Plots adjacent to Aulton of Atherb, Brucklay, Maud

Offers in Region of £ 40,000 per plot
Aulton of Atherb, Brucklay, Maud,
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Planning Permission in Principle has been approved for these two sites at Brucklay, Maud. The sites are situated within the heart of stunning Aberdeenshire Countryside and can be accessed just off the A950 New Pitsligo to Mintlaw Road. Close-by to the sites is the country villages of Maud & New Deer where there are local amenities to include: Primary School, local convenience stores, post office and the buchan walkway railway line.
The large part with blue outline will be divided into two, this highlights Plots 2 & 3. The current proprietor will remove the building that is currently on this land. Further information on all two sites can be found using the following website and planning reference number: Planning Application Number: B/APP/2015/2588
It will be the responsibility of the potential purchaser to make their own water/drainage/electric connections & supply.
Offers in the Region of £40,000 per plot.
By arrangement through the Selling Agent.
Messrs. Brown & McRae (Ref. KSP)
NOTE: While the foregoing particulars are believed to be correct they are not guaranteed and all interested parties should satisfy themselves on all points before offering.Brucklay_Atherb_JAN19

Property Id : 29027
Price: Offers in Region of £ 40,000 per plot
Property Type: PLOTS 2 & 3
Rooms: -
Garage: -
Details: Proposed erection of Dwelling houses
Details: Planning App: B/APP/2015/2588

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