Situated on the picturesque island of Islay, the land North of Glenmachrie Farm is offered with planning permission in principle. The elevated, sea-view plots make for an excellent development opportunity to create a family home with far reaching views across the ocean to Northern Ireland.
The site is accessed via a private drive from the main road and is within easy commuting distance from the popular coastal villages of Port Ellen and Bowmore.
Two plots are available at this time however additional land may be available by separate negotiation. The size of each plot is listed below;
Plot 1 0.30 Acres (0.12 Ha)
Plot 2 0.24 Acres (0.10 Ha)
Planning Permission was granted on 23rd March 2018 for the construction of 3 dwelling houses with septic tank on land North of Glenmachrie Farm, Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, although only two plots are available at this time. More details on this can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website using reference 18/00811/PPP. Alternatively, details can be made available from the sole selling agents by request.
The building plots are situated four miles north of Port Ellen and six miles south of Bowmore, lying approximately 500 metres south of Islay Airport with access on private drive from the A846.
Port Ellen is the principal fishing port and ferry terminal on the island with pontoons available for yachts. The other terminal is 18 miles away at Port Askaig. Port Ellen offers shopping facilities, hotels, restaurants, Post Office, Doctors surgery, playing fields and a primary school.
The world famous, challenging golf links at Machrie are close by, as is the islands small airport operating daily flights to Glasgow.
Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Known as The Queen of the Hebrides, it lies in Argyll just south west of Jura and around 40 kilometres north of the Northern Irish coast. The islands capital is Bowmore where there is the distinctive round Kilarrow Parish Church and a distillery.
Bowmore has a charming small village character and with plenty of amenities for the locals and visitors alike. It is in Bowmore pupils complete their Secondary studies at Islay High School whilst the village itself offers a good variety of shops, hotels and restaurants, two banks, Post Office, swimming pool with fitness centre, primary school and the islands primary Gaelic unit.