£55,000 Guide price
RARE OPPORTUNITY. Site Area; 0.12 Ha ( 0.30 Acre) approx. POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE with potential for 2 or 3 houses subject to relevant consents. SUPER SETTING IN UP MARKET KINGSEAT, NEWMACHAR. SUPERB LOCATION 0.30 ACRE SITE. The site comprises an area of ground with a right of access over the tarmac track from King Malcolm Drive. The ground is flat with new executive houses to the north and east &the former hospital administrative building to the south. Planning; The property is within a Conservation Area and planning permission was gained for the eight new houses to the north and east of the property. Aberdeenshire Councils web site ref APP/2014/1493. The old administrative block ADJACENT HAS planning permission for change of use to a Restaurant REF - APP/2008/2382. Aberdeenshire Council Planning Tel 0141 258 1123 . Aberdeen International Airport itself offers flights to a large number of destinations and is also only 7 miles away. The property is located in the much sought after commuter village of Kingseat, less than a mile east of the village of Newmachar and a little over ten miles north of Aberdeen. From the B979, which runs along the northern edge of the village, turn into King Malcolm Drive. After the junction with Malcolm Crescent, and just before the former hospital administrative building, the short tarmacked access road is on the left with the site directly ahead. UPMARKET AREA. Wherever youre heading, Newmachar is a great place to start from with good road, rail and air links all close by. For drivers, Dyce railway station is only 5 miles away and Aberdeen city centre with its rail and bus stations is 11 miles away.
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