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Hilton Smythe are delighted to bring to the market an exciting opportunity to purchase a portfolio of development sites in various locations within the Scottish Borders, they represent a mixture of potential residential sites along with an area of employment land & represent an excellent investment opportunity.
Wildcatgate, Oxnam Road, Jedburgh TD8 6LS, residential development opportunity, 6 fully serviced plots.
A green field site extending to approximately 2 hectares (4.94 acres) zoned for housing in the Scottish Borders Local Plan Amendment (site reference AGEDB005) with an indicative capacity of 20 units.
The southern and eastern surrounding edges of the site comprises ancient woodland which provides a strong landscape feature to the site. The woodland will be protected from development.
Skinworks, Bank End South, Jedburgh TD8
(3-acre site) located within an industrial area within the town and benefiting from being within walking distance to the town centre, with the site being zoned as employment land.
Seabank Development Site, The Crescent, Spittal, Berwick Upon-Tweed TD15 1RT
A superbly elevated site with outstanding sea views, located above the promenade at the south end of Main Street in Spittal. The Seabank development site has full planning permission for four detached, 4-bedroom residential houses. The site is approx. 1 acre (0.39 hectares), each plot extends to approx. 0.25 acre.
The 4 proposed houses are of a similar contemporary design with commanding sea views from their elevated position. Full details and documentation are available on Northumberland County Council's Planning portal - application reference: 16/02230/FUL
Duns Road, Coldstream, TD14
A generous sized development site located within the town of Coldstream that is included in the local development plan with outline planning for 34 units.
Gattonside, Melrose TD6.
A superbly positioned 15-acre greenfield site, located in close proximity to the village of Gattonside on the B6360, overlooking the River Tweed. Our client has indicated that they are currently in the process of trying to get the site included in the local development plan for residential development.
The portfolio on offer for sale, represent an excellent investment opportunity for the right purchaser.
Our client has also indicated that offers for individual sites from the portfolio will also be considered
Early Enquiries are highly recommended.
The portfolio is spread across a selection of towns within the popular & scenic Borders area of Scotland, with some of the sites occupying areas of outstanding natural beauty with fantastic development potential, with a further 2 sites well positioned within local towns to offer a diverse range of options for any potential purchaser.
Site locations are to be found in the towns of Jedburgh, Melrose, Coldstream along with Berwick Upon-Tweed.
The Scottish Borders are in the eastern part of the Southern Uplands
The region is hilly and largely rural with pockets of well-developed, densely populated townships, with the River Tweed flowing west to east through it. In the east of the region, the area that borders the River Tweed is flat and is known as 'The Merse'. The Tweed and its tributaries drain the entire region with the river flowing into the North Sea at Berwick Upon Tweed and forming the border with England for the last twenty miles or so of its length.
The term Central Borders refers to the area in which the majority of the main towns Galashiels, Selkirk, Hawick, Jedburgh, Earlston, Kelso, Coldstream, Peebles, Melrose and Tweedbank are located.
Two of Scotland's 40 National Scenic areas (defined so as to identify areas of exceptional scenery) lie within the region.
The borders area is also serviced by the Borders Railway that runs from Tweedbank to Edinburgh, with the station located within the town.
There is also a regular bus service which runs from the Interchange, beside the railway with links to Newcastle and Carlisle in the South, as well as Edinburgh and the other Border towns.
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