4-6 Boat Road was formerly a research centre and sailing club premises for Newport on Tay across the road from the pier. Mainly built of stone under pitched slate roof it is ideal for the formation of three dwellings with a gap site at the west end allowing the new build house.
On 10th November 2011 full planning permission was granted ref: 09/02723/FULL to convert the existing building into three dwelling houses and erection of one new end terraced house in the west gap site.
Further details are available from www.fifedirect.org.uk/planning.
Interested parties can receive an information pack from the Selling Agent.
The estimated floor areas are: east unit 105m², middle unit 122m², west unit 105m², new build 105m².
The property is boarded up and any viewers carry out inspections of the external condition at their own risk.
From the centre of Newport-on-Tay head west on West Road and turn right into Boat Brae which becomes Boat Road by the water. 4-6 are on the right opposite the pier. For route planning the postcode is DD6 8EZ.Situation
Newport-On-Tay has traditionally been a commuting village to Dundee and North East Fife towns. Boat Road overlooks the River Tay and the pier used by private boats. All day to day amenities are available in Newport-On-Tay including a range of shops, leisure centre, primary school and health facilities. The nearest train station is a Dundee, just across the bridge and the City also has an airport with direct flights to London.