BUILDING PLOT AT WHITEHILL HOUSE, KNOCK, KEITH, AB55 6TH
Large Plot for Development
• Believed suitable for 2 Dwelling Houses
• Existing Derelict Buildings on Site
• Excellent Open Views
• Quiet Location
• Approx. 11 miles from Huntly, 8.5 miles from Keith
Offers over £90,000
TYPE OF PROPERTY
This extensive site, enjoys a peaceful country location in the Lee of Knock Hill, with excellent views over open countryside. The current owner has not applied for planning permission for the site, but believes that the site would be suitable for two dwelling houses, due to the size of the site and also due to the existence on it of two derelict properties. Interested parties should of course make their own enquiries with Moray Council, and the successful purchaser will acquire to apply for any planning permission that is needed.
A private water supply is available. Drainage of any dwelling houses to be erected would have to be private. Electricity supply is available nearby. Access is shared with the neighbouring properties.
Council Tax: To be fixed by Local Authority on Completion of the build.
Entry: By arrangement.
Viewing: Contact our Huntly office on (01466) 792331.
Offers: All offers should be submitted in writing to our Huntly office.
The property is located in the picturesque area of Knock which lies approximately 10 miles from Huntly and 12 miles from Keith which are larger towns provide the majority of local amenities and schooling. Huntly is a market town and commercial centre situated in the heart of West Aberdeenshire on the A96 approximately 37 miles from Aberdeen. From Huntly there are also rail and bus links to Aberdeen and Dyce Airport which is approximately 45 minutes drive. Huntly is the home of Clan Gordon and is renowned for Huntly Castle and the Gordon Schools. It has a range of sporting facilities, including shooting, fishing and Golf. Primary Schooling is available at Rothiemay Primary School and Secondary Schooling at either Huntly or Keith.
Keith is a thriving town situated between Inverness and Aberdeen and has a full range of local amenities, Primary and Secondary Schooling and railway station. It has a range of sporting facilities, including shooting, fishing and an attractive Golf Course. Keith is also a popular tourist town, with the Strathisla Distillery being one of the stops on the Whisky Trail.
The plot is located at the rear of Whitehill Farm. From the junction of the A95 and B9022 public roads at Glenbarry head south-west along the A95 in the direction of Keith. In less than a mile along the road, take the right turn at the sign for Sillyearn and Edingight. Go up and over the hill, and at the foot of the hill at the other side you will see Whitehill Farm and adjacent to this is a bungalow called Glenview. Immediately past the bungalow take the track on the right and continue on this road until you come to a road leading to Whitehill Church. The site is located just before the road leading to Whitehill Church.