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Eastbank Works, Cash Feus, Strathmiglo, Fife, KY14 7QP
AN ATTRACTIVE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION IN PRINCIPLE - OFFERS OVER £350,000
Key Features

Development Opportunity
Fashionable Location
Land Available
Offers Over: £350,000
General Description

Eastbank works is the site of the former linen factory in Strathmiglo and is currently operated as a joinery business. The site extends to 1.25 acres (0.51ha) or thereby in total and the sellers will remove the traditional and modern buildings if required by the purchaser. Informal designs have shown up to 25 dwellings could be built on the site subject to detailed permission.

Planning

Planning Permission in Principle has been obtained for the erection of dwelling houses (including demolition of existing buildings).

The planning reference is 16/01738/PPP. Further details can be found at www.fifedirect.org.uk.

The sellers have completed various technical reports including, flood risk assessment, drainage report, transportation statement, topographical site plan and phase one desk study report. All these reports are available on www.fifedirect.org.uk.

Additional Site – The site is offered for sale as a whole shown outlined blue on the plan and there is an option to also purchase the office building at the entrance shown in red on the plan which has change of use from offices to form a dwelling house ref: 16/02216/Full. See www.fifedirect.org.uk for full details.

 

Directions

From Cupar on the A91 turn left at the first Strathmiglo junction and last right on to Cash Feus. Eastbank is on the left.

From Edinburgh cross the Queensferry Crossing onto the M90. Take the A91 towards St Andrews and the first right into Strathmiglo. Turn right in the centre of the village into West Road and continue over the river to the T-junction. Turn left on to Cash Feus and Eastbank is on the right.              

Situation

Strathmiglo is situated west of the Howe of Fife to the north of Lomond Hills with the River Eden flowing through the village. It is becoming increasingly fashionable due to its strategic location conveniently placed near the central motorway network to Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Commuting is also convenient to Cupar, Kirkcaldy, St Andrews and Dundee.

The village has a primary school, nursery, local shop, village hall, parks, bowling green, public house and church all within easy walking distance. Secondary education is available in Cupar and Kinross and both of these towns have more extensive amenities close by.

Fife is famed for its attractive countryside and for golfers they are spoilt for choice with the home of golf at St Andrews nearby and Gleneagles convenient to the west of Perth.