£95,000 Offers around
This plot (s) is situated in the much sought after village of Kilmun, set within the National Park,the plot is situated on the shores of the Holy Loch.
The Plot is conveniently close to the Cothouse Service station with its small, but excellent supermarket and there is a regular bus service to and from Dunoon. The Pier Bistro at Kilmun is situated in the center of the village and has a renounced reputation for good food. Kilmun Church has historic connections and there is a Primary school in the adjoining village of Strone. There is a nine-hole golf course situated on the hill behind the villages of Strone and Blairmore and excellent sailing facilities on the Holy Loch with the Holy Loch Sailing Club and water sports at the Marina located in nearby Sandbank. The famous Younger Botanic Gardens are situated approximately three miles away at Benmore.
The Ground has had planning for two house plots although this has expired
the owners would consider offers subject to planning consents Fantastic Value for a superb plot by the River Eachaig which has excellent fishing (permits required)
For Any further information please contact
Marco Pellicci 0141 258 1200
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