£100,000 Offers over
**CLOSING DATE SET FOR FRIDAY 13TH MAY 2016 AT 12 NOON**
We are delighted to bring to the market this rare and unique DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY on a prime corner position within the highly desirable location of Bankfoot.
The village is located approximately 8 miles North of Perth and 7 miles South of Dunkeld. There are many local amenities including a primary school, post office, inn, church, community centre, tennis club, bowling club and junior football team to name a few. Secondary schooling and further amenities can be found in the nearby City of Perth.
The development currently comprises of a derelict two bedroom cottage with byre and 2 barns adjacent. There is a further outbuilding and parking area to the front of the building and a sizeable garden, external brick store and timber garage to the rear.
Although there are no planning consents in place, the property offers excellent potential for development subject to obtaining the necessary planning approvals and consents.
There is mains water and drainage on site together with an electricity supply.
This development is sure to be popular given the size and potential of the development therefore early viewing and enquiries are highly recommended.
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