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Residential Building Plot

Edgar Road, Westruther, Gordon, Scottish Borders, TD3 6ND

Guide Price £100,000


  • Residential building plot

  • Commute of Edinburgh

  • 3 Phase Electricity

  • About 1.62 acres

This residential building plot has an attractive location on the northern edge of Westruther, at the junction of Edgar Road and the minor public road which runs north from the village before cutting west and eventually heading back to the ...

This residential building plot has an attractive location on the northern edge of Westruther, at the junction of Edgar Road and the minor public road which runs north from the village before cutting west and eventually heading back to the A897 via Pyatshaw. The existing building, which would be demolished, has a southerly aspect to the front.

Westruther is a picturesque Berwickshire village in a fine rural location and with a good range of local amenities including a primary school, church, village hall and popular inn (the Old Thistle Inn). A wider range of amenities is found in each of Greenlaw, Lauder and Duns and secondary schooling is at the highly regarded Earlston High School. Westruther has good road links with the main Borders towns and is within commuting distance of Edinburgh.


This is an attractive residential building plot which currently has a stone and slate building on it. The building is understood to have been a terrace of three cottages in the past and planning permission in principle to demolish the existing building and construct a new dwelling has been applied for. This planning application has been recommended for approval.

The plot extends to approximately 0.22 acres and a nearby paddock extending to approximately 1.4 acres is available by separate negotiaton

3 Phase Electricity supply available in existing building. Water and drainage nearby.

PLANNING
The vendor has applied for planning permission in principle to demolish the existing building and create a single new dwelling.

The planning reference is 14/01324/PPP and the application has been recommended for approval.

We understand that a developers contribution of around £7,000 will be payable to Scottish Borders Council.