Plots at Lumsden, Huntly, AB54 4JN
Offers Over: £ 80,000

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Description

Planning permission in principle for two dwellinghouses


  • Plot 1 extends to approximately 440sq.m or thereby - Offers over £35,000
  • Plot 2 extends to approximately 1250sq.m or thereby - Offers over £45,000
 
Description
Situated within the peaceful village of Lumsden, each plot has planning permission in principle for the erection of a detached dwellinghouse, allowing prospective purchasers flexibility on the design of their home. Further information can be found on the Aberdeenshire Council planning portal website using the reference code APP/2019/2062 or within the Aberdeen & Northern Estates office.  
 
Located in the heart of picturesque upper Donside, Lumsden is approximately 9 miles from the town of Alford and 12 miles from the market town of Huntly, and provides a primary school, post office and garage and a community run village hall. An excellent range of amenities is available in Alford including health centre, shops, modern community campus with swimming pool and library and an 18 hole golf course. Secondary schooling is available at Alford Academy or The Gordon Schools in Huntly. Lumsden is within a 15 minute drive from the Cairngorms National Park and ideally located for recreational pursuits including hillwalking, mountain biking, cycling, horse riding, fishing and skiing. The City of Aberdeen, approximately 35 miles to the east, can be reached in an hour by car (rush hour excepted) and provides a wealth of shopping facilities, theatre, two universities, mainline railway station and international airport.  
 
Entry
By agreement.
 
Services
Mains water, mains drainage and electricity connections are understood to be available close by. The purchaser will be responsible for all service connections.
 
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire Council, Marr Area Office, School Road, Alford, AB33 8TY

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