Firth coastline. Planning permission was granted for the erection of an architect designed 4 bedroom 1 3/4 storey detached dwelling with double garage under Moray Council Reference 09/01922. The plans are available for inspection at our Buckie Property Shop.
The owners are a firm of builders/developers and can provide architectural services and a part or full build service if required.
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