Mill of Kincardine is an attractive development opportunity with three generous sites. Of the three sites, two have permission for the erection of new houses and the third site for the redevelopment of an impressive traditional steading. Each plot is …
Mill of Kincardine is an attractive development opportunity with three generous sites. Of the three sites, two have permission for the erection of new houses and the third site for the redevelopment of an impressive traditional steading. Each plot is self-contained with private parking and garden ground.
A total area of 1350sqm, with planning permission in principle, for the erection of a four bedroom dwelling house including change of use from agricultural land to garden ground. Planning Permission Reference APP/2017/2528 granted by Aberdeenshire Council.
Site 2 is sold.
An opportunity to develop an impressive traditional steading into a dwelling within a plot measuring approx. 2571sqm, or 0.63 of an acre. Detailed planning permission has been granted by Aberdeenshire Council under Planning Permission Reference APP/2014/2263 for the creation of two semi-detached dwellings, however we believe the site and steading lends themselves well for conversion into one large dwelling, subject to the necessary planning permission.
Telephone, mains water and electricity connections are close by and drainage is to be in the form of individual septic tanks and soakaways.
It’s the responsibility of interested parties to investigate the availability and cost of utility services to the individual site and capacities thereof. We understand there is mains water and electricity in the near vicinity.
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Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents. Viewing appointments will be arranged subject to Government legislation regarding COVID-19 and social distancing measures will be adhered to at all times.
The steading building is a redundant agricultural building. Should interested parties attend the site and enter the steading unaccompanied and/or without prior appointment then they do so at their own risk and safety precautions should be taken.
Sat at the foot of the Cairn O’ Mount, the high Mountain pass across to Banchory in Royal Deeside, the Mill of Kincardine developments have a charming location a few miles from the desirable village of Fettercairn. Laurencekirk is also only 6 miles away and offers local village amenities together with a regular railway service to the North & South. Local primary and secondary schooling at Mearns Academy are in Laurencekirk. The location allows for excellent links to the north and south via the A90 dual carriageway, lying a couple of miles away.