£135,000 Offers over
A development site of circa 0.5 acres with outline planning consent recently approved in January 2017 in principle for nine terraced homes.
This residential development is located within the Strutherhill district of the town and plans have been passed for three bedroomed homes ranging in size from 832 sq ft to 1002 sq ft. Resale values for the proposed houses are expected to be in the region of £100,000 dependant on the internal finishings. This small community of terraced villas was granted permission in January 2017.
The development land is located to the east of Scotia Crescent which neighbours terraced houses and a convenience store.
Larkhall is a popular commuter village on the outskirts of Hamilton. The area has excellent schooling, shopping facilities and sports amenities including golf courses, swimming baths, country parks, gym facilities and football parks. The main street has several pubs, bistros and restaurants, and a wide variety of shops. The nearest town is Hamilton, which has a wide variety of restaurants, bistros and pubs. For those commuting by public transport there are regular bus and train links to the surrounding towns including East Kilbride, Motherwell, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The nearby M74 motorway provides excellent road links throughout the west of Scotland.
A development site of circa 0.5 acres with outline planning consent approved in principle for nine terraced homes.
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