Brownieside Road, Plains, Airdrie


    Offers Over £75,000

Property Type: Land

Property Summary

An excellent residential/investment development opportunity for the erection of one detached 2 storey dwelling on a good sized site located to the southern side of the Lanarkshire village of Plains.

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Property Description

Description
The site is located to the eastern side of the Lanarkshire village of Plains. The site is on the southern side of the Main Street and lies back to back with the Glasgow/Edinburgh Argyll rail line. The site is generally level and well fenced with a substantial screening treatment between the site and the rail line. The site extends to approximately 0.61 acres.

Outline consent has been granted for the erection of a single detached two storey dwelling house on a good sized site.
Planning Ref: 17/00845/PPP

Situation
Brownieside Road is located on the southern side of the Glasgow Edinburgh railway line that runs through the Lanarkshire village of Plains which is near the town of Airdrie. Plains has local shops and services that cater for everyday needs and requirements.

Airdrie town centre is about is about 2.6 miles west from the centre of Plains and Glasgow City Centre is about 18.5 miles further west.

The town of Airdrie is built up of circa 36,000 people in the central belt of Scotland UK. Situated close to Glasgow and Edinburgh it is ideally placed to explore Scotland’s two great cities.

Airdrie is well positioned for commuting, with a comprehensive motorway network giving swift commuting access to all major towns and cities in Scotland and the south. Drumgelloch & Airdrie railway stations are 1.4 & 2.6 miles respectively with regular services to both Glasgow & Edinburgh.

The site itself is well placed for both Airdrie and Coatbridge town centres and a full choice of amenities including a wide range of supermarkets, shops, bars, restaurants, sports and recreational facilities. Monklands Hospital is 3.9 mile away and there is a choice of excellent primary and secondary schooling, further higher education is easily accessed at Stirling, Glasgow & Edinburgh.

Airdrie town centre and the Boundary shopping village are all within easy reach and offer a wide array of local and national facilities. The district is well served by supermarkets with most of the leading brands servicing Airdrie.

Travel links are wide and varied, with frequent local bus and train services, and good road networks providing fast motor car access to Glasgow, central Scotland and beyond via the nearby M8, M73 and M74 motorway corridors.

Glasgow city centre is 19.3 miles away and, as with most major cities, benefits from a thriving retail sector and a full range of professional and leisure services. Glasgow International Airport is 27.7 miles to the west and offers a steadily increasing number of domestic, European and long-haul destinations.

In Scotland one is never too far from a golf course and Airdrie is no exception, Airdrie golf course and Easter Moffat golf courses are within easy striking distance.

Airdrie leisure centre is 2.2 miles away and 22 miles away is the Braehead Soar leisure centre with its cinema, indoor skiing, boarding, bowling and climbing wall, all situated at the Braehead retail village.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow City Centre proceed out heading East on the M8. Take sliproad right to M8 towards Carlisle / Edinburgh / Stirling. At junction Chapelhall Junction, take sliproad left, at roundabout, take 1st exit on to B802, at roundabout, take 2nd exit on to B799 / Bo'Ness Road, at roundabout, take 1st exit, turn left on to A73 / Main Street, at roundabout, take 3rd exit on to A89 / Forrest Street, arrive at A89 / Main Street on the left hand side.

Local Authorities
North Lanarkshire Council. Tel: 01698 302 222.

Services
It is understood that mains services are close by. It will be the purchaser’s responsibility to apply, pay for and arrange main services connections.

Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.