The plot enjoys an excellent rural, yet accessible, location in a scenic part of the Scottish Borders. Belses is centrally located within the Borders and is within easy reach of the A68 - which provides good vehicular access both …
The plot enjoys an excellent rural, yet accessible, location in a scenic part of the Scottish Borders. Belses is centrally located within the Borders and is within easy reach of the A68 - which provides good vehicular access both north to Edinburgh and south to the northeast of England. The Borders railway with its regular service to Edinburgh is within 20 minutes drive of Belses.
Local amenities (including primary schools, inns and churches) are available in each of Ancrum and Lilliesleaf. Ancrum also has a village shop. A wider range of amenities is available in both Jedburgh and St Boswells.
This is a good sized residential plot (about 1 acre/0.4ha) and any dwelling built on the plot should enjoy fine outlooks. Access to the plot will be from the B6400.
Our clients had planned to build a “Dan-Wood” bungalow on the plot and that is what the planning consent is for. We can provide further information on the property if desired and the local “Dan-Wood” agent is Dave Armstrong, 1 Wilderhaugh, Galashiels, TD1 1QJ (TeL 01896 752271).
The planning reference is 20/00486/FUL. A topographic survey of the plot has been completed and an engineer has undertaken a walkover survey, ground assessment and soakaway testing
Mains water and electricity are available nearby. Drainage will require to be to a septic tank.
Scottish Borders Council, Council Headquarters, Newtown St Boswells, TD6 0SA. Tel: 01835 824000
Scottish Borders Council Roads Department, Council Headquarters, Newtown St Boswells, TD6 0SA. Tel: 01835 824000.
Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA),
Burnbrae, Mossilee Road, Galashiels, TD1 1NF Tel: 01896 754797.
Scottish Power: Riccarton Mains Road, Currie, Edinburgh, EH14
From Ancrum take the B6400 Lilliesleaf road and the plot lies on your left about 4 miles from Ancrum, shortly after two minor roads to the left and opposite a modern house (Braefield) on the right. Old Belses Cottage and Strathmyre lie at the southeast end of the plot.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.