£85,000 Guide Price
Auction – 26th February 2020
LOCATION: Helmsdale is a village on the east coast of Sutherland. It lies on the main A9 trunk road north and also benefits from a railway station. It is approx. 68 miles north of Inverness and 34 miles south of Wick. Originally formed during the Highland Clearances and once a thriving herring port, Helmsdale is enjoying a resurgence of visitors due to the popular North Coast 500 Route which runs through it on the A9. The plots are located in a well-established residential area to the east of the A9 within this attractive coastal village.
DIRECTIONS: Heading north on the A9 take the right turn into Rockview Place which is the last road on your right as you exit the village. Follow this round to your left and the Plots are on your left just after 4 semi-detached properties and close to the junction with Simpson Crescent.
DESCRIPTION: The property offered comprises two areas of ground with planning consent for 3 detached residential properties. This planning was granted along with the consent for the 4 semi-detached properties adjacent. The sites are fenced with timber post and sheep wire and currently covered with rough grass. A council owned access provides access to the two rear plots from Rockview Place and also runs between Plots 6 & 7. Mains water, electricity and mains drainage are all available to this site.
Plot 5 485 sq.m. (0.12 Acre) approx.
Plot 6 468 sq.m. (0.11 Acre) approx.
Plot 7 583 sq.m. (0.14 Acre) approx.
PLANNING: Planning Permission was obtained for 3 detached residential units on this ground as part of a larger planning application Ref 12/00444/FUL which was granted on 27th September 2012. The four semi-detached units have been completed. The details are available on Highland Council's website and interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council Planning Department on 01349 886608.
TENURE: Owner Vacant Possession.
VIEWING: By prior appointment with SVA Property Auctions Ltd – 0131 624 6640.
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