£60,000 Offers over
A rare opportunity to purchase a large building plot with planning permission to erect a dwelling house with integral garage on the Land North of 5 Crawford Lane, Kirn, Argyll &Bute. The location of the plot is on the outskirts of a quiet residential area close to Cowal Golf Course.
Plot size is approx .393 acres (.1591ha)
The plot can be located by driving up James Street from Marine Parade and turning right into George Street, Hunters Quay, 200 yards along George Street turn left into the lane and the plot is marked by the For Sale sign.
Planning Permission Ref:- 10/00430/PP
Hunters Quay is a desirable village of impressive properties set along the shorelines of the Firth of Clyde. It is close to the bustling town of Dunoon, which has a variety of shops and restaurants, a cinema, swimming pool and hospital. The Holy Loch Marina is nearby and the area has three golf courses, sailing clubs, tennis courts, outdoor bowling clubs as well as one indoor bowling club
Dunoon is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and yet within just over an hour's commuting distance to the center of Glasgow. Glasgow Airport is about one hour away. Argyll Ferries run a half hourly service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central, and Western Ferries run a more frequent service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point. McGill's run a bus service from Dunoon to Buchanan Street bus station Glasgow. The town has a modern leisure center, two supermarkets, a variety of individual shops, restaurants and a cinema
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