Springfield, Ancrum, Jedburgh, TD8

Offers over £125,000

NEW LAUNCH An excellent opportunity to acquire a building plot approximately 1 mile from the Border village of Ancrum. The plot has recently been granted full planning permission for demolition of the existing derelict cottage, to be replaced by a 4 bedroom property. The plot benefits from spectacular scenic views across to the Eildon Hills to the North and the Cheviot Hills to the South. Planning Permission was granted in November 2020, more specific details can be found on the Scottish Borders Council website by quoting Planning Reference Number 20/01348/FUL. Services are nearby. Planning permission granted for: Dwelling House Ground Floor - Hallway, kitchen/dining area, utility room, WC, 1 double bedroom with an en suite, living room. First floor - 3 double bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities, family bathroom. Outside - Landscaped gardens and a parking area. Mileage Edinburgh 45 miles, Newcastle 60 miles, Berwick-upon-Tweed 35 miles, Melrose 10 miles, St St Boswells 6 miles, Kelso 12 miles, Jedburgh 5 miles (All distances are approximate) Situation This is a rare opportunity to acquire a rural plot within close proximity of the sought after village of Anrcum, and just 5 miles away from the historic border town of Jedburgh. The A68 is within easy reach to the site, giving access to Newcastle and Edinburgh, making this an ideal opportunity for the commuter looking to build their dream home and live a more rural life. Ancrum is a popular border village with a strong sense of community, it offers primary school education, The Cross Keys pub, a small village shop, and a village hall. The well-connected town of Jedburgh, home of the historic Jedburgh Abbey is just 5 miles away. Jedburgh offers a wider array of facilities including primary and secondary schooling, restaurants, independent cafes, banks, and a supermarket. Drainage - the Purchaser will need to provide his or her own private drainage system within the boundary of the plot. The Seller would look favourably on any request for the ''tail' of such system to run onto his neighbouring land should that be appropriate and the only way of providing such a system; Water Supply - The Seller will provide the Purchaser with a servitude right to extend the mains water from Whitehouse Farm to the plot, the Purchaser will be responsible for the cost of this. Electricity - single phase mains electricity is available from a nearby transformer on a pole situated on the Sellers adjacent land. The Seller will provide the Purchaser with a servitude to lay the necessary cable to the plot from the transformer. Agents Note Please do not attempt to access the derelict building on the plot. The building is in poor state of repair and could be dangerous if entered.

  • Type Building plot
  • Type Building plot

NEW LAUNCH An excellent opportunity to acquire a building plot approximately 1 mile from the Border village of Ancrum. The plot has recently been granted full planning permission for demolition of the existing derelict cottage, to be replaced by a 4 bedroom property. The plot benefits from spectacular scenic views across to the Eildon Hills to the North and the Cheviot Hills to the South. Planning Permission was granted in November 2020, more specific details can be found on the Scottish Borders Council website by quoting Planning Reference Number 20/01348/FUL. Services are nearby. Planning permission granted for: Dwelling House Ground Floor - Hallway, kitchen/dining area, utility room, WC, 1 double bedroom with an en suite, living room. First floor - 3 double bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities, family bathroom. Outside - Landscaped gardens and a parking area. Mileage Edinburgh 45 miles, Newcastle 60 miles, Berwick-upon-Tweed 35 miles, Melrose 10 miles, St St Boswells 6 miles, Kelso 12 miles, Jedburgh 5 miles (All distances are approximate) Situation This is a rare opportunity to acquire a rural plot within close proximity of the sought after village of Anrcum, and just 5 miles away from the historic border town of Jedburgh. The A68 is within easy reach to the site, giving access to Newcastle and Edinburgh, making this an ideal opportunity for the commuter looking to build their dream home and live a more rural life. Ancrum is a popular border village with a strong sense of community, it offers primary school education, The Cross Keys pub, a small village shop, and a village hall. The well-connected town of Jedburgh, home of the historic Jedburgh Abbey is just 5 miles away. Jedburgh offers a wider array of facilities including primary and secondary schooling, restaurants, independent cafes, banks, and a supermarket. Drainage - the Purchaser will need to provide his or her own private drainage system within the boundary of the plot. The Seller would look favourably on any request for the ''tail' of such system to run onto his neighbouring land should that be appropriate and the only way of providing such a system; Water Supply - The Seller will provide the Purchaser with a servitude right to extend the mains water from Whitehouse Farm to the plot, the Purchaser will be responsible for the cost of this. Electricity - single phase mains electricity is available from a nearby transformer on a pole situated on the Sellers adjacent land. The Seller will provide the Purchaser with a servitude to lay the necessary cable to the plot from the transformer. Agents Note Please do not attempt to access the derelict building on the plot. The building is in poor state of repair and could be dangerous if entered.

More properties