This impressive house site with gorgeous views to the Monadhliaths Mountains extends to approximately 0.13 acres. There is planning permission in principle for the erection of a detached 1.5 storey property with mains water, drainage and electricity available for connection in close proximity. The site is currently fenced and consists of grassed undeveloped land. This desirable plot presents a unique and rarely available development opportunity within the Cairngorms National Park.
Near Grantown On Spey, and in the Cairngorms National park, the village is comprised of two communities, Dulnain Bridge itself is centred to the north of the bridge with a post office and garage. The crofting community of Skye of Curr stretches for about a mile to the south, terminating at the famous Speyside Heather Centre. Grantown On Spey situated nearby is within the Cairngorms National Park and is the Capital of Strathspey and a leading tourist resort. It has a fine shopping centre, first class hotels and guest houses, Primary and Grammar schools offering education to university entrance standard, Cottage Hospital and Health Centre.
Sporting facilities include 18 hole golf course, excellent Salmon and Trout fishing in the River Spey and other waters, 8 tennis courts, bowling green, children's recreation park and forest walks through Grant Park. There are many places of interest to visit in the area with Grantown being the gateway to the Malt Whisky Trail. The Grantown Heritage Centre is open through the summer and Highland Games are held at different venues throughout the Spey Valley. Within easy reach are the Cairngorm Mountains for winter sports facilities and hill walking. The sandy beaches of the Moray Firth are also close by. Other distances from Grantown on Spey - Aviemore 15 miles; Elgin and Inverness 34 miles; Aberdeen 80 miles; Perth 95 miles.
Planning in principle was agreed with the local Highland Council Planning Authority for the construction of a one and a half storey, three bedroom property, located on Land 20M SE Of Rose Grove Guest House, Skye of Curr, Dulnain Bridge.
The current owner has had plans drawn up of an example property that may be suitable for the site as per below and plans:
Entrance Vestibule l Hallway l Open Plan Lounge / Kitchen / Family Room l Utility Room l En-Suite Bedroom l Large Store
Master Bedroom with En-Suite l Family Bathroom l Further Bedroom l
It is understood that connection would be to mains electric, water and drainage. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on service provision and connection cost.
Planning in principle (ref: 18/03547/PIP) has been obtained from the Highland Council for the erection of a one and a half storey house on Land 20M SE Of Rose Grove Guest House, 17 Skye Of Curr Road, Dulnain Bridge. The decision notice of approval was issued on the 7 December 2018
Further details on planning can be obtained by visiting the Highland council E-Planning website and typing in the reference 18/03547/PIP
This plot is exempt from the need to have a home report.
Offers over £85,000 are invited
Viewing is strictly by arrangement with and all offers to be submitted to:-Masson Cairns
Grantown on Spey
Tel: (01479) 874800
Fax: (01479) 874806
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