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The subjects lie a short distance to the south east of the village of Strathmiglo. Strathmiglo offers a range of local amenities including a primary school, post office and local shops. Kinross approximately 9 miles to the south west ...
The subjects lie a short distance to the south east of the village of Strathmiglo. Strathmiglo offers a range of local amenities including a primary school, post office and local shops. Kinross approximately 9 miles to the south west provides a wider range of services, including supermarkets, secondary schooling, local and national retailers, banks, restaurants and medical services. Perth, approximately 15 miles, provides all the services expected of a major centre including concert hall, cinema, mainline train station with regular services to Inverness and the Central Belt. There is also a rail service from nearby Ladybank with regular connections to Edinburgh.
This part of Fife provides a wide range of countryside activities. Fishing and other country sports are available locally and there is a wide range of golf courses in the area. For the hill walker there are a number of enjoyable walks in the nearby Lomond Hills. St Andrews, with its historic town, renowned golf courses and beaches, is just over 30 minutes to the east.
The subjects comprise a residential development site extending to approximately 3.26 acres and lies just a short distance to the south east of Strathmiglo in an attractive rural location. The subjects benefit from direct access on to the A912 public road. The site formerly housed poultry sheds which have subsequently been removed from site. The site currently comprises a large area of concrete hard standing. The subjects are bound to the south, east and west by agricultural land and to the north by the public road. The subjects benefit from outline planning consent 5 residential units on the footprint of the former buildings.
Planning permission in principle for the erection of five dwellinghouses was granted on site by Fife Council on the 14th May 2014 under application reference 14/01095/PPP.