Land at Rose Cottage
The Gash, New Pitsligo, Fraserburgh, AB43

Land at Rose Cottage, The Gash
New Pitsligo,Fraserburgh,AB43

Guide price:£79,000
Ends 15th August 2022 at 3PM
  • Council Tax Band:Unknown
  • 1.266 Acres of Land
  • Aberdeenshire planning ref: APP/2013/2679
  • Full planning in place for a 6 bed detached house
  • Stunning countryside views
  • under 3 miles to Fraserburgh
  • Pre-auction offers welcomed.


Tenure: Freehold

This 1.266 acre plot is situated 2.8 mile outside the fishing town of Fraserburgh in the rural hamlet of Gash. Fraserburgh offers a large range of shops, supermarkets, convenience stores, bank, restaurants, primary and secondary schools. There are countryside walks right on your doorstep through Philorth Woods or on the old railway line which leads to Fraserburgh beach.

The plot of land has fixed planning permission from Aberdeenshire Council for a 6 bedroom uniquely designed detached house with large garage. The existing building has been demolished ready for the rebuild. Fresh water supply is currently installed and a Percolation Test and Drainage Report carried out. The access road to the plot has been widened and reinforced so heavy vehicles can access the site.

Rose Cottage has stunning countryside views and due to planning would be the last house to be built around that area. The plot covers 1.266 acres of land. Viewing is highly recommended. Application Reference No: APP/2013/2679.

Photos provided by seller

In the event of an offer being accepted the following charges will be payable immediately:-

Buyers Fee £3,000

Deposit to the sum of 10% of the sale price (subject to a minimum of £3,000)


EPC rating: A. Council tax band: X, Tenure: Freehold,




Beautiful Capital City of Scotland is a popular tourist and business destination all year round.  The property market in this fine Festival City has consistently remained buoyant for a good number of years and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down at any time soon.  Edinburgh is our hub for both the city and all surrounding areas from the scenic Scottish Borders to the commuter towns of and picturesque villages of Fife.


The wonderful City of Discovery has enjoyed a regeneration in recent years with the waterfront development on the banks of the Firth of Tay estuary at the heart of it.  Dundee benefits from a large Student population ensuring rental properties, in particular,  are always popular.  Moving south from Dundee is the Fair City of Perth while going the other direction North of Dundee you have the birthplace of Scotland, Angus.


The Granite City, as it is affectionately called, is a vibrant city with a large student population.  The city has benefited from the Oil industry with a number of large businesses headquarters being based there.  The Aberdeenshire area boasts some of the best beaches and coastal walks in the country.  With the rise in popularity of Staycations the rural settings of Aberdeenshire villages are sure to be popular in the coming years.