£75,000 Fixed price
This small development offers the buyer an opportunity to build their own home in a beautiful rural location in the picturesque village of Pettinain.
This attractive development has been designed to enjoy the rolling country views which adjoin the site. Plot 4 at Kennels Cottage is one of 4 plots approximately 2000sq ft per house, sitting on a 1/3 acre of land at this site. Two of these plots are currently available. Detailed planning permission has been granted for two storey detached villas.
Pettinain is a small, rural village which is located east of Lanark. The village benefits from a scenic farmland and rural setting and is close proximity to the town centre of Lanark that includes rail and bus links to Glasgow city centre and also the village amenities Lanark has to offer, such as the weekly farmers market that provides a wide range of agricultural and fresh produce for sale. Lanark has well regarded schools for a range of dominations on offer and Hamilton College being the local Independent School on offer.
Comprising of only four plots, this small development offers the buyer an opportunity to build their own home in a beautiful rural location in the picturesque village of Pettinain.
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