This is a unique opportunity to purchase a fully serviced site with all relevant consents, associated plans and documents; substantial engineering works and ground works completed, in a highly desirable location adjacent to Dollar Glen with stunning views to the Ochil Hills in a much sought after town.
Consent has been granted for a one-off architect designed property that seamlessly blends old and new with sympathetic reference to the past through the incorporation of original, salvaged roofing features/details and a large quantity of stone for landscaping purposes. Number Two, Castle Road, Dollar Conservation Area was purchased in June 2018 as a cottage with L-shaped, flat roofed extension that had been derelict for some 12 Years, with no vehicular access.
Following a structural survey, the cottage was considered to be beyond economic repair or renovation. Consideration had to be given in the design process to maintaining the character of the Conservation Area. Plans were drawn up for recreating the original cottage using modern materials and the salvaged roof slates, chimney pots, skew putts and skew stones; with the addition of a distinct Zinc roofed and Larch clad extension.
Ridge height was raised by approximately 450mm. to make use of roof space as a study/snug and store with gallery overlooking the 1.5 height living space below. Low energy features have been included i.e. insulation, double/triple glazing, underfloor heating and air source heat pump to replace mains gas. Also, a facility for a future electric vehicle charging point.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
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