£300,000 Offers over
A fantastic development opportunity for builders to develop this 1.21 acre site.
Woodburn House is a charming traditional detached villa which has sadly fallen into disrepair however posses fantastic development opportunity to be restored as a house, split into flats or potentially demolished and modern houses or flats built within the site (subject to appropriate planning consent). Set at the end of a quiet tree lined Avenue, Woodburn House is conveniently placed within the original village of Blantyre and a short distance from the main street which caters for a variety of everyday shopping needs including a large Asda store. Blantyre is a town of rich heritage, history, and is famous for being the birth place of the explorer David Livingston. Blantyre provides a library, sports centre with gym and swimming pool and excellent primary and secondary schooling. The area has several parks, picturesque walks, pubs, bistro's and restaurants. For those commuting by car there is access to the East Kilbride Expressway which in turn links with the M74 motorway to Glasgow, Edinburgh and through the central belt. Blantyre railway station can be found at the end of Woodburn Avenue and links with Glasgow and the surrounding towns.
The grounds are private and extend to circa 1.21 acres creating great opportunities for developers or speculators alike. It is our understanding that a reasonable development would be looked upon favourably by the local council.
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