£60,000 Offers over
We are delighted to bring to the market this development site situated within a quiet residential area close to Crieff town centre. The town offers a wide range of shops and visitor attractions including Crieff Visitor Centre and Glenturret Distilery. Crieff is positioned on the edge of the Scottish Highlands therefore the beautiful countryside can be found not far away from the town centre. There are primary and secondary schools within the town including the reputable Morrisons Academy and public transport is regular and close to hand.
The plot extends to approximately 0.3 of an acre or thereby and affords excellent views to the rear towards the surrounding countryside and has full planning consent for the erection of four one bedroom flats. The site is clear of buildings and the land slops gently away from the public road with some of the base level from the previous demolished buildings still visible at the southern end of the site. The site fronts directly on the pavement on Millar Street and sits within a gap site between stone built residential properties. The proposal (application No. 15/01661/FLL granted on November 2015) is to erect a full two story building which is in similar design and form to the previous demolished building. The proposed building is to be detached entirely from the neighbouring properties and is within a conservation area in Crieff. There may be scope to propose alternative accommodation, however purchasers will have to make their own inquiries and obtain the necessary planning consents and approvals.
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