McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to offer to the market this generously sized building plot which will appeal to self-builders and developers alike. The plot enjoys a charming, semi-rural location, yet conveniently placed just 4 miles outside the town of Falkirk.
Although the original detailed plan was for two 3 bedroom semi-detached villas, this consent has now expired and as the local council shows a real hunger to help developers/self-builders, new plans for a larger detached villa would also be looked on favorably. Any change to the existing planning permission would be the responsibility of any successful purchaser, as would be the obtaining of the building warrant.
This is an excellent opportunity for a small developer or self-builder looking to build their own bespoke design property, in a substantial building plot.
Location of Property
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01324 467 050
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday & 9am - 10pm Saturday & Sunday to book your viewing appointment.
Part Exchange your property for a home on our site
If you are interested in a property we have available for sale and have your own property to sell, we can refer you to Haddington Estates (who operate independently of McEwan Fraser Legal). They can offer you a guaranteed cash offer for your own property through this unique Part Exchange option which may allow you to sell your property quickly and easily without any Estate Agency fees or advertising costs. This allows you to make an offer for any property on our site safe in the knowledge that your existing house has a firm legal offer.
Mortgage funding may be available through an authorised mortgage broker
McEwan Fraser Legal are working closely with authorised mortgage brokers in order for our clients to obtain mortgage funding (see terms and conditions, which normally apply, below)
- Aged 18+
- You are in permanent employment
- Self Employed usually need to have 2 years accounts available
- Permanent right to reside in the UK
- You have no adverse credit that would affect your ability to repay funding
Should you wish to obtain further information please complete the enquiry form