£550,000 Offers over
Residential Development :
Unique opportunity to acquire this fabulous development site with full detailed planning permission for 4 detached, architect designed residential properties.
Ideally, this will be sold as one development opportunity, however offers may be considered on individual plots.
Plot 1 : 1084m2
Plot 2 : 1105m2
Plot 3 : 989m2
Plot 4 : 1420m2
This exclusive development is set in a stunning location to the south east of the picturesque town of Pitlochry, gateway to the great outdoors, and provides amazing unspoilt views over the local countryside. The site is situated close to Edradour Distillery, one of the smallest traditional distillery in Scotland, dating back to 1825.
Local amenities such as schools, Banks, doctors surgery, dentist, cottage hospital, local shops and supermarket are all ideally situated in Pitlochry itself. The area is also home to numerous outdoor activities with something for everyone.The plots are just a few miles drive to the A9 providing commuter links north to Inverness and south to Perth and beyond. There is also a local train station offering links to Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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