14.4 Ac(5.83 Ha)
Price on application

Land at East WemyssEast Wemyss, East Wemyss, Fife, KY1 4NJ

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Planning permission in principle for 86 residential units
  • Potentially no affordable housing requirement
  • Attractive village location 10 km north east of Kirkcaldy
  • Offers invited for the site as a whole

Residential Development Opportunity in Fife, Scotland.

About this property

  • The land is located on the south side of Main Street (A955) to the west of the village. The site for sale is broadly rectangular lying parallel to the A955 and is relatively flat. To the west of the site is a mature woodland strip which defines the extent of the site and provides a definition to the site. To the south the site is defined by a mature hedgerow and a row of housing. To the east the site is defined by hedge row and mature trees with terraced housing beyond. It is anticipated vehicular access will be taken direct from the A955 to the immediate north of the site.

Local information

  • The site is located on the western edge of the coastal village of East Wemyss, Fife and is approximately 8 km north east of Kirkcaldy and 12 km south east of Glenrothes. The site benefits from a semi-rural location with modern transport links providing access to nearby towns and cities. Edinburgh (approx. 57 km), Dunfermline (30 km), St Andrews (approx. 32 km), Perth (approx. 47 km), Dundee (approx. 51 km) and many other settlements are within a commutable distance.
  • The adjacent A955 road allows direct A-road vehicular links to Kirkcaldy and Buckhaven. Kirkcaldy railway station is only approx. 9 km from the site and provides direct rail services to Edinburgh (approx. 40 mins), Dundee (approx. 45 mins) and Perth (approx. 40 mins), while Glenrothes with Thornton railway station is only 9 km away and provides direct rail services to Dunfermline (approx. 25 min).
  • East Wemyss is situated to the south west of the Fife Council area with the nearby Fife coastline easily accessible. The settlement comprises mainly family residential accommodation surrounded by attractive countryside. There is understood to be capacity at both the local primary and secondary schools, both denominational and non-denominational.
  • Within the village there is also a post office, local store and village hall with the historic Wemyss Castle around 1 km away. A more comprehensive range of local facilities can be found in Kirkcaldy which is Fife’s second most populated town. Kirkcaldy offers a varied selection