About the Property
This building plot occupies an elevated site that extends to approximately 0.6 acres and which enjoys views over neighbouring properties taking in the Beauly Firth and Ben Wyvis beyond. Planning permission in principle has been granted by the Planning Authority for the erection of a residential house and associated workshop/studio. The current planning permission has been granted with the view that the associated workshop/studio is to be used for business purposes.
Viewing of this building plot is recommended to be able to fully appreciate its location and the views that can be enjoyed from it. It is being sold as unserviced although services are believed to be nearby. It extends to approximately 0.6 acres and has had planning permission in principle granted for the erection of a residential house and associated workshop /studio. The consent for the workshop was granted on the understanding that the workshop has to be used as a jewellery business as described in the applicant's business plan and any other use will require the express consent of the Planning Authority. Details of the planning application can be found on the eplanning pages of the Highland Council website using the planning reference number: 17/00854/PIP.
Newtonhill Is located approximately nine miles from the Highland Capital of Inverness and local amenities can be found in nearby Beauly approx. 6 miles away which include a range of shops and services including two small supermarkets, a delicatessen, butcher, baker, chemist, filling station, two medical practices and a good range of cafés, bars, hotels and restaurants. Primary schooling is available at Kirkhill Primary school and secondary schooling is available in Inverness. Inverness City Centre offers a comprehensive range of amenities including Eastgate Shopping Centre, High Street shops, hotels, bars, cafés, restaurants, supermarkets, a Post Office and both bus and train stations. Inverness Airport is located at Dalcross approx. 7.5 miles east of Inverness.
No prior appointment is necessary. Interested parties are welcome to visit the plot at their leisure.