The plot extends to around 800m2 and lies between the Village Hall and Carsluith Burn. Outline planning consent for the erection of a single dwelling house was obtained in December 2019. The plot is currently un-serviced, however services are …
The plot extends to around 800m2 and lies between the Village Hall and Carsluith Burn. Outline planning consent for the erection of a single dwelling house was obtained in December 2019. The plot is currently un-serviced, however services are available nearby for connection including public drainage and public water supply.
Details are available on the planning portal of Dumfries & Galloway Council, ref 19/1541/PIP
From the A75 east or west bound, take the turning signed Carsluith. Follow the road into the village. The plot is situated immediately between the village hall and the bridge, and is currently bounded to the front by a dry stone wall.
Carsluith village is a small settlement between Creetown and Newton Stewart, and sits just across the A75 from Wigtown Bay. It has a smokehouse, which also has a café. Creetown, two miles away, has a shop and primary school. Supermarkets, schools, a range of shops and other amenities are available in the nearby town of Newton Stewart. The area is well known for outdoor pursuits and sports, with Kirroughtree Forest a few miles west, part of the Seven Stanes range of mountain biking trails. Fishing, shooting, golf and equestrian facilities are all readily available throughout the area.
Trains to Ayr and Glasgow are available at Stranraer, about 30 miles west, with ferries to Northern Ireland at nearby Cairnryan. Trains also run from the regional centre of Dumfries 30 miles to the east. Domestic and international flights are available at Prestwick Airport, 60 miles north, and Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, 92 and 122 miles respectively. Motorway links and trains are available at Lockerbie, 52 miles east, and Kilmarnock, 71 miles north.