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Building plot for sale located within this mature location in the popular coastal town of Skelmorlie. Located to the south west of the grounds of Tigh Geal, 13 Montgomerie Terrace. The build will face west and encompasses fine Firth Of Clyde views. Outline planning permission granted for a single or one and a half storey dwelling with an approx. frontage of 23 m x 30m depth.
Skelmorlie is a small coastal village which offers village amenities and primary schooling. Those seeking independent schooling can find this in Glasgow and Kilmacolm. For the commuter Skelmorlie offers an ideal base to access all major road networks and is in close proximity to both international airports at Glasgow and Prestwick. Train services are also available at close by Wemyss Bay and Largs direct to Glasgow Central Station and destinations further afield.
Building plot for sale located within this mature location in the popular coastal town of Skelmorlie, The build will face west and encompasses fine Firth Of Clyde views. Outline planning permission granted for a single or one and a half storey dwelling with an approx. frontage of 23 m x 30m depth.
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