Land for sale

King Malcolm Crescent, Newmachar, AB21 0AS

0.4 ac. | POA

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 0.4 acres (0.16 hectares)

Key features

  • Conditional Planning Permission for Hotel, Restaurant and Bar
  • Suitable for a Range of Alternative Uses, Subject to Plannin
  • Attractive Traditional Building
  • Total Site Area 0.16 Hectares (0.4 Acres)

Full description

The subjects comprise an attractive detached 2 storey building traditional stonework construction with a pitched slated roof over.

The building was previously used as the main administration building for the former Kingseat Hospital and was designed by the distinguished local architect A. Marshall Mackenzie who is also responsible for the design of Marischal College and Greyfriars Church in Aberdeen.

The subjects benefit from a large area of ground located to the rear of the subjects which is considered to be suitable for development or for the provision of car parking.

FOR SALE - Development Opportunity
King Malcolm Crescent, Kingseat, Newmachar, , AB21 0AS

Aberdeenshire & Moray

POA : TBC

Size: 0.4 Acres

Size: 0.16 Hectares

Currently: Available

Type: Land/development opportunity

Status: For Sale

Location: View

Brochure: Download

* Conditional Planning Permission for Hotel, Restaurant and Bar

* Suitable for a Range of Alternative Uses, Subject to Planning Approval

* Attractive Traditional Building

* Total Site Area 0.16 Hectares (0.4 Acres)

Location

The subjects occupy a prominent position on the northern side of King Malcolm Crescent within the popular commuter village of Kingseat which is located one mile east of Newmachar off the A947 Aberdeen to Banff route. Kingseat is well located for access to both Aberdeen city centre and Aberdeen International Airport, which is a 10 minute drive from the subjects.

The Kingseat Development Scheme has been designed to create a secluded and sheltered environment with low density housing strategically laid out within a planned parkland landscape.

Description

The subjects comprise an attractive detached 2 storey building traditional stonework construction with a pitched slated roof over.

The building was previously used as the main administration building for the former Kingseat Hospital and was designed by the distinguished local architect A. Marshall Mackenzie who is also responsible for the design of Marischal College and Greyfriars Church in Aberdeen.

The subjects benefit from a large area of ground located to the rear of the subjects which is considered to be suitable for development or for the provision of car parking.

More information from this agent

Nearest station

  • Dyce (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

DM Hall , Aberdeen

259 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6BR

01224 972038 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Dyce (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

DM Hall , Aberdeen

259 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6BR

01224 972038 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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