Building Plot 1 At Charlesfield, Charlesfield, St. Boswells, Melrose, TD6 0HH
PLOT WITH OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A SINGLE DWELLING.
An attractive plot of circa 0.78 acre with outline planning permission for the construction of a single dwelling, located not far from the A68, giving access to Edinburgh in the north and Newcastle in the south, and the popular commuter village of St Boswells.
Outline Planning Permission in Principle was granted in November 2021.
The plot at Charlesfield presents a rare chance to design and build a totally unique detached dwelling house, in the heart of the Scottish Borders. The purchaser will have the opportunity to work with architects and planners to submit a full planning application to the Scottish Borders Council. Details of the current planning permission in principle can be found on the Scottish Borders planning portal by quoting planning reference numbers 21/00839/PPP. Vehicular access will be from the north of the plot onto the public road. Developer’s contributions are still to be paid.
Whilst services are understood to be nearby, there are currently no services connected to the site.
Edinburgh 40 miles, Berwick-upon-Tweed 33 miles, Galashiels 10 miles, Melrose 8 miles,
Tweedbank Railway Station 7 miles, St Boswells 1.3 miles
(All distances are approximate)
This desirable plot is situated on the periphery of the small industrial estate at Charlesfield, not far from the A68 giving access to Edinburgh in the north and Newcastle in the south, and the village of St Boswells. St Boswells is set on the banks of the River Tweed and offers fantastic local amenities which include the new Copperpot Interiors, The Main Street Trading Company (Best Small Shop 2018, Best Bookshop (The Telegraph)), the Buccleuch Arms Hotel & Restaurant, J.C Douglas Butchers and a local convenience store to name a few. Within a short drive are the popular towns of Melrose, Kelso and Galashiels, which all offer more well-known national amenities and services. Excellent schooling is also readily available with the village primary school, and Earlston high school nearby, whilst private schooling is available at St Mary’s in Melrose and Longridge Towers near Berwick-upon-Tweed and in Edinburgh beyond. St Boswells also offers bus services to Edinburgh and is a short drive from the Borders General Hospital and Tweedbank railway station, which provides a regular train service to Edinburgh. A forty-minute drive away is the historic town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which offers further amenities and access to a mainline railway station which connects to Edinburgh and Newcastle in around forty-five minutes and London in under four hours. The village is also on the A68 giving easy access north to Edinburgh and south to Newcastle and the north of England.
Postcode– TD6 0HH
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Tenure - Freehold
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