Plot and 5 acre paddock, Seaview Road, Cummingston, IV30 5YU

£220,000 Offers Over - Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Land, Plot
  • Availability: Sold
  • Outside Space: Acreage

Property Summary

Most of us, at some time, have dreamt of living by the sea, waking up to beautiful, expansive views of the water, or sitting in the evening watching the constant motion of the sea – in sunshine or storms.

Sitting on the beautiful Moray Coast, with a temperate climate, small fishing villages and a stunning mix of white beaches and rocky outcrops, it is hard to imagine a more idyllic plot, let alone a building plot with an adjacent 5-acre paddock.

In a stunning, elevated position, the level building plot with services adjacent, sits on Seaview Road, with 5-acre paddock stretching from the building plot to the old railway line, now a walking/cycling track, running along the seashore.  The plot, measuring circa 40m x 39m, is the last plot available in this area. Approximately 50% wider than the adjacent properties, it fully serviced, with water, electricity, telephone, sewerage and mains drainage to the front of the property.  The adjacent, impressive homes were built by Tullochs of Cummingston, renowned for building high quality homes.

The paddock, with ample space to build stables (subject to appropriate planning consents), a riding arena, or grow vegetables or trees, gently slopes towards the shore and is well draining. Good cover along the borders is provided by mature gorse and brush. The 180 degrees views from the property, provide stunning vistas across the Moray Firth to the hills of Caithness. The ability to watch the Northern Lights, dolphins, seals and orcas in the Moray Firth, and the most incredible sunsets is truly unsurpassed.

Owning the land in front of the plot, and indeed in front of the adjacent plots, ensures that any potential purchaser can secure their open views of the sea, for generations to come.

Cummingston is a quiet village within walking distance of both Burghead and Hopeman. Burghead and Hopeman are both historic fishing villages with character harbours, shops, cafes and pubs, popular with holidaymakers and full-time residents alike.  Primary schools are available in Burghead and Hopeman and secondary schools in Lossiemouth and Elgin. Approximately 2 hours from Aberdeen International airport and less than an hour from Inverness International airport, with daily flights to London and Europe. The A96, running between Aberdeen and Inverness is approximately ten minutes from Cummingston, with train services available in both Elgin and Forres.