Plot 1, Cossack Wood, Craigellachie AB38 9SL
Located within the historic county of Moray.
Plot 1 extends to approximately 4318 sq. metres (1.07 acres).
Planning consent has been obtained for a detached dwelling house on site. The plot has been partially cleared of trees and commencement of the development has validated the planning consent.
We are pleased to present an excellent opportunity to acquire an outstanding residential Plot in a much sought-after rural location within the heart of Speyside.
Plot 1, Cossack Wood is located off the B9102 road, within close proximity to the quiet and peaceful village of Archiestown. The Plot is sheltered by mature woodland to the South, and enjoys unrestricted countryside views to the North.
Elgin (about 15 miles from the site) is the principal town in the County of Moray and has a wide range of amenities, including various major supermarkets, a library, a good selection of independent shops, various sporting and recreational facilities and a train station providing direct links to the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness.
The historic County of Moray is famed for its mix of terrain which includes mountains, beautiful beaches, ancient woodland, wonderful rivers and wildlife. The area offers excellent leisure and recreational opportunities, including golf courses, water sports, riding, shooting, and fishing (including salmon fishing on the magnificent River Spey). The wild upland areas to the South (including the Cairngorms National Park) provide opportunities for skiing and mountain climbing. For the sailing enthusiast, the marinas at Lossiemouth and Findhorn offer excellent facilities. The County is known for its plethora of wonderful Distilleries which produce malt whisky. Plot 1 is within walking distance of the famous Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre. The renowned "Whisky Trail' and 'Speyside Way' are located nearby. Plot 1 is located within one of Scotland's most interesting Counties with many hidden ancient monuments, castles, and areas of historical, ecological and archaeological significance. The Cairngorm National Park and Culloden Moor are within easy driving distance.
Plot 1 extends to 4318 sqm (1.07 acres) and benefits from Planning Permission (reference number 13/00648/AMC). The Plot has been partially cleared of trees and commencement of the development has validated the planning consent for a detached three-bedroom dwelling comprising of:- lounge, kitchen, study area, utility room, bathroom, shower room, master bedroom, a further two bedrooms and a driveway. A copy of the permitted consent and the plans can be obtained by contacting the Grigor & Young Property Shop on or by logging on to the Moray Council Planning Portal or contacting the Council direct (The Moray Council, Council Offices, High Street, Elgin, Moray) on
Purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the availability and quality of all services. Foul drainage will be to a private facility which will need to satisfy all necessary statutory requirements. Mains electricity and mains water are located close by, with broadband being available in the area.
Unrestricted viewing is available at the Plot and we request prior notification to any viewing taking place and would be grateful if prospective purchasers would consider neighbouring proprietors, and respect their privacy at all times.