CLOSING DATE SET FOR TUESDAY 31ST MAY @ 12NOON
APPROX. 2489 SQU. METRES WITH OUTLINE PLANNING CONSENT FOR ONE DWELLING HOUSE.
Peaceful plot ideally situated within the highly-sought after town of Bridge of Earn, providing easy access to local amenities and commuting.
This highly desirable substantial plot offers a fine opportunity to purchase a very generous sized Building Plot of approximately 2489 sq. metres, some 0.61 acres which enjoys a prime location and walking distance to Kilgraston School, in the thriving village of Bridge of Earn.
The plot itself is fully enclosed with mature boundary hedging, offering privacy and seclusion. There is outline planning permission in principle for the Erection of a single dwellinghouse. The planning application can be viewed online via the Perth & Kinross website: https://www.pkc.gov.uk/publicaccess and the application reference is: 22/00360/IPL
The village itself is well-served for amenities, including a post office, dentists' surgery, small supermarket, a good choice of pubs and restaurants, together with established tennis and bowling clubs. The M90 is also close by, providing easy commuting to Perth City some 4 miles away and Dundee some 22 miles away and all major cities and airports in the central belt and north.
To our understanding, services are available close by.
From Perth head south on the Edinburgh Road towards Glenearn Road. At the roundabout take the 3rd Exit and stay on the Edinburgh Road and travel through the centre of Bridge of Earn and take the next turning right into Heughfield Road. Proceed along and the plot can be found on the left-hand side clearly marked with our For Sale sign.
To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.
McCash & Hunter Ref: AD/EA/PLOTBOE
PSPC Area: Bridge of Earn.
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McCash & Hunter is the trading name of McCash & Hunter LLP, a limited liability partnership. Registered in Scotland No. S0301703. Registered Office: 25 South Methven Street, Perth, PH1 5ES
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