The site for the plots is in the heart of Bonawe village and enjoys a quiet and rural aspect. There is a prepared access road into the development and the successful purchaser will be responsible for their connecting driveway. The plots are on a level site.
The proposed dwellings are in two traditional Argyll styles:
Type A 3 proposed with accommodation comprising:
Front porch, leading to the hallway, lounge, kitchen, utility room, Cloakroom dining room/bedroom 4.
Bedroom 1, en-suite, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3 and family bathroom.
Type B 2 proposed with accommodation comprising:
Entrance hallway, leading into lounge, toilet, kitchen and dining room.
4 Bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and a family bathroom.
All the properties will have white rough cast walls, under a slate substitute roof tile. All windows and doors will be UPVC.
Detailed planning consent was granted for the erection of the 5 dwelling houses on 6th December 2004 (Ref: 04/02010/DET). A copy of this consent is included with these particulars.
The detailed Planning Consent currently held does not preclude the successful purchaser submitting plans of their own choice for detailed consent.
The plots are situated within easy commuting distance of Oban, yet in a peaceful and rural village setting.
With detailed Planning Consent already in place, these plots offer the successful purchaser an opportunity to self-build a traditional highland home in an ideal location, with a stunning backdrop of dramatic hills and only minutes from Loch Etive.
Within walking distance of the well-respected local primary school and with a regular bus service to Oban, these homes are ideal for a growing family. Alternatively, they offer the successful purchaser the opportunity to build and re-sell as an investment opportunity.
The Bonawe village was once centred around the workings of the nearby quarry, and today enjoys a thriving local community along the banks of Loch Etive. This corner of Argyll can offer stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and a wide variety of outdoor pursuits as well as tourist attractions and pleasant pubs, hotels and restaurants.
The local centre of Oban is approximately 12 miles from the village of Bonawe and provides a wide range of shops, services and professional offices. It is also the principal departure point for the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries which serve the Inner Hebridean Islands and some of the Outer Hebrides. A branch line of the Glasgow to Fort William main line serves Oban on a daily basis and the overnight sleeper to London may be joined at Tyndrum.