Sitting in a charming and secluded rural setting, Scotshill extends to about 11.1 ha / 27.5 acres in total and includes some excellent grazing land (about 21.7 acres) enclosed within a single field enclosure and about 5.8 acres or thereby of scrubland and amenity woodland.. Currently down to grass, the grazing land has been classified as grade 4(1) by the James Hutton Institute and much of this will be capable of arable cropping. Sitting within the field are the remains of a former bothy and steading. These former stone buildings offer considerable scope for development subject to obtaining all necessary consents. The site would lend itself well for the creation of a detached house and garden surrounded by some excellent grazing land, ideal for those with equestrian or other livestock interests. Sitting at a height of about 160m above sea level, the land has a relatively gentle south easterly gradient and enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.
The site at Scotshill does not have planning consent. We would advise that buyers make their own enquiries in this regard, either directly with Moray Council or through a Planning Consultant.