REDUCED PRICE. A large development plot with consent for ten detached properties and a further large plot with outline planning permission for a single large property.
Detailed planning permission has been previously granted for the erection of ten split level detached houses with fully and partially formed access on the main site.
Planning reference number for larger plot: 05/01236/DET
Outline planning permission has previously been granted on the single plot for a split level dwelling house.
Planning reference number for single plot: 05/01290/OUT
From Glasgow travel west on the M8. Continue for 21 miles to arrive at Port Glasgow. Follow signs Greenock and Gourock on the A770 for 8 miles to reach the Western Ferry terminal at McInroy's Point. Take the ferry to Hunters Quay, Dunoon. Leave the terminal and turn left on the A815. Continue along the coastal road for 3.2 miles and turn right onto Laudervale. Follow road to Gerhallow.
Argyll and Bute Council
The availability of the services have not been checked, however, it is thought that on the main site sustainable services such as sewers, manholes and for foul and storm water drainage has been installed and assumed connected to mains water supply, electricity, gas and drainage.
Gerhallow Development Site is situated in an elevated site which benefits from views over Firth of Clyde towards Gourock on the southern fringe of Dunoon.
Gerhallow Development is situated just off Bullwood road which forms part of the main shore line between Dunoon (1.5miles) and Innellan. Dunoon is the main administrative centre for the Cowal Peninsula and has a complete range of shopping, leisure and professional services. The town has a good range of welcoming pubs and restaurants, a theatre, cinema, swimming pool and leisure centre.
Gerhallow Development Site is 8 miles from both the Caledonian MacBrayne and Western Ferries terminals from where there are frequent passenger and vehicular sailings across to Gourock. From here, the road and public transport links make it possible to commute on a daily basis to Glasgow and the central belt. Holiday makers enjoy the feeling of apparent mainland detachment created by the pleasant short ferry crossing.
It is equally possible to drive to Glasgow via Loch Lomond which takes a little longer but is via some of the most famous and breathtaking countryside in western Scotland.
Dunoon is the gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and can easily be described as having some of the most dramatic and picturesque scenery in the west of Scotland, it is indeed an outdoor enthusiasts' playground.
As with most parts of Scotland, one is never too far from a golf course and Dunoon is no exception with the district having three challenging courses.
The expanding Holy Loch Marina is nearby with its berthing and associated chandlery services, an excellent base from which to sail and explore the world famous lower Clyde and Kyles of Bute inland sea lochs and waterways.
Sea fishing is available on the Firth of Clyde and it is possible to fish for salmon and sea trout by permit on some of the rivers and lochs of the district.
Some of the local estates can, by arrangement, offer rough and commercial shooting as well as opportunities to stalk for roe, sika and red deer.
The area is renowned for its spectacular scenery and wildlife, there are near endless walks, hill climbs and quiet country roads offering wonderful rambling and cycling country.