An exclusive and unique steading development opportunity comprising one of four plots, two of which have been converted into large luxury residential dwellings set in a stunning rural location on the southern outskirts of Stonehaven.
Large building plot part of a steading development, approx. 900 sqm
Full planning permission to convert to a 2 storey 4 bedroomed luxury home (210 sqm) with detached double garage, log store and large private gardens
1 remaining plot with countryside and sea views beyond
Groundworks completed to include utilities: mains electricity, BT, mains water and independent septic tank and soak away passed and registered with SEPA.
Ideal for the self-builder or small developer
Planning ref APP/2012/2838
The remaining plot offering families the rural lifestyle with easy access to the city of Aberdeen only 18 miles away. With ground works completed and the Steading having retained a good deal of the exterior stone masonry walls the project would be ideal for the small developer or self -builder to obtain a spacious bespoke home in a countryside location.
Travelling south from Aberdeen on the A90 take the Inverbervie/Kineff exit. Follow for two miles and the Steadings will be found on the right side.
Stonehaven is a charming fishing port and holiday resort and is dominated by the dramatic ruins of Dunnottar Castle, a brooding medieval fortress perched on a rocky crag above the North Sea. Sheltering beneath the cliffs is the towns picturesque harbour, where youll find a museum and seafood restaurant set in a 16th-century jail, as well as the historic Ship Inn and Marine Hotel, which brews its own beers and there is an annual real-ale festival. Along the bay you will find award winning fish and chips, and an Olympic-sized art deco open-air swimming pool where, in the summer, you can swim under the stars in water that is heated to a balmy 29 degrees. The Victorian town hall hosts gigs and cinema screenings, the towns four schools are rated very good or good, and there is a cliff-top golf course and busy yacht club. The oil capital of Aberdeen, with its theatres, universities and shopping centres is just 20 minutes away by train.
Aberdeenshire Council Tax Band expected G.
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Property Ref: SCT210002