£199,995 Offers over
This imposing building is situated in a prominent position on the Shore Road, Port Bannatyne with uninterrupted sea views, providing an excellent location for the development of luxury apartments. (Subject to obtaining all necessary consents)
Full planning permission and listed building consent currently granted.
The property retains many of its attractive original features, with stunning stained glass windows, original arched roof beams, floral shaped windows providing light throughout with the bell tower still in working order.
The town of Rothesay is the principal town on the Isle of Bute in the council region of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It can be reached by ferry from Wymess Bay which offers an onward rail link to Glasgow, by road there is access to the M8 motorway to Glasgow and beyond, while also being accessible from Colintraive which is just a short drive from Dunoon, the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond &Trossachs National Park, Rothesay lies along the coast of the Firth of Clyde and remains a popular resort for both holiday makers and retirement.
Detailed drawings and plans available on application.
Listing Buildings Consent Ref: 12/01686/LIB
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