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Site at Shevado, Brucklay Estate,

Offers Over £ 98,000

GENERAL
This plot received planning permission in principle on 19th June 2015 under reference number 2015/0343. Interested parties can view details of the planning permission and related documentation from the Council’s website www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk under the said reference number.

The woodland area included in the sale extends to approx 1.44 acre. The extent of the whole subjects of sale is shown on the plan forming part of these particulars.

Access will be over a mutually maintained private access road. Sewerage will be to a septic tank and soakaway and it is envisaged that a mains water supply would be available to take to the site.

LOCATION
The plot enjoys a quiet location on Brucklay Estate just outside the village of Maud and has pleasant southerly views towards the villages of Maud and New Deer. It is a truly rural but sheltered site offering a desirable situation for the buyer looking to build a substantial family home in pleasant surroundings. It is within a short distance of the villages of Maud and New Deer and within easy commuting distance of Ellon, Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Turriff. Aberdeen lies approximately 35 miles to the south.

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By arrangement

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Call at site or contact our Mintlaw office – 01771 622338

Email
Email: mintlaw.property@stewartwatson.co.uk

Offers
All offers should be submitted in writing to our Mintlaw office

Reference – HAB

 

Address: Site at Shevado, Brucklay Estate
Location:
Area:
Postcode: AB42 4QN
Country: United Kingdom
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Property Id : 27198
Price: Offers Over £ 98,000
Detail: Large plot approx. 1.88 acre
Detail: Additional woodland area included
Detail: Pleasant rural estate location
Detail: Open views to south
Detail: Private access road
Garages: 0
Floors No: n/a

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