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An extremely appealing residential building plot in Gartness on the edge of Killearn. Circa 0.5 Acres and with Outline Planning Permission granted for the erection of a one and a half storey dwelling house with magnificent uninterrupted rural views both North and Southwards towards the Campsies. It is rare for such developments to be granted planning in the Endrick Valley and the proposed property will offer the incoming client an outstanding opportunity to design and build to their own specification in an enviable location.
Gartness is well placed for access to the village of Killearn with amenities including a bank, butcher, chemist, Co-Op, Spar and post office. Killearn has an excellent primary school with secondary schooling to be found at Balfron High. A bus service operates through the village to both Glasgow and Stirling. Due to the property's rural location and its close proximity to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, there are some superb recreational pursuits on offer, including walking, fishing and shooting on the local estates.
Land/Paddock, Rural, 0.5 Acres
An outstanding opportunity in an enviable location.
On the edge of Killearn, a prime plot of circa 0.5 acres
Outline Planning Permission granted
Uninterrupted rural views towards the Campsies.
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