£220,000 Offers over
********CHOICE OF TWO PLOTS ,CAN BE SOLD INDIVIDUALLY***************
Fabulous opportunity to build two bespoke detached villas within an especially impressive and sizeable plot of ground. Extending to approximately 2.75 acres, this substantial plot enjoys a splendid position on the outskirts of Law with panoramic views across the surrounding countryside.
Due to the size of plot this site may suit those with equestrian pursuits. Planning was secured in January 2017 for two substantial detached houses with a shared courtyard. Queries regarding the planning permission should be made through South Lanarkshire Council (Application No: CL/16/0445).
Located between Hamilton and Carluke, the village of Law enjoys a semi rural setting in the South Lanarkshire countryside. The village has a primary school, an inn and a selection of shops whilst the nearby town of Carluke offers a wider selection of amenities including secondary schooling, leisure centre, golf course and train station. The enviable position with the adjacent M74 motorway ensures speedy commute with rail connections at Carluke, Larkhall, Lanark and Hamilton providing regular service to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond.
All enquiries should be directed to Slater Hogg and Howison Hamilton on 01698 286221.
Extending to approximately 2.75 acres this substantial plot enjoys a splendid position on the outskirts of Law with panoramic views across the surrounding countryside.
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