The property comprises a block of approximately 60 acres which formerly comprised the Ardteatle Plantation. Planning consent was granted under references 06/01561/OUT and 12/02405/PP for the construction of a Scot's Baronial style castle together with a detached traditionally designed garage.
The planning consent has been formally implemented and the local authority have confirmed that a meaningful start has been
made, triggering the consent in perpetuity. The house site sits in an elevated position and is accessed via double gates over a sweeping access drive.
Work was undertaken to create the roadside access and to lay the base of the drive, currently offering a hard access track to the site.
From the house site there are panoramic views in all directions overlooking Loch Awe, Ben Cruachan, and Ben More in the distance. The property offers buyers the truly unique opportunity to create a new landmark building in a spectacular setting.
The plot is located in a spectacular elevated position looking out over Loch Awe and is accessed from the A819 Inveraray road. The house site itself sits close to the centre of the block of land which is principally comprised of current and former forestry plantations, bounded to the north west by the public road, and to the west by a burn.
Loch Awe Village and the village of Dalmally both lie under 7 miles away, with local shops and mainline railway stations on the Oban to Glasgow line.