CKD Galbraith markets a range of agricultural and residential plots in some of Scotland's most sought after hot-spots
Plots of land for residential or agricultural use are increasingly in demand and CKD Galbraith, Scotland's leading property consultancy, is marketing a range of plots and land in hot spot property areas.
Duncan Barrie of CKD Galbraith, said: "Demand remains high throughout the country for generous sized plots of land for agricultural use, development sites and self-build projects. We are currently marketing a number of blocks of land which are located in well-sought after areas.
"From an agricultural point of view good quality soil and access to main road system and are key qualities buyers look for. However plots which may have scope for residential use in the longer term benefit from an attractive outlook over the surrounding countryside and are within a short distance to nearby towns and cities have received considerable interest of late.
"We have a number of blocks of land which will more than satisfy a range of buyers needs and we expect these to be competitive sales, likely to go to a closing date, so early expressions of interest are encouraged."
The firm is able to advise both first time and highly experienced developers on a range of services including: land sales and purchases, valuations, planning, legislation, design and project management.
Currently for sale through CKD Galbraith are a number of plots which would be ideal for agricultural use, including:
Land at Kingsfield is an excellently located block of Grade 2 arable land approximately two miles from Linlithgow. The land extends to around 48.01 acres (19.43 hectares) and is currently divided into a number of paddocks and let to a neighbour for equestrian grazing but does pose longer term development potential subject to the necessary consents. Offers over 340,000
Lands at Drumbauchly Farm include two productive blocks of arable land situated to the north of the small settlement of Methven, around 6.5 miles from the busy city of Perth. The land presents approximately 18.31 acres (7.41 hectares) available as a whole or in two separate lots, both scheduled as being principally Grade 3(1) and registered for IACS purposes. Offers over 145,000
Land at Bedlay Estate close to the settlement of Moodiesburn, with Glasgow a mere 9 miles away. The land is split into two parcels (available separately or as a whole) with a mixture of amenity woodland and grassland. Both parcels are mostly down to permanent pasture and are classed as Grade 3(1). Offers over 200,000
The firm are also marketing a number of zoned blocks of land with the potential to be developed into fantastic multiple residential sites set in picturesque Scottish countryside:
Orwell Glebe and Pitdownies is an outstanding residential site on the edge of the popular village of Milnathort within Perth and Kinross. The site extends to 12.9 acres (5.2 hectares) and zoned for in excess of 40 houses. The site occupies an elevated position enjoying views over the Milnathort, Loch Leven and the surrounding hills. This is an area with a rich scenic and cultural heritage with a range of local amenities and excellent access to the M90. POA
Former Piggery and Land, this development site at Dowrieburn has plenty of potential, with full planning consent for the conversion of a former piggery into 12 dwelling houses and associated business space and stable block. Property built here would benefit from the quiet rural setting and good connections to both Dundee (34 miles) and Aberdeen (28 miles). POA
Land at Aulton Road presents another fantastic development opportunity in Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire. Set over approximately 44.8 acres (18.13 hectares) the land is zoned for up to 200 houses in two phases, including 2 hectares of employment land and community play areas and green space. Cruden Bay is renowned for its famous beaches and a world class links golf course. POA
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