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St Catherine's is a beautiful village set on the shores of Loch Fyne overlooking Inveraray Castle, home to the Duke of Argyll. The village is neighboring the village of Strachur which is 20 miles north of Dunoon, Strachur offers a shop and post office with tea room, primary school, GP surgery, petrol station and various hotels ad public bars.
Dunoon is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsula of Argyll and yet within just over an hours commute distance to the centre of Glasgow. Argyll ferries ferries run a service from Dunoon pier to Gourock pier with connecting train service to Glasgow central station. Western Ferries run a more frequent service from nearby Hunters Quay, Kirn to McInroys Point,Gourock with connecting bus service to Glasgow. Dunoon offers a variety of shops and restaurants, General Post Office, well renowned Grammar school, various primary schools and nursery, 18 hole golf course, two supermarkets, leisure centre and cinema. This building plot is in a stunning location with planning permission in principle for a three bedroom one and a half storey house. Also with planning in principle for a detached garage/studio with wc and shower. Foundations are complete and services on site. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or require anymore information on this site.
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