SCHEDULE OF PARTICULARS
BUILDING PLOT ADJACENT TO WESTCOTE, MAIN ROAD, MOSSTODLOCH IV32 7HZ
Enjoying a central location in the heart of Mosstodloch, this rectangular plot has outline planning permission to construct a single storey or one and a half storey dwelling house with off-road parking for 2 cars.
The site measures approximately 29.36 m x 16.92 m and is believed to have mains services including drainage, water, electric, gas and telephone close by. All interested parties shall require to make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves of the availability of services.
Mosstodloch is a small village lying just off the A96 between the picturesque village of Fochabers and the main County town of Elgin with all its amenities. The primary school is a short walk and the secondary school is available in Fochabers.
Interested parties are invited to view the site unaccompanied. An appointment is not necessary. There is a ‘For Sale’ sign at the plot.
PLANS & PLANNING PERMISSIONS
Plans and Planning Permissions can be viewed on the Moray Council website or
by visiting the offices of the Selling Solicitors.
The Moray Council Planning Number is REF 18/00073/PPP
The Decision Date of Issue is 14/03/2018
As an indication of price range offers Over £ 75,000 are invited.
A closing date by which offers must be submitted may be fixed at a later date depending on interest. Prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Solicitors through their Solicitors. Only parties who have noted an interest formally through a Solicitor will be advised of a closing date, but notwithstanding, the sellers reserve the right to accept any offer at anytime without further intimation.
The above particulars are set out as a general guide for interested parties. Occasionally colours may not be accurately reproduced because of the use of digital photography in producing the schedule. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but parties should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact and should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.