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Land at Mugdrum Place, Newburgh Fife , KY14 6DD
Substantial Plot Located within a residential area of Newburgh, Fife. The land extends to approximately 5,798 square foot (538 metres squared) Ideal Investment opportunity. This piece of land benefits from beautiful views over the River Tay. *** STUNNING VIEWS *** Property previously housed a Pigeon...
Substantial Plot Located within a residential area of Newburgh, Fife. The land extends to approximately 5,798 square foot (538 metres squared) Ideal Investment opportunity. This piece of land benefits from beautiful views over the River Tay. *** STUNNING VIEWS *** Property previously housed a Pigeon coup but has been removed in recent years. Sure to Appeal to builders looking for a small project. Land would fit 2 - 3 properties on it. (All planning consents must be sought after and met via Fife council) Close to local amenities, transport links Ownership Freehold - Outright ownership of the property and land on which it stands. Occupation Vacant - Full vacant possession offered at time of completion. Full Details: Substantial Plot Located within a residential area of Newburgh, Fife. The land extends to approximately 5798 square foot (538 metres squared). Sure to Appeal to builders looking for a small project. Land would fit 2 - 3 properties on it. (All planning consents must be sought after and met via Fife council). Ideal Investment opportunity. This piece of land benefits from beautiful views over the River Tay. *** STUNNING VIEWS *** Property previously housed a Pigeon coup but has been removed in recent years. The land is now mostly overgrown. Request More Details: Phone: 0141-632-6599 Email: Guide Price: - What is a Guide Price... Auction Guide Prices are displayed as an indication of each seller's approximate sale expectation. They are not necessarily figures which a property will sell for and may change at any time prior to the auction. Unless specified all properties are subject to a Reserve (minimum acceptable price) which we expect will be set no more than 10% above or below the advertised guide. Offer Now Explained... You may submit an offer now on this property for the owner to consider. If they are will are willing to sell you the property now then it is a matter of making the required deposit payment to secure the purchase. Complete our now to put your offer forward to the sellers. Map & Location: Newburgh is perfect for the commuter with easy access to the main road networks to the larger cities of Perth, Dundee & St. Andrews. The town itself also provides entertainment and leisure facilities such as pubs, restaurants and coffee shops as well as useful amenities including convenience stores, a large shop, doctors surgery, chemist and Newburgh Primary School to name just a few. This gorgeous coastal Town boasts stunning scenery at every angle with woodland walks and The Firth of Tay creating the most beautiful and serene spot to live. Viewings: IMPORTANT NOTICE... Due to Government advice on COVID-19 no viewings are currently possible. We advise all interested parties to follow social distancing rules for safety. Internal Open Viewings... This property may be open for internal viewings at specified times which will be listed on this page when available. You do not need to register to attend these viewings, you can simply turn up as the property will be open during the scheduled times. Our viewing agent will be present to answer any of your questions and provide auction catalogues to viewers. External Viewings Anytime... You may view this property externally at any time. Please make sure that if the property is occupied or tenanted that you respect the privacy of the occupants. Additionally we advise that you print a copy of this schedule and take it with you in case of any neighbours questioning you at the property as to your intentions. Auction Details: Auction Date... 05 June 2020, 5pm Auction Location... Deadline for Offers Registration... You will need to be at the auction prior to the 7.00pm start time in order to register & make your way to the auction room. Bidding registration opens from 6:00pm. You will be required to present Photo ID and provide your contact and solicitor details in order to register. Legal Packs... All legal packs will be available for inspection at our offices on the day of the auction and at the auction hall from 6:00pm. Deposits... If you are a successful purchaser of a lot then a deposit of 10% (minimum £3,000 or lower if specified) will be required. The deposit is accepted by the following methods: Deposit Method... Switch, Debit Card, Credit Card, Cash or Bankers Draft accepted only. Next Day Bank Transfer by prior arrangement only. > How To Bid: Offer Now... You may submit an offer now on any of our live properties for the sellers to consider. If they are will are willing to sell you the property now then it is a matter of making the 10% deposit payment to secure the purchase. Complete our now to put your offer forward to the sellers. Bid Live in Person... Easily the best method is to attend the auction in person. The Glasgow Radisson is conveniently located in the Glasgow City Centre, a short walk from the Central Train Station and easily accessed from the M8 Motorway. The Edinburgh Marriott Hotel is conveniently located just minutes from Edinburgh Airport and the city centre. Bid by Phone Live... If you cant make the auction in person you can still make a live bid by telephone for this property. You will give instruction live over the phone with one of our staff in the room who will bid on your behalf and relay activity in the auction room. To register simply print off, complete and return the below form by email prior to 5pm of the auction day... Download the Telephone Bidders Form Bid by Proxy... (Ebay Style Highest Bid) This is another option if you cannot make the auction in person. A Proxy bid is where you will leave your highest maximum bid for the property and the auctioneer will bid on your behalf. You will only ever bid one increment higher than the previous bidder. Proxy bidding rules out any potential issues with telephone reception or nerves regarding bidding in person or by telephone. To register simply print off, complete and return the below form by email prior to 5pm of the auction day... Download the Proxy Bidders Form Offer Now Auction Details 05 June 2020 - 5pm Contact Us Quick Form: Phone: 0141-632-6599 Email: FREE Auction Valuation Thinking of Selling? We offer a FREE no obligation valuation & fee quote service... Share this Property on:
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Pitcairlie HouseNewburgh, Fife, KY14 6EU
Pitcairlie House is an historic category A listed property. Essentially Georgian in its present form, at its core is the 14th century tower. The house is constructed of stone under a mainly slate roof. It has a beautifully proportioned front façade. The interior includes a wealth of original feature...
