Plots At ArdbrecknishArdbrecknish, Dalmally, Argyll, PA33 1BH
Offers Over £350,000
- 4 plots with outline planning consent for a residential property on each plot
- Further outline planning consent to form a bellmouth and access from the adopted road
- Rural location with easy access to main road from Dalmally to Inveraray
- Panoramic views over Loch Awe
- About 1.34 Ha (3.3 Acres) in total
DESCRIPTIONThe plots are situated off Lochaweside Road in Ardbrecknish, close to the main road from Dalmally to Inveraray. The site has been split into 4 large plots and outline planning consent has been granted for a residential property on each site with further outline planning consent granted to form a bellmouth and access from the adopted road. The site enjoys panoramic loch views which are uninterrupted due to their elevated position.PLANNINGThe planning information for Plots 1-4 is set out below:Outline planning consent for the 4 building plots (Argyll and Bute Council Planning refs: 21/00581/PPP, 21/000582/PPP, 21/583/PPP and 21/00584/PPP.Outline planning consent for the formation of a bellmouth and access to the site from the road reference: 22/00388/PP.GENERALThe countryside around the site is known for its natural beauty and extensive wildlife including pine martens, deer, otters and numerous species of bird including harriers, eagles and osprey. It is also a popular area for walking and cycling while nearby Loch Awe offers fishing, boating and kayaking. Close to the site is the 16th century former manor house, Ardbrecknish House, with an attractive bar open to the public. Also within easy access, is the village of Dalmally, offering a range of amenities including a medical practice, pharmacy, general store with post office, primary school and golf club. Further south of Loch Awe is the historic and very picturesque town of Inveraray, seat of the Duke of Argyll. The town offers a range of restaurants and cafés and a number of well known visitor attractions including the famous Inveraray Jail. Along the loch is St. Conan’s Kirk and on a peninsula the dramatic ruins of Kilchurn Castle. The area also benefits from excellent road and rail connections with Dalmally serviced by its own railway station linking it to Glasgow and the popular West Coast town of Oban. Oban offers a wide range of shops and supermarkets, cafés and a leisure centre. From Oban’s harbour, regular ferry services operate throughout the year to the Inner and Outer IslesSERVICESThere are no services to the site and the cost of installation will be borne by the Purchaser(s).