Elgin, IV30 8RP
the former Hangingfolds Steading (now cleared) is set in open countryside, with spectacular views overlooking the River Lossie Valley and the Moray coast, within easy travelling distance of Elgin.
The area is popular for outdoor pursuits, with sailing opportunities at Lossiemouth and Findhorn and links golf courses at Lossiemouth and Nairn. Salmon and trout fishing are available on the local rivers of the Spey, Lossie and Findhorn and there is also the Glen of Rothes Trout Fishery nearby. Winter sports are available at the Lecht and Cairngorm resorts.
Elgin benefits from an extensive range of local amenities traditionally found in an historical market town, including a hospital, supermarkets and leisure & recreational facilities. Private schooling is available nearby at Gordonstoun.
There are airports at both Aberdeen & Inverness connecting to London and other UK airports and a mainline railway link at Elgin connecting to both Aberdeen & Inverness.
Elgin 6 miles, Inverness 44 miles, Aberdeen 69 miles
Leaving Elgin on the A941 (Elgin to Rothes road) after 2.7 miles turn right, after 1.3 miles turn left at T junction, follow this road for 1.4 miles; take private road on left past Keepers Cottage to Hangingfolds. The track rises after 0.25 miles Hangingfolds Steading site is located on your left approaching the Farmhouse.
The former steading site has full planning permission for conversion to 2 properties. The site sits in an elevated position looking north. There is provision for off road parking and garden ground.
As a whole extends to 0.402 hectares or thereby.
Moray Council granted full planning permission (07/01255/FUL) which was further extended in 2010 and again in 10/00918/APP for the change of the use and conversion of the farm steading to 2 dwelling houses in line with the reserved matters highlighted with in the full planning permission. Commencement of development confirmed by Moray Council 27 May 2019 securing the permission in perpetuity.
Access from the public road will be by a private road. The purchaser will be granted a servitude right of access over the road, and maintenance will be on a user basis.
The seller will erect the march fencing, and thereafter liability for maintenance will be mutual with the neighbouring proprietors.
The site is serviced with a private water supply, which will be subject to an equitable maintenance obligation, and mains electricity. All service connections will be the responsibility of the purchaser, the capacity of the services have not been tested and purchasers should make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. The purchaser will be required to connect to a septic tank and soakaway system to be installed at the purchaser’s sole expense and contained within the subjects of sale.
An electricity connection to each site has been installed.
Welcome to view the site at your own risk.
The Title Deeds are available for inspection by a prospective Purchaser or his agent at the offices of the Sellers Solicitors. Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale the last shall prevail.