Watch PropertyDevelopment Site, 71 Jessie Street, Blairgowrie PH10 6BP
Plot - Around £225,000
The site extends to approximately 0.253 acres and is situated in a central location close to the town centre.
- Former Dairy Premises
- Approximately 0.253 Acres
- Planning Consent for
- Res Development
- Mains Services
- PSPC Ref: 956247
Watson & Lyall Bowie
Tel: 01828 628395
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Blairgowrie, Alyth, Coupar Angus, Rattray, Newtyle
The towns and villages of Strathmore are deeply rooted in the rolling, fertile landscape of Strathmore.
Blairgowrie, still regarded as the soft fruit capital of Scotland, is the biggest town in Perthshire and inextricably linked with the community of Rattray which has grown up on the opposite bank of the fast flowing River Ericht. They were united in 1929 by an Act of Parliament but maintain their own distinct identities.
The heart of the town is the picture postcard Wellmeadow and the riverside location was responsible for a 19th Century textile industry. Mansions and other properties built for Dundee "Jute Barons" continue to cast an allure for contemporary buyers.
Just four miles away is the historic abbey town of Coupar Angus, overlooking the River Isla, while Alyth, where old drovers' roads merged, is within five miles.
Both Perth and Dundee are easily accessible, while the grid plan village of Newtyle is just 11 miles from the City of Discovery.