This house site in Drumoak has a charming and peaceful countryside location with open views across the fields and is sheltered by mature trees. The site extends to around 0.38 of an acre, is bound by a charming dry stone …
This house site in Drumoak has a charming and peaceful countryside location with open views across the fields and is sheltered by mature trees. The site extends to around 0.38 of an acre, is bound by a charming dry stone dyke wall and is accessed from a quiet, private track road with no passing traffic. The site offers peace and seclusion, yet is only a 10 minute drive to both Banchory and Westhill. Planning in principle
was granted by Aberdeenshire Council on the 16th March 2020 for a detached 4 bedroom family home. The home would adjoin a garage, which can be created from the original granite stone cottage which remains on site.
The location of this site offers the perfect balance of a quiet countryside lifestyle, yet within easy reach of Aberdeen city centre and the AWPR, giving easy access to both North and South
Rarely does the opportunity arise to purchase a new house site in this picturesque location. Viewing of the site is highly recommended to fully appreciate the position and outlook.
The planning in principle can be viewed on the Aberdeenshire Council planning portal using reference APP/2020/0153 or by clicking the following link:
Mains water connections are located within the site and electricity close by
Greendams Cottage house site is located around 5 miles from the town of Banchory and is located in the attractive village of Drumoak. A short 10 minute drive takes you to Banchory, with a wealth of amenities including a health centre, shops, banks, post office, filling station, hotels and supermarkets. Equally Peterculter is only 4 miles towards Aberdeen City with good additional amenities. Regular bus services are available from Drumoak with links to Aberdeen and Banchory. Schooling is provided at Drumoak Primary School and secondary education is catered for at Banchory Academy. Private schools are also located within the city including Robert Gordon’s College, Albyn School, The International School and St Margaret’s School for Girls.Aberdeen is some 12 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.