The Prime Building Plot is situated in a slightly elevated position enjoying a stunning outlook over some of Scotland's finest scenery. The site extends to approximately 0.38 acres (0.154 hectares), and benefits from an installed septic tank, private water and undergrounded electricity. Other services are available nearby for connection.
Planning permission in principle was granted on 1st February 2018 for the erection of a dwelling house, a septic tank and soakaway. Further details can be found in the planning section of the Argyll and Bute Council website, https://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/home using reference 17/02999/PPP, and copies of relevant documents are available upon application to the sole selling agents.
Accessed via a shared private access off the public road, the plot is situated in the settlement of Ardbrecknish, close to the local facilities and amenities in Dalmally, Inveraray and the main central hub of Oban. Loch Awe is one of the most famous lochs in Scotland with over 60 miles of shoreline. It is the longest freshwater loch in Britain measuring 26 miles long set in some of the most outstanding scenery in the Highlands, Glen Coe being just over an hour away.
Loch Awe holds the Brown Trout record at 31lb 12oz and is renowned for trout and pike fishing. Launch and mooring facilities are only 400 yards away. There are many historical sites dotted around its shores including several ruined castles with the most famous being Kilchurn to the northern end and many interesting islands with Innishail, the Burial Isle for the Dukes of Argyll easily accessible.
Dalmally has a thriving Primary School, modern Health Centre, Pharmacy, Post Office, Train Station and Church.
Oban, to the west, is a busy town which offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities, as well as a very good range of bars and restaurants. Oban also has a number of primary schools, a high school, a medical centre, a modern hospital and churches of various denominations.
It is known as the "Gateway to the Isles" with an attractive sea front and busy harbour from which the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries operate serving most of the inner Hebridean islands as well as two of the outer Hebridean islands. A railway station lies adjacent to the ferry terminal. The line serves Glasgow and beyond and services run on a regular basis.