Developers are being offered the opportunity to create a forest haven – by renovating a brownfield site, near to Bo’ness.
The site is providing buyers the chance to develop five quality homes – with planning permission in principle already in place.
Carriden Steadings in Muirhouses – has outline plans approved for restoration and conversion of three two storey and two one storey homes which will overlook open farmland and woodland while having access to nearby beaches.
On the market through Scottish Law Firm Gilson Gray the five plots will add to two already completed renovations to form a unique development.
Associate Director of Property Sales at Gilson Gray Property, Rob McGregor, said: “This site offers excellent potential given the close proximity to local amenities in both Bo’ness and Linlithgow as well as excellent transport links along the M9 to both Edinburgh and Stirling. From the semi-rural setting to the possibilities for conversion and restoration the development offers excellent potential.”
The five available plots will range from around 109 to 138 square metres and will offer the added flexibility of enclosed gardens with leafy outlooks and residents parking.
The newly extended east-to-west ‘John Muir Way’ stretches 215 kilometres (134 miles) from Argyll to East Lothian and pays homage to the Scottish conservationist who became a founder of the United States National Park Service.
Viewings of the development are by appointment only. To arrange a visit to the site contact Gilson Gray Property on 0131 516 5366.