Land for sale in Newburgh, Cupar KY14
Land for sale in Newburgh, Cupar KY14, From: £95000. Freehold, 2.57 acres with planning consent for 8 detached houses, Option for another 3 plots (0.69 acres) on the footprint of south shed (to be demolished)
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
Mccrae and Mccrae
Estate Agent Phone Number:
Estate Agent Address:
12 Abbey Park Place, Dunfermline
Newburgh, Cupar KY14
Estate Agent Description
Seven remaining detached rural serviced house plots to build self-build houses after the seller installs services, in an attractive rural setting well away from any busy public roads
Lot 1 Type 2B under offer
Lot 2 Type 1B Offers Over £100,000
Lot 3 Type 3B Offers Over £100,000
Lot 4 Type 2B Offers Over £100,000
Lot 5 Type 2B Offers Over £118,000
Lot 6 Type 3B Offers Over £95,000
Lot 7 Type 3B Offers Over £95,000
Lot 8 Type 1B Offers Over £105,000
The shed has now been demolished and the concrete is being lifted and crushed with some being used for bottoming for the perimeter road. Pegging out of the plots is now taking place, and once the granary has been demolished, stones from this can be used by purchasers for their house walls.
There are 3 house types suggested (see plans 365,312 + 182sqm)
Possibility to purchase extra land with each plot to the west of plots 1 to 3 and to the north of plots 4 & 5.
The sellers will upgrade the access road with additional tarmacadam passing places and a new road around the perimeter of the new plots. The sellers are currently meeting with the Roads Department regarding this. The sellers will service the new plots with mains electric, private water and private sewage treatment plant.
A903 0.7m, Abernethy 2m, Newburgh 3m, M90 J9 6m, Perth 10m, Cupar 13m, Dundee 21.5m, St Andrews 23m, Stirling 40m, Edinburgh 44m
Jamesfield Farm Steading enjoys a rural setting and is situated a few hundred yards south of the intersection of the River Earn and River Tay. The site is located within walking distance of Jamesfield restaurant and garden centre (0.6m) via a quiet, unclassified public road. There are also offices/nursery units available to rent in the restaurant building. It is also only 2 miles away from the beautiful conservation village of Abernethy, with its famous historic round tower at the centre. The village of Newburgh is only 3 miles away.
Unique opportunity to purchase a house plot and a paddock, for a couple of horses, with hacking around Jamesfield Farm. There is a right of way though fields up to Abernethy and walks up the River Earn to Bridge of Earn. There are excellent local shops and restaurants in nearby villages, with larger supermarkets, leisure centres and excellent facilities in Perth (10 miles), Cupar (13 miles) and Dundee (21.5m).
There is a mainline railway station in Perth with a service every 15/20 minutes to Edinburgh and every hour to Dundee.
Abernethy Primary School with its new extension is 1.5 miles away and secondary schools are located in nearby Perth.
For the more adventurous, there are excellent walking and cycling routes through the nearby Abernethy forest, abseiling, kayaking and fishing opportunities on the River Tay and the River Earn.
Ian & Roy Miller
Wj Beatson. Planning
Ref 16/02074/fll (for 8 dwellings) from Perth & Kinross Council. (Mr Andy Baxter . Please note that although it shows on the Planning Portal as refused permission, the permission has been granted on appeal. The section 75 legal agreement has been signed requiring the sellers to pay low cost housing payments, road contributions and education contributions.
Approximately 2.57 acres (1.04 ha) for eight newbuild detached dwellings in a courtyard layout, with fantastic views over open countryside with the River Tay and River Earn nearby. The layouts in these particulars show three house types. Two are 4 bedroom houses on two floors and one is a 3 bedroom bungalow with a garage (see house plans).
Additional land possibility
You can purchase a plot and a paddock.
The sellers will be undertaking the following:
1. Contamination survey.
2. Installing a sewage treatment plant and suds facilities.
3. Installing mains electricity and private water supplies will be installed and a fire reserve tank, if required.
4. We have asked the architects to establish the size of tank needed to be installed by the purchasers in the loft.
5. The site will be cleared of the two derelict sheds by the sellers and they will install tarred roads and layby’s as required by the roads department requirements. They will also install a bin store next to the public road (near Ian Millers house).
6. Install the children’s play area to the south of the house development site.
7. We are applying to Perth and Kinross Council for a number of non-material variations in the planning consent, as follows:
A – The central courtyard will be subdivided into garden areas for each house.
B – Plant a hedge up the middle of the courtyard and subdivide the house plots with hedges rather than stone walls.
Purchaser maintenance obligations
A committee will be set up by the purchasers / future house owners to maintain the sewage treatment tank, the private water supply (electricity and motor, a new one was installed for the farm shop and restaurant for £2,000) and a recreational area into the future but the purchasers of the houses will be asked to cover these future maintenance charges.
Additional planning proposal
The owners intend on applying for two houses to the south of the site on the footprint of the 100′ x 45′ shed which would be demolished. If they do not secure planning consent within 1 year they will demolish said shed and install the recreational area.
Cost of self build
McCrae & McCrae Ltd can provide a list of builders and can assist in providing finance. Building a house is an ideal way of avoiding the 10% stamp duty over £325,000.
Excellent local walks and hacking
The road down to the River Earn Ferry, the track up the side of the Rivers Earn and Tay, the right of way through the fields to Abernethy and the quiet public road.
Viewing and registering an interest
Viewing of the property is strictly by prior appointment only with the sole selling agents McCrae & McCrae, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7PD. Tel: Or Rod McCrae on evenings and weekends).
It is likely that a closing date for offers will be set and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest in the property to ensure that they are given notice of any closing date. Failure to register interest may result in the property being sold without notice.
These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All measurements are given as a guide and no liability can be accepted for any errors arising therefrom. No responsibility is taken for any other error, omission or mis-statement in the particulars, during negotiations or otherwise, any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.
Offers must be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling Agents, McCrae & McCrae Ltd at 12 Abbey Park Place, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 7PD. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents.
From Edinburgh, cross the Forth Road Bridge, take the M90 signposted Aberdeen, Dundee, and Perth. Leave the M90 at junction 9. Turn right onto the A912 signposted Newburgh, Cupar. At roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A913. Proceed through Abernethy and after a mile you reach traffic lights due to a narrow railway bridge. After these lights turn almost immediately first left. Proceed past the farm restaurant and nursery down the hill and turn first right off the quiet public road onto a tarmacadam farm road. Proceed past the farm bungalow (where one of the owners lives) and the farm steading is 200 yards further along the farm road.
From Dundee, cross the Tay Bridge. At the Tay Bridge roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A92 signposted Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy. At the Forgan roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A92 signposted Edinburgh. Turn right onto the A913. Continue past Newburgh. Turn right, then turn right. Arrive at Jamesfield Farm.