Anniston is set in a peaceful, rural situation to the south of the village of Inverkeilor in an attractive part of the Angus coast between Arbroath and Montrose. The county of Angus has a great deal to offer with …
Anniston is set in a peaceful, rural situation to the south of the village of Inverkeilor in an attractive part of the Angus coast between Arbroath and Montrose. The county of Angus has a great deal to offer with numerous opportunities for hillwalking and cycling. Stalking, fishing and shooting can all be taken locally and there are sailing clubs in both Montrose and Arbroath. The impressive sands of Lunan Bay are a 10 minute drive to the east. The area is home to a wide variety of wildlife with the nearby Montrose Basin being home to over 80,000 migratory birds including pink footed geese, artic terns, knots and sedge warblers. There are numerous golf courses nearby at Arbroath, Brechin and Montrose with the Championship Course at Carnoustie a 20 minute drive away.
The towns of Arbroath and Montrose offer a wealth of amenities including shops, hotels, restaurants, medical centres, primary and secondary schooling as well as a wide range of leisure facilities. The City of Dundee can be accessed in about 30 minutes by car and provides a wide range of big city amenities including cinemas, railway and bus stations with Dundee Airport having regular flights to London. Aberdeen can be reached in just under an hour by car and is home to a wide array of big City amenities including an International Airport.
Angus is renowned for its quality agricultural land and benefits from an active Machinery Ring and a livestock market at Forfar which is a 30 minute drive to the west.
Anniston at one time was a productive brick and tile works until the 1960s and since then has been run as a smallholding. Anniston is an impressive blend of amenity land rich in wildlife with productive paddocks and existing home and former house offering development potential subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permissions. The property lends itself to further development and regeneration by both live style and agricultural purchasers.
LOT 3 – FORMER BRICKWORKS SITE
Sitting centrally to Anniston is the location of the former brickworks now comprising an area of scrubland with hardstandings. This area is benefits from an industrial licence within the title offering purchasers an opportunity to erect light industrial buildings subject to obtaining Planning if so required. There is a small brick store which offers general storage. The site is inter-dispersed by an array of amenity woodland and 2 ponds providing a haven for wildlife with an impressive biodiversity. There is an enclosed field extending to 8.78 acres (3.55 acres) which has been utilised as productive grazing land but may suit arable cropping.
From Arbroath, head north on the A92 following the road for approximately 3 ½ miles and Anniston is located on your right hand side.
From Montrose, heading south on the A92 passing through the village of Inverkeilor. Upon leaving Inverkeilor follow the road for approximately 1 mile and Anniston is located on your left-hand side.
Viewing is by appointment only and any enquiries or requests for further information should be directed through the Selling Agents, Galbraith.
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