£120,000 Guide Price
These generous sized building plots are within the Drumguish locality and have rural views over the surrounding countryside to the Cairngorms and Glenfeshie Mountains in particular. If there are electricity pylons visible they are due to be removed and replaced with wooden poles which is currently progressing throughout the national park.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase rural building land in this wonderful part of the Highlands.
The details are as follows:-
Plot 1 - Approx. 0.6 Acre
Plot 2 - Approx. 0.6 Acre
Outline planning permission has been granted (December 2016). Planning consent documents are available on our website and also on Highland Councils website ref 16/00045/RBREF &16/00046/RBREF
The plots border the access road and services lie adjacent to the road.
We are expecting Offers Over £120,000 per plot.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Kingussie turn onto the B970 (opposite The Duke of Gordon) travel north (approx 3 miles) over the bridge with a tight corner then not far up the road look for the Drumguish signpost on the right hand side. Follow the road to the crossroads and turn right, the plots are 200 ish yards on the left.
Formal offers should be submitted to our office in Aviemore.
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