Early settlement is available once conveyancing formalities allow.
Visit the Plot at your convenience or contact the Seller on 07768 417 358, who can also provide more information on Planning documentation.
Situated within an attractive rural area of Cunningsburgh, this house Plot is the last within a new Development of 8 properties and has sea views east across to Bressay.
Full Planning Permission (ref 2021/141/PPF) and Building Warrant (ref BW/2021/147) is in place to build a spacious 4-bedroom family home.
There are up to date site surveys and plans available that were carried out by CASE Shetland.
The mains connections are run to the boundary of the Plot.
The village of Cunningsburgh has a Primary School, Marina and MacKenzie’s Farm Shop (a short walk away) with its café and stock of local produce and crafts and hosts the annual Cunningsburgh Agricultural Show. Levenwick Health Centre is further south towards Sandwick with its Secondary School, Leisure Centre, bakery and grocery shop.
Secondary school education is provided by schools in Sandwick or Lerwick, which is the capital of Shetland and is approx. 14 minutes’ drive away and provides all local amenities.
This property presents an ideal opportunity for those wishing to self-build with the added benefit of Building Control documentation being in place.
The boundaries are referred to as A, B, C and D in respect of the caption of the photographs and is shown on the Site and Location plan attached to the Schedule.
Cunningsburgh is situated approx. 10 miles south of Lerwick. Turn left just before entering the 50 mile limit signed posted Aithsetter / Fladdabister after Mackenzie Farm Shop. After the single track public road on the left (and new build house) there is an access road to the development. Plot 8 is at the end.
Coastal walks and beaches, MacKenzie’s Farm Shop, Boat trips from Sandwick to the Island of Mousa, Cunningsburgh Primary School
The agents for the Seller have prepared these particulars and whilst they are believed to be correct, no guarantee can be given. All measurements are approximate and taken at the widest point. Some photographs are taken with a 10mm – 20mm wide angle lens.