Development opportunity
For sale
Colliston Inn, Arbroath, Angus, DD11 3RP

Freehold
£POA
Colliston Inn, Arborath
Residential Development Site

An excellent opportunity to purchase a residential development site with permission for the conversion of the existing public house to form an impressive residential unit and the formation of three generous plots within the adjoining grounds.

• Attractive semi-rural Residential Development opportunity,
• Site extending to approximately 0.8 acres (0.3 hectares),
• Planning permission for development granted on 11 June 2020 in conditional approval reference 20/00090/FULL

• Commutable from both Dundee and Aberdeen

Arbroath: 3 miles
Forfar: 12 miles
Dundee: 15 miles
Aberdeen: 50 miles
All distances approximate

Situation
The site at Colliston Inn enjoys roadside frontage to the A933 within the charming village of Colliston located approximately 3 miles northwest of Arbroath. Panoramic views over the surrounding countryside exist to the east and west.
The site is accessible to commuters from major employment centres such as Dundee and Aberdeen, with travel distances of approximately 15 miles and 50 miles respectively. In addition, the region hosts numerous other populous town and towns offering employment opportunities and amenities within easy reach.

The nearby town of Arbroath is the main service centre for the area, offering a range of superstores and shopping options, restaurants, healthcare facilities and primary and secondary schooling.

Colliston itself benefits from a primary school and is serviced by direct bus routes to Forfar and Arbroath. The national rail network is accessible in Arbroath offering convenient onward travel.

Description
The site is currently occupied by the Colliston Inn, an impressive stone built Georgian structure with generous accommodation throughout the public and residential areas of the building. A later extension has been added to the south to increase the commercial space available.
The second storey of the Inn is currently in residential use and boasts spacious accommodation typical of the period.
A timber self-catering holiday lodge is located to the west of the site with a spacious carpark and grassed areas forming the remainder.

The site extends to around 0.8 acres (0.3 hectares) in total.
Planning

The site benefits from planning permission for the redevelopment of the existing public house and the erection of three additional dwellings.

Further details can be accessed online via Angus Council planning portal using reference 20/00090/FULL.

Services
The site is currently serviced by mains gas, electricity and water. The existing buildings are serviced by a private sewage system.

Rateable Values
Colliston Inn has a rateable value of £12,700 with the self-catering unit attracting a rateable value of £2,400. The residential flat occupying the upper floor of the public house is council tax Band B. A Home Report for the flat is available on request.

Viewing
Strictly by prior agreement with the selling agents. Please see property brochure for more details.

Directions
The site is accessed from the A933 (Forfar Road) from both north and south and is located centrally within the village. Colliston Inn is clearly signposted from the road.

Plans and Areas
These are based on Ordnance Survey data and are for reference only. They have been checked by the Selling Agents and the purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property and any error or misstatements shall not annul the sale nor entitle either party to compensation in respect thereof.

Closing Date
A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents. Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest in the property is formally noted, no guarantee can be given that notice of a closing date will be advised and consequently the property may be sold without prior notice.

Offers
Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Perth office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implication of offering under Scottish Law. The seller reserves the right not to accept the highest or indeed any offer.





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