Harry Graham of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said:

This site offers a rare opportunity to purchase land in a unique setting at the head of the sea loch in an exceptionally scenic area, much-loved by tourists. The land includes an area developed as a car park and potentially offers the opportunity for alternative development, subject to the necessary planning permissions.

There are spectacular views along Loch Long and beyond, and Arrochar is renowned as the gateway to the Argyll Forest Park. The land is directly accessed from the A83 and offers long-term income generation potential.

The land at Arrochar is situated at the tip of Loch Long and  approximately two miles from the village of Tarbet which sits on the banks of Loch Lomond, a renowned tourist spot. The property benefits from excellent access directly onto the A83 which joins the A82 leading into the centre of Glasgow.

The site extends to approximately 1.74 hectares (4.30 acres) in total, with approximately 1.00 hectares (2.47 acres) of amenity grassland and loch frontage that provide spectacular views over Loch Long and beyond. The car park has a range of car parking spaces interspersed with areas of woodland.

The hills on the west side of the head of Loch Long are known as the Arrochar Alps and have long been popular with climbers and walkers.

The land is for sale as a whole for offers over £150,000 through Galbraith.