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Plot at Howe of Easter Melrose,

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• Planning Permission Required
• Previous Outline Planning Permission
• For the Erection of a Dwelling House
• Rural Location
• Approx. 0.39 of an acre

This potential building plot is situated in a rural location extending to approximately 0.39 of an acre.  Planning Permission has expired. Interested parties will need to investigate re-applying for local authority permissions.

Details of the expired Outline Planning Permission and the Conditions can be viewed by logging on to Aberdeenshire Council Planning Department, the reference you will require is APP/2016/2988.

The owners have advised us that the Plot size is approximately 0.39 of an acre.

The owners have informed us that a private water and electricity are both close by, for connection at the expense of the Purchaser. Drainage will have to be via a septic tank however, the Purchaser will have to install.

Council Tax
To be assessed.

By arrangement

Contact our Banff Office – 01261 818883


All offers should be submitted in writing to our Banff Office

Gamrie is situated near to the coastal village of Gardenstown where there is a local Primary School. The coastal towns of Macduff and Banff (with secondary schooling) lie to the West and Turriff towards the South with New Pitsligo and Fraserburgh being situated towards the East. These towns provide shopping, leisure and recreational facilities. Aberdeen is approximately 45 miles away where there is an East Coast mainline railway station and also Aberdeen Airport.


Address: Plot at Howe of Easter Melrose
Postcode: AB45 3EQ
Country: United Kingdom
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Property Id : 20907
Energy index: 0.39 acre kWh/m²a
Detail: Planning Permission Required
Detail: Previous Outline Planning Permission
Detail: For the Erection of a Dwelling House
Detail: Rural Location
Detail: Approx. 0.39 of an acre
Garages: 0
Floors No: n/a

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