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Kinloch Rannoch, Pitlochry, Perthshire

£95,000

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The plots are located in two sites, Bunrannoch which has 6 plots and Bunrannoch Gardens which has 3 plots.

Rare opportunity to purchase a total of 9 delightful plots, with detailed planning permission in place to build traditional, sustainable, detached family homes over two floors and with 4 bedrooms. The proposals allow for private off street parking, accessed via private driveways. Plots 3, 5 and 6 at Bunrannoch feature single integral garages and all 3 plots at Bunrannoch Gardens have double integral garages.

Both locations have spectacular views over the River Tummel, making them extremely desirable locations for residential living for permanent and holiday homes alike. The plots sit adjacent to the multi-arched bridge over the River Tummel, which dates back from 1764, and are located on land formally known as the Bunrannoch Hotel and garden site, the former of which was demolished following fire damage in 2003.

Bunrannoch
Detailed Planning Permission was approved by Perth & Kinross Council in March 2010, application reference 09/01588/FLL, July 2010, application reference 10/00800/FLL and September 2010, application reference 10/01332/FLL, for all of the respective plots. Planning applications are available to view through the Council's website. www.pkc.gov.uk

Plot 1 Area = 1849 sqm / 0.46 Acres
Plot 2 Area = 1213 sqm / 0.30 Acres
Plot 3 Area = 1466 sqm / 0.36 Acres
Plot 4 Area = 726 sqm / 0.18 Acres
Plot 5 Area = 510 sqm / 0.13 Acres
Plot 6 Area = 493 sqm / 0.12 Acres

(Please note that all dimensions are given as a guide only and are based on existing site survey information. Plot dimensions shown, indicate the total plot size and in plots 1 2 and 3 include area to centre line of River Tummel).

Bunrannoch Gardens
Detailed Planning Permission was approved by Perth & Kinross Council in August 2006, application reference 06/01257/FUL, for the erection of three separate dwelling houses. Planning applications are available to view through the Council's website. www.pkc.gov.uk

Plot 1 Area = 550 sqm / 0,14 Acres
Plot 2 Area = 595 sqm / 0.15 Acres
Plot 3 Area = 751 sqm / 0.19 Acres

(Please note that all dimensions are given as a guide only and are based on existing site survey information.)

These sought after plots are located in the popular village of Kinloch Rannoch, which lies at the east end of Loch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire, overlooked by the magnificent Schiehallion, otherwise known as "the Fairy Hill of the Caledonians. Kinloch Rannoch is located 20 miles west of Pitlochry and 20 miles North West of Aberfeldy. The village itself provides a number of local amenities, including grocery shop, café, hotels/bars, a filling station and an outdoor activity centre. Close by activities include golf, fishing, shooting, cycling and water sports as well as the nearby Victorian town of Pitlochry offering a wider selection of high street shopping, bars, restaurants, theatres and distilleries.


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