Lamlash, Isle of Arran , KA27 8LS
Sold £225,000

  • Robb Residential – Independent full service sales and lettings agency business Flat/Apartment
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An extremely well-presented apartment which enjoys ever changing, uninterrupted, panoramic and often dramatic views out across Lamlash Bay towards the Holy Isle.

Inchlonaig is light, bright, and spacious and laid out over one easily managed level. The property is completed in a combination of red sandstone and white painted sandstone to the side all of which is neatly presented under a dark grey slated roof.

The property forms the upper apartment to the Pharmacy within Lamlash and was at one time the former doctor/pharmacist’s residence. From its raised vantage point Inchlonaig enjoys ever changing, panoramic and often dramatic views out across Lamlash Bay towards the Holy Isle.

The Isle of Arran, Lamlash in particular, is also a well-known holiday destination, and so Inchlonaig will lend itself perfectly as a principal private residency, second or holiday home, or indeed as a buy-to-let income producing investment home.

Via outer front door to welcoming entrance hall, currently set up as boot room/cloaks area, airing cupboard.

Via fitted carpeted staircase to first floor, substantial storage cupboard, light and bright landing, formal sitting room with shelving area, gas imitation fireplace, generous window with uninterrupted water views. Bedroom 1 (double) currently set up as a home office/study area, Kitchen with informal breakfasting/dining bar area all of which are overlooking the bay, formal dining area, open plan pantry, cupboard housing electrical switch gear. Contemporary shower room with heated towel rail, bedroom 2 & 3 (double) with windows to side and rear gardens.

Via a shared wrought iron personal gate at the side of the property to paved pathway which leads around the side to rear gardens, a stone staircase provides access up to colourful and well maintained rear gardens, a graduated staircase leads to extreme rear gardens and is flanked either side with mature lawns, there are multiple alfresco sitting and dining areas throughout the gardens, alongside a mature and well maintained soft fruit and vegetable patch, which offers an array of colourful fruits and kitchen vegies. The gardens are colourful and bounded by mature hedging and bushes to one side and a post and wire fence to the other, while the extreme rear gardens are bounded by a pathway, and from its raised vantage point, offers spectacular views over Lamlash Bay.

There is a shared concrete vehicular hard standing and parking area at the front of the property, which is bounded by a shallow brick wall. A servitude right of access over the vehicular hard standing leads to front door of the property. A sheltered lean-to area, comprises a timber frame and corrugate sheet construction.

Land Plan
The servitude right of access is highlighted within orange within our land plan, while the gardens for Inchlonaig are highlighted in red.
Timber general purpose garden shed, greenhouse.

Inchlonaig is situated in the heart of the popular and scenically attractive Isle of Arran costal village of Lamlash.

The property is situated on the front with the grass promenade separating the property from the foreshore and from where there are uninterrupted and quite scenically spectacular views out across Lamlash Bay to the Holy Isle which dominates the local coastline.

Lamlash is a pretty Island coastal village always popular with visitors and tourists. The village has a number of small hotels, friendly country pubs and cafes, a local church, post office, newsagent/hardware store, chemist, bakery, fast food takeaway, medical centre, small hospital, dentists, a mid sized Co-op as well as some craft/gift shops.

Lamlash is home to Arran High School and there is a primary school in the village.

Brodick is the capital of the island of Arran and is about 5 miles to the north. Brodick has two larger sized Co-op stores and a good range of other leisure and professional services. Brodick is the port from where there is a regular daily ferry service by Caledonian MacBrayne to Ardrossan where there is a main line railway station with trains to Glasgow and which are timed to connect with the ferry sailings.

Prestwick International airport is 16 miles to the south of Ardrossan with Glasgow International airport about 24 miles to the east of Ardrossan.

The island of Arran has a frequent bus service which runs around and across the island, Lochranza is at the north of the island where there is a further ferry terminal to Claonaig on Kintyre.

The island of Arran is some 20 miles long and about 10 miles wide, it offers some of the most spectacular and beautiful scenery in Scotland. There are secluded beaches, rugged granite mountain ridges and glens in the north all dominated by Goat Fell (2866ft), and undulating moorland hills, plains, and valleys in the south. A good road encircles the island for 56 miles and there are two other road which cross the island from east to west.

The island has always been popular with outdoor enthusiasts and activities include walking and hill/mountain climbing.

Equestrian pursuits including riding and pony trekking.

Fishing, burn, loch and sea angling is available to the public, for shore or beach casting fisher people, there are miles of coastline from where one can enjoy sport.

Golf, there are seven golf courses on the island, competitions run over most of the year at most of the courses.

Bowling & Tennis, bowling greens are open to visitors at Brodick, Lamlash and Whiting Bay, there are tennis courts in most villages.

Cycle Hire, many people visit the island to cycle around it, cycles can be hired in Brodick and Lochranza.

Kayaking and sailing are also available on Arran. There is a spots centre with fitness and conditioning gym, various courts for hire and a swimming pool open to the public at the Auchrannie Spa resort in Brodick.

Wildlife watching, Arran is a haven for those interested in wildlife, otters, seals, red squirrels red deer, golden eagles and hen harriers are frequently sighted.

It is also possible to stalk on the island and there are low ground pheasant shoots.

Local Authorities
North Ayrshire Council, Tel: 0845 603 0592.

Council Tax
Inchlonaig is in Council Tax band D and the amount payable for 2020/2021 is £1,801.87 including water and sewerage.

Land Plan
The servitude right of access is highlighted within orange within our land plan, while the gardens for Inchlonaig are highlighted in red.

Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.

Vacant possession will be given on completion.

Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling agents Robb Residential, 150 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NE. A closing date for offers will probably be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents in order to be kept fully informed of any closing date that may be fixed.

Fixtures and fittings
All items normally known as tenant’s fixtures and fittings, including garden ornaments and statuary, are specifically excluded from the sale. However, certain items may be available to a purchaser in addition, by separate negotiation.

Photographs and particulars prepared in June 2021.

From Glasgow city centre proceed in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway, after about 9 miles bear left onto the A737 following signs Irvine. Continue on the A737 bypassing Beith and heading towards Dalry. Leave Dalry on the B780 following signs for West Kilbride. After about 2.7 miles turn left continuing on the B780 following signs for Ardrossan and the Ferry terminal.

On arrival in Brodick, from the ferry, turn left on the A841. Continue for 3.5 miles to reach Lamlash village. Continue along the main front street to find Inchlonaig on the right hand side.