Commercial property for sale
Burrelton, Perth, Perthshire
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4 landscaped plots with ground cleared and prepared, connections to water, drainage, electricity and telecoms on each plot.
Stone dyke entrance, mature trees, beech
hedging (to be planted in the autumn), top soil provided with each site, houses designed by award winning architects James Denholm Partnership.
3 paddocks, peaceful rural and accessible situation, magnificent views to the Perthshire and Angus hills, ideal for commuting to
Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh.
Ideal opportunities for self builders.
The plots at Whitelea offer buyers the chance to build an outstanding property in a scenic and sought after Perthshire location. They are located off a quiet country road and each has
been cleared, prepared and made ready for development, with services available for connection. Overhead cables along the
roadside will be removed and a beautifully crafted stone dyke frames the entrance. A tree management programme has also been implemented to highlight new and mature trees.
Each plot comes with detailed planning permission for a 4-bedroom house designed by James Denholm Partnership, an award winning Perthshire based firm of architects who
specialise in designing contemporary homes with traditional values, which sit comfortably in a rural setting. The accommodation in each house has been carefully thought out using the additional vision and experience of Braemore Estates and Adams & Adams interior designers.
The proposed houses will have natural slate roofs, and rendered walls. The internal layouts will include open plan living / dining kitchens and large drawing rooms with stunning views
across the local countryside. The homes will be bright and spacious and ideally suited for family life. Each property will have space for a generous garden and a double garage.
Subject to obtaining the relevant permission, the designs and layouts of the houses may be altered to suit a buyer’s specific requirements.
Viewing strictly by appointment with Strutt & Parker LLP.
Local Authority: Perth & Kinross Council, Council Buildings, 2 High Street, Perth PH1 5PH, Tel: 01738 475 000.
Solicitor: Michael Anderson, Shield & Kyd, 15 Rutland Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2AN Tel 0131 228 2381 Fax 0131 229 2710
Planning: Permission Planning consent was granted on 5 December 2007 (Application no 07/2045/Ful) by Perth & Kinross Council. A copy of the planning permission can be obtained from Strutt & Parker. Any specific queries in respect to planning should be addressed to Perth & Kinross Council at the above address.
Deed of Conditions: Each plot will be sold with a Deed of Conditions, a copy of which can be obtained from Strutt & Parker.
Services: Mains water, electricity and telecoms, Klargester biodisc sewage treatment plant ready for connection.
Offers: Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling agents Strutt & Parker, 28 Melville Street, Edinburgh EH3 7HA. A closing date for offers will probably be fixed and
prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents in order to be kept fully informed of any closing date that may be fixed.
Overseas Purchasers: Any offer by a purchaser(s) who is resident out with the United Kingdom must be accompanied by a guarantee from a bank that is acceptable to the seller.
The site at Whitelea will transform, upon completion, into a hamlet of four traditionally styled properties surrounded by rolling Perthshire farmland. There are superb views to the south towards the Sidlaw hills, and over open farmland to the north and west.
Notwithstanding its peaceful rural location, the site enjoys a highly accessible location being about 11.5 miles from Perth, and about 18 miles from Dundee. Trains, including sleeper trains, run from Perth and Dundee to Edinburgh, Glasgow and the south and there are daily flights from Dundee to London CIty Airport. Edinburgh International Airport is only about 50 miles away.
The plots at Whitelea are just off a quiet country road about a mile from Burrelton, which is a small village on the A94 between Perth and Coupar Angus. Burrelton has a vibrant local community with village hall, a newsagent, a butcher, a local pub, a parish church and a primary school.
Coupar Angus and Blairgowrie are both within 10 miles of Whitelea. Blairgowrie has a particularly good range of local shops and professional services, including cafes, restaurants, hotels, banks, antique shops, galleries and a large supermarket. Perth and Dundee both provide a more comprehensive range of services and high street shops.
Perthshire is renowned for its scenic countryside and opportunities for outdoor activities. Pheasant and grouse shooting are widely available locally, and salmon and sea
trout fishing is available on the River Tay, River Ericht and River Isla. Trout fishing is popular on a number of local lochs including Loch Shandra, and the reservoirs at Lintrathen and
Backwater. The fertile farmland of the Carse of Gowrie and the Firth of Tay are a few miles to the south while the Angus Glens, the Cairngorms as well as Braemar and Royal Deeside are within an easy drive, providing opportunities for walking, climbing, mountain biking and skiing. National Hunt racing and polo are both available at the nearby racecourse at
Scone. Both Glamis Castle and Scone Palace, two of Scotland’s most important castles, are local to the area.
Good local secondary education is available in Blairgowrie and in Perth, with private education at Craigclowan, Kilgraston, Strathallan, Glenalmond College and Dundee High School.
3 paddocks are available for sale either as a whole or individually making the houses ideal for buyers with a small amount of livestock. They are good level arable land and are fenced, and served with water. A track provides vehicular
access directly to each paddock. Further residential development is not permitted on these paddocks.
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