£117,500 Fixed price


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • n/a Bathrooms


  • Architect plans designed to maximise space and light
  • Bright entrance hall with a WC
  • By Loch Leven & Lomond Hills Regional Park
  • Equally generous kitchen/dining room
  • Expansive
  • Generous wraparound gardens
  • Incredibly scenic location
  • Naturally-lit landing with storage
  • Private double driveway
  • Supplemented by a utility room
  • triple-aspect sitting room

Property Details

FINAL OPPORUNITY to acquire a substantial plot for sale in the picturesque village of Kinnesswood.  Complete with approved planning permission for a 3 bedroom detached house, this is a rare opportunity to purchase land to create your new home situated in an incredibly scenic location.

The Planning reference number is 21/00580/FLL.  The plot will be serviced water , drainage and electricity. (Full Planning and Building Warrant packages available)

Situated in the picturesque village of Kinnesswood, nestled between the Lomond Hills Regional Park and Loch Leven, this is an exciting and rare opportunity to purchase a substantial plot in an incredibly scenic location. Furthermore, it boasts approved planning permission for a stunning, three-bedroom, two-bathroom (plus WC), detached house that is designed to maximise space and light, whilst retaining a double driveway and landscaped wraparound gardens. 

With a natural stone and white rendered façade, the approved home has a stylish and sympathetic design that is perfectly in character of its idyllic setting. Inside, a bright entrance hall will welcome you in, providing a convenient WC. On the left, the living room spans the entire depth of the property, enjoying an expansive footprint for a wide assortment of furniture. It also features a cupboard for on-hand storage and triple-aspect glazing with patio doors to the garden. On the opposite side of the hall is the equally generous kitchen and dining room. Here, there will be ample space for a family dining table, creating the perfect setup for dinner parties and socialising whilst cooking. The kitchen has been arranged in a U-shape and will provide excellent cabinet storage and sweeping worksurfaces, further enhancing the contemporary layout. It will also provide alternate access to outside. An adjacent utility room supplements the kitchen, offering a quiet place for laundry. From the hall, a staircase will lead up to a naturally-lit landing (with storage) on the first floor, allowing additional light into the home. The three double bedrooms extend from here, including the spacious principal bedroom which boasts dual-aspect windows and a large walk-in wardrobe, as well as the luxury of an en-suite shower room.

The other two bedrooms, one also enjoying a dual aspect, both come with fitted wardrobes. A family bathroom with a three-piece suite completes the proposed accommodation.

Externally, generous wraparound gardens will frame the home, incorporating a large lawn and patio areas for relaxing and dining in the sun – perfect for the entire family. In addition, off-street parking is via a double driveway.

Kinnesswood Local Area

Flanked by Loch Leven and the sublime Lomond Hills Regional Park, the peaceful village of Kinnesswood truly offers the best of two worlds: an idyllic semi-rural lifestyle with spectacular scenery and a highly convenient setting, within easy reach of a wide choice of amenities. The village is home to a convenience store, a petrol station, and a fantastic local golf course, with a traditional pub and a farm shop also nearby. For more extensive shopping facilities that cater to all your daily needs, the two towns of Kinross and Glenrothes are both roughly 10 minutes away by car, where you can find numerous supermarkets, high-street favourites, and lots of bars, restaurants, and takeaways. Kinnesswood is a superb base for exploring the picturesque surroundings, with various hiking and cycling routes on its doorstep. In addition, there are lots of water sports available at Loch Leven, including kayaking and canoeing, as well as boat trips and diverse wildlife watching opportunities, the loch being a recognised site for water birds. Furthermore, it is home to additional walking trials for all ages and capabilities. The village really is a haven for those who enjoy the great outdoors.

Kinnesswood has its own primary school, with secondary education available nearby at Kinross High School. The location is also within easy travelling distance to a number of independent schools including Dollar Academy, Kilgraston, Strathallan and Craigclowan Preparatory School.

Well-connected by established road links, including the M90, it is only 30 minutes by car to Perth, and the city centres of both Dundee and Edinburgh are under an hour’s drive away. There are a couple of train stations also close by at Lochgelly and Glenrothes for travelling across Scotland and beyond.


Please note that all images and text are for information only. They do not constitute any form of guarantee or contract. We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us.

Council tax band: X,

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