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Site 2 & 1.28 Acres, New Aberdour

New Aberdour, Aberdeenshire, AB43 6NB

Guide Price £50,000


  • House site with planning

  • In around 2.08 acres

  • Beautiful countryside views

  • Flexible on available land

  • Small holding potential

  • Paddock of around 1.28 acres

A generous new house site of around 0.56 of an acre with planning for a detached family home. Includes around 1.28 acres of adjacent land as an excellent pony paddock.

HOUSE SITE 2 & LAND
An equally generous house site …

A generous new house site of around 0.56 of an acre with planning for a detached family home. Includes around 1.28 acres of adjacent land as an excellent pony paddock.

HOUSE SITE 2 & LAND
An equally generous house site of around 0.56 of an acre. Planning in principle was granted by Aberdeenshire Council on the 14th March 2019 for a detached family home. Situated directly to the South East side of the house is around 1.28 acres of land, which makes for a perfect pony paddock or for those simply looking for outdoor space.

Details of the planning permission are available on the Aberdeenshire Council planning portal website under the reference APP/2019/0068.
https://upa.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage

LAND
The seller is able to be flexible on the amount of
land available to each site, where possible. We
understand a majority of the land is classified
as Grade 3(2).

The seller will also consider selling each plot individually without land.

SERVICES
We understand mains water and electricity are
close by. All interested parties are advised to
investigate the availability of utility services to
the site themselves and capacities thereof.

SITUATION
The new house sites & land are situated just
south of the village of New Aberdour, which
is a small 19th century village. New Aberdour
is known for its scenic coastal beach walks
and beach as well as being the site of one of
the earliest churches in Scotland, founded in
580 AD. Schooling is provided at Rosehearty
Primary School and secondary education is
provided at Fraserburgh Academy, for which
school transport is provided. The neighbouring
town of Fraserburgh, 10 miles away, is well
known for its white fish port and busy
commercial harbour. The town boasts a range
of shops and services including a community
and sports centre, golf club, football club and
bowling alley. The town of Banff 25 miles to
the west provides retail outlets and attractions
including a gold course, a marina, and both a
football club and a rugby club. Salmon and Trout
fishing are also available on the river Deveron.
Aberdeen is some 40 miles and provides all the
leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities
expected from the oil capital of Europe. It also
provides good transport links with a mainline
railway station and is host to an airport
providing both domestic and international
flights.