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0.85 Ha(2.10 Ac)
Offers over £225,000(6.647.176.850 ₫)

Cloichfoldich PlotCloichfoldich, Strathtay, Pitlochry, PH9 0LP


    Key features

    • Partially serviced (water and electricity) plot extending to about 2 acres
    • SEPA consent for discharge granted
    • Some ground works completed and retaining wall built
    • Building warrant granted
    • Access road installed
    • Superb views over the River Tay from the upper garden
    • Outbuilding situated on the plot

    Partially serviced plot with superb views over the River Tay and Tay Valley. Building warrants granted and some ground works completed.

    About this property

    • The Cloichfoldich plot is in an elevated position overlooking the Tay Valley and benefits from a superb rural outlook. Work onsite has already started and both water (shared, private supply) and electricity already serve the site. SEPA have also granted a permit for discharge for a septic tank. The access road, ground works and retaining wall have all been completed and signed off by an engineer. The proposed architectural plans have large open plan living spaces on the ground floor with accommodation spread across two principal buildings with four bedrooms in total on both the ground and first floors. The plans allow for multiple windows on the south side of the house which take in the beautiful countryside views.

      Above the house there are to be gardens which take in the fabulous southerly views and open countryside. Located in the northwest corner of the grounds is a recently erected shed which forms part of the sale. There are water and electricity supplies near to the shed.

      The grounds which will surround the plot could be utilised as formal gardens to the house, for growing vegetables or even grazing for animals.

      While much of the ground work has been completed, there is still an opportunity for a new owner to create their own bespoke property on what is a fabulous site.

      Viewings
      Strictly by appointment with Savills - 01738 477 525.

      Services
      Water and electricity are available on site. There is a SEPA permit in place for drainage but no septic tank installed.

      Local Authority & tax band
      Perth and Kinross Council.

      Solicitors
      Hodge Solicitors LLP. 28 Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie, PH10 6AX. Tel: 01250 874 441.

      Planning
      Planning permission was renewed in June 2015. More information can be found on the Perth and Kinross Council planning portal. Application number 15/00726/FLL | Renewal of permission (12/01061/FLL) erection of a dwelling house. Site works started in August 2015. A non-material variation was approved in October 2016.

    Local information

    • The Cloichfoldich plot sits above Strathtay in a stunning elevated setting to the west of the charming Perthshire villages of Grandtully and Strathtay. The plot sits on the north side of the River Tay and has beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. The location has a wonderful rural feel to it and is extremely private despite having neighbours in the vicinity. Access from the north and south is excellent, with the A9 only 6 miles away. The village of Grandtully is delightful and sits on the banks of the River Tay. It has a primary school, coffee shop and The Inn On The Tay restaurant / bar / B&B. The village of Strathtay is less than half a mile away on the north side of the River Tay, and has a village shop / post office and an attractive nine hole golf course.
    • The surrounding countryside is majestic, with a wide range of outdoor activities available. Green fields are interspersed with woodlands, and then more rugged, spectacular heather-clad hills rise high above to the dramatic heights of Schiehallion and Ben Chonzie. Within the immediate vicinity is the Balnaguard Glen which is a wonderful juniper woodland and has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is host to an array of plant life and wildlife.
    • The nearby towns of Aberfeldy (5.2 miles) and Pitlochry (10 miles) offer a wide range of schools, shops and services. Pitlochry also has a railway station on the main line from Inverness to London and is served by the ScotRail Caledonian Sleeper service. The city of Perth is 28 miles away and offers all the amenities and professional services expected of the main county hub. The A9 is the main route into the Highlands and has stretches of dual carriageway between Ballinluig and Perth where it links with the M90 south to Edinburgh. Edinburgh International Airport is on the near side of the city.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the north or south leave the A9 at Ballinluig and follow signs for Aberfeldy (A827). After crossing the River Tay continue to Grandtully and turn right over the bridge. Follow the road up the hill and turn left at the Spar Shop and Post Office. Follow the road west for approximately 0.8 miles and turn right after the entrance to the Findynate Estate. Follow the road up next to the burn and round to the left, passing two grain stores on the right. Continue along the road and the plot is located after the two driveways on the right hand side.
    • EPC Exempt