The plot sits on the northern periphery of Perthshire within the Cairngorm National Park. The plot is nestled within the central Highlands bund by breathtaking highland scenery whilst remaining in an accessible location. To the North of Dalwhinnie and …
The plot sits on the northern periphery of Perthshire within the Cairngorm National Park. The plot is nestled within the central Highlands bund by breathtaking highland scenery whilst remaining in an accessible location. To the North of Dalwhinnie and south of Laggan. To the north, Newtonmore can be accessedin approximately 15 minutes and offers a good range of day to day facilities including independent retailers, restaurants and a number of local attractions. The renowned House of Bruar can be reached in about half an hour by car. Dalwhinnie can be accessed in approximately 10 minutes by car and is home to a mainline railway station as well as the famous Dalwhinnie Distillery.
The cities of Perth and Inverness can both be accessed in approximately an hour by car and provide a wide array of city amenities including supermarkets, leisure centres, railway and bus stations. Inverness is also home to an airport which offers a range of international flights.
This particular part of Scotland has a great deal to offer with a wealth of recreational activities on the doorstep. The surrounding hills, glens and lochs provide interesting walks and cycling opportunities.
Fishing, shooting and stalking can all be taken
locally and there are golf courses at Nearby Newtonmore andKingussie.
The subjects comprise an attractive residential plot benefitting from detailed planning permission to create a 3 or 4 bedroom home. The current plans provide for a spacious family home over two floors with a detached garage and good sized garden
grounds. At present there is a traditional stone barn with a tin roof. Should it be required, there may be additional land available by separate negotiation.
Full detailed planning permission was granted on 7th November 2019 under planning reference 19/03/654/FUL. This can be accessed via Highland Council’s planning portal. Copies of the planning consent are available in the technical information pack.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION PACK
A technical information pack containing copies of planning consents and associated plans are available upon request from the selling agent.
We understand electricity is located within close proximity.
Water would be provided via a borehole.
Our clients are seeking offers over £90,000. A closing date may be set for this property. Our clients are not bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer.
Any intending purchaser must satisfy themselves as to the instance of VAT in any transaction.
Viewing is by appointment only. Any enquiries or requests for further information should be directed through the selling agents. Galbraith, Lynedoch House, Barossa Place, Perth, PH1 5EP Telephone: 01738 451 111 Fax: 01738 451 900.
From Perth take the A9 north exiting onto the A889 signposted Dalwhinnie/Laggan, passing through Dalwhinnie continuing on the A889. Follow the road for approximately 5.5 miles, the road then bears left at a telephone box and the plot is immediately on
From Inverness take the A9 South, exiting signposted Glentruim/Laggan. Follow the road for approximately 4 miles with the plot being located on your right hand side immediately after the T junction.
Gillespie MacAndrew, Broxden House, Lamberkine Drive, Perth PH1 1RA