The plots are situated in the attractive village of St Catherine's, facing west over Loch Fyne to the picturesque town of Inveraray and its surrounding hills and glens. There is Scottish National Heritage woodland behind the plots which is deemed a site of Specific Scientific Interest (SSI). This woodland also features a waterfall.
The plots are 0.37 & 0.34 acres respectively and benefit from having had significant groundworks completed already, giving the purchaser a head start in their building project. Drainage tunnels have been dug, electricity & water ducts are in place, a pavement has been completed and the access road is tar sealed at the entrance point.
The subjects will comprise individual plots with rights of access over a new road created by the seller. Each plot title will be subject to a Deed of Conditions. This will govern common responsibilities, burdens, and reservations.
Plot 1 0.37 acres
Plot 2 0.34 acres
The plots have the benefit of planning permission in principle with the reference numbers; 16/03148/PPP (Plot 1) and 16/03146/PPP (Plot 2). Consent has been granted to erect one dwelling house per plot and the council has also approved reserved matters (reference 08/00937/REM) being the formation of vehicular access and installation of two septic tanks.
In order to satisfy the conditions contained in the planning consents a topographical survey and tree survey have been carried out and the road and footways plans have been approved and installed. The SEPA foul and water surface registration has also been completed.
The plots are available at Offers Over £65,000 each.
The area offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits including cycle routes, challenging hill climbs, walks and several golf courses. The popular Cowal Way stretches from Portavadie in the west and travels eastward for 31 miles through some of the most dramatic and picturesque sea and landscapes on the west coast. Loch Fyne is a popular area for diving and fishing, and some of the local estates allow stalking by arrangement. For sailors, the sea lochs of the west of Scotland offer safe anchorages as well as spectacular coastal sailing; there are marina and chandlery services at Rhu, Inverkip and Dunoon.
Primary schooling is available in the neighbouring village of Strachur which also has local shops and services that cater for most everyday needs and requirements. A well-established secondary school is located approximately 23 miles away in the town of Dunoon. The A82 and A83 provide access to central Scotland. Glasgow Airport can be reached in just over an hour via a scenic drive along Loch Lomondside. The nearby village of Arrochar has a main line rail station with a regular service to and from Glasgow city centre.