Planning consent (Reference: 21/02246/FUL) has been obtained to erect two, detached, 3 bedroom houses on site, each with a detached double garage. The submitted plans are for two 1.5 storey dwellings each with a kitchen/dining room, sitting room, study, …
Planning consent (Reference: 21/02246/FUL) has been obtained to erect two, detached, 3 bedroom houses on site, each with a detached double garage. The submitted plans are for two 1.5 storey dwellings each with a kitchen/dining room, sitting room, study, boot room, 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite) 1 shower room and 1 bathroom. The whole site extends to about 0.6 acres (0.24 hectares) or thereby and is for sale as a whole or in two separate lots.
Water is available on site. Mains electricity and BT are located nearby. Neccessary rights over the land to access these services will be granted by the landowner. The purchaser must satisfy themselves as to the availability and quality of all services. Foul drainage will be to a private facility which will need to satisfy all necessary statutory requirements.
The plots are accessed over a private track over which they will have a right of access. There is no direct access to the A96 from the plots.
The seller would like the developed properties to be as per planning permission or if adjusted to be a design consistent with the planning permission.
RIGHT OF PRE-EMPTION
The seller will have a right of pre-emption over the plots.
There will be a foul drainage wayleave under the garden of Lot 2 about 8m from the road edge to allow a right of access to a foul drainage pipe for a third party property.
Around 4 miles from Inverness Airport and 5.8 miles from Inverness city, Plots at Newton of Petty enjoys an easily accessible rural setting within very easy reach of the A96 and commuting distance to Inverness. Primary schooling is close by at Ardersier Primary whilst secondary schooling is at Culloden Academy for which there is a school bus service.
Inverness is a thriving modern city offering a wide range of amenities and excellent restaurants, shops and sporting facilities. The mix of old and new has allowed the city to retain much of its historic dignity and strong Highland culture which blend well with modern theatre and the arts. The surrounding countryside is unspoilt and varied from the beaches and harbours to woodland and dramatic mountain ranges. There is also an abundance of native wildlife, which together, all enhance the natural beauty of the area. The city has good communications by both road and rail, and the airport offers regular flights to the south and Europe.