Pitcairlie House is an historic category A listed property. Essentially Georgian in its present form, at its core is the 14th century tower. The house is constructed of stone under a mainly slate roof. It has a beautifully proportioned front façade. The interior includes a wealth of original features including moulded cornice work and fine wood panelling, window shutters, open fireplaces and bright well proportioned rooms. The bow ended reception rooms are particularly fine and are complemented by a large family kitchen with an Amdega conservatory off. There are stunning views over the parks, garden and surrounding countryside from all parts of the house. Outer and inner double doors open to the reception hall and dining hall which has an open fireplace with a marble mantel and hearth. A corridor leads to a barrel vaulted cloakroom with separate WC, and a barrel vaulted room fitted with seats and a bar. The large kitchen is partly wood panelled and retains the old servants bell box. It has a four oven new electric Aga, extensive fitted wall and floor units by Lesley Ann, a large walk-in pantry and a lift to the upper floors. French doors lead to a magnificent, large Amdega conservatory which has underfloor heating and overlooks the gardens. The back hall opens into the courtyard and to an office which links to the holiday apartments and to the swimming pool complex. The utility room houses a heat exchanger from the biomass boiler system. Upper Floors A stone staircase with wooden balustrade and handrail leads to the first floor. The drawing room is a stunning bow ended room in the French Rococo style with ornate cornicing, wood panelling to dado height, believed to date from the mid 18th century, and two display alcoves with cupboards below. The open fireplace has an elaborately carved chimneypiece and over mantel framing a pastoral scene in the Watteau-revival manner of D R Hay ...More neo-Watteau pastoral panels on the rest of the walls, all probably of 1833 (The Buildings of Scotland: Fife by John Gifford, pub. Penguin 1988). There are three bedrooms on this floor, all with their own bathroom or shower room. The stairs continue to the second floor which has four further bedrooms which are all en suite, an office and a linen store. The master bedroom, above the drawing room, is bow ended and has extensive fitted cupboards and a bathroom. A stone spiral staircase from Bedroom 4 leads up to a tower room and to the roof. On the third floor are a large bedroom/office, a gym, two store rooms and a tank room. The Apartments In the east wing and originally forming part of the main house are four apartments with independent access. Swimming Pool Complex To the rear of the house is a swimming pool complex with indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, two changing rooms and WC. Courtyard With access from the house is a courtyard with a bin store and general store. Gardens and Grounds The gardens which surround the house are mostly lawn with a green to the front of the house beside a fine copper beech tree. The garden to the rear of the house is a natural sun trap with lawns and a terrace leading down to a stream which has been dammed to create a pond. Within the grounds are a number of large mature trees and a Georgian ice house. The trees in leaf form a colourful backdrop as well as providing shelter and seclusion. A lime tree, seen from the bay window in the drawing room, has been reputed to be the largest in Scotland. The Land The land extends to about 99 acres and forms a stunning setting for the house. The present owner has grazed the majority of the policies with his own herd of Highland cattle. Many of the fields have been kept in grass to retain the parkland setting, and otherwise would be suitable for arable cropping. Much of the fencing has been renewed. The policies and parkland include a number of mature trees such as oak, beech, lime and sycamore as well as rhododendrons. Beside the driveway is a loch. A series of walkways and pathways have been made around the grounds. There are a useful new all-purpose machinery sheds including an estate office near the house, with garaging opposite. Pitcairlie Lodge The gate lodge is a single storey cottage built of stone under a tiled roof. The accommodation comprises sitting room, open plan dining hall, kitchen, two bedrooms, one with a shower, and a bathroom. It has gas fired central heating. Farmland To the north of the property are two arable fields extending to about 28 acres. A right of access will be granted to these fields from the B936. Photos taken between 2014-2017 Brochure prepared January 2019