Located on the Brucklay Estate, just outside Maud, this is a superb house site with a quiet, rural location and open southerly aspect. The site is particularly large, around 0.40 of an acre, and there is an adjoining …
Located on the Brucklay Estate, just outside Maud, this is a superb house site with a quiet, rural location and open southerly aspect. The site is particularly large, around 0.40 of an acre, and there is an adjoining area of charming woodland. In total the boundary extends to around 1.82 acres allowing any potential buyer to create their own beautiful home with space and the natural countryside around them.
Planning permission was granted by Aberdeenshire Council on the 19th June 2015 for a dwelling house under reference APP/2015/0343, and duly extended in 2018 under reference APP/2018/1057. All planning documents can be viewed on the council planning website or by clicking the link https://upa.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=P8GTQ7CAL7T00
As part of the “Covid Emergency Legislation 22nd March 2021”, that planning is automatically extended until 31st March 2022 on plots 1 & 2.
Water - Mains connection located close by
Drainage - Septic tank recommended
Electricity - Connection very close by
Access is via a shared private road for which there will be mutual responsibility to maintain.
It’s the responsibility of interested parties to investigate the availability and cost of utility services to the site themselves and capacities thereof.
The village of Maud is in the heart of the Buchan countryside. The village offers a range of local shops and amenities which includes hairdressers, health centre with gym facilities, coffee shop and garage. There are bus services to Peterhead and Aberdeen, and nearby is Mintlaw with the renowned Aden Country Park with its scenic woodland walks, heritage centre and restaurant. Schooling is provided in the village by Maud Primary School and secondary education is provided at Mintlaw Academy. Aberdeen is some 31 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.