Watch PropertyThe Walled Garden, Tealing House, Huntingfaulds Road, Tealing DD4 0QZ
Plot - Offers Over £450,000
There is conditional planning consent for the creation of six dwellings. Rural setting within 5 miles north of Dundee
- Rural Setting
- Walled Garden
- Cat C. Listed
- Consent 6 Dwellings
- Close to A90
- Near Dundee, Forfar
- Approximately 1.62 Acres
- Tenure: Freehold
- TSPC Ref: 133597
Tel: 01382 200099
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By Dundee - Bridgefoot, Strathmartine, Tealing, Inveraldie, Shielhill
To the north of Dundee are several Angus villages, or communities which are little more than hamlets.
Strathmartine may be familiar on account of its former orphanage and hospital but the history behind its name is certainly colourful. The village is named after a mystical dragon slayer and, on a similar theme, a boulder at nearby Bridgefoot marks the spot where the creature is said to have met its fate.
The Howe of Strathmartine, dissected by the Dichty Burn, enjoys a reputation for top quality farmland and agriculture has long played an integral role in the economy of the district.
Nestling at the foot of the Sidlaw hills, Tealing, the "Gateway to Angus," is one of the bigger communities - topping 500 residents - and it enjoys a local hall and primary school. Naturally, residents look to Dundee for the full range of big city amenities.