£325,000 Guide price
All formal offers are to be submitted to our office from a Scottish Solicitor by THURSDAY 18TH MARCH 2021, 12pm NOON via fax or email.
The Studio is a modern barn conversion which has been utilised as an artist's studio since it was developed in 2010. With planning in place to allow the Studio to be converted to a residential property, a potential purchaser has the opportunity to create their own home with the layout and style to suit their needs and budget.
The Studio is a larch clad building which extends over two floors. With 116 sqm on the main ground floor level this space is currently utilised as an open plan workshop. The lower ground floor level extends to 100 sqm, and is used for storage.
Entering into a large hallway, double doors lead into the main studio area. The Studio already benefits from a modern air source heat pump providing underfloor heating on both levels, superior insulation and has modern double-glazed windows and doors and it is also fitted with a modern kitchen and wet room. There are an abundance of windows offering light and framing the views, with a large balcony enjoying some of Arran's most spectacular sunsets.
To put this all into perspective, our illustrations demonstrate how simple it would be to convert this building into a three-bedroom home. The creation of a home, such as the layout suggested, has been calculated by a reputable local builder, and a quote can be supplied upon request.
The location of this building is quite stunning on the outskirts of Shiskine village, the Studio sits in a delightful rural setting heading towards the bustling village of Blackwaterfoot - with 360-degree views showing the true character of Arran. The westerly aspect has clear uninterrupted views extending from Campbeltown to the south, and all the way to Goat Fell in the north.
The idyllic setting and feeling of peace make this a very desirable location for a home.
The Studio is connected to mains electricity, water with drainage to a septic tank. There is underfloor heating throughout, by way of the air source heating pump located in the ground floor, and this system also supplies the hot water. As the EPC demonstrates, this is a highly efficient property.
The Studio is in the outskirts of the village of Shiskine, within a short walk of the local primary school and the community health centre. The secondary school for the island is in Lamlash to which pupils travel by bus each day. Blackwaterfoot village, less than a mile from The Studio, is well serviced with a grocer, artisan bakery, a butcher shop and a garage amongst others. The Best Western Kinloch Hotel with its leisure facilities, the famous 12-hole golf course, tennis courts and bowling green are also located in Blackwaterfoot. The area is known locally as the 'Shiskine Valley Community' and embraces Arran life with its many clubs and events. Brodick is just a 15-minute drive from Shiskine in the other direction, making Shiskine the ideal location for anyone wanting to make the very best of island life.
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