Plot North Of Braefoot

Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute , PA28 6EA

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A rare opportunity to secure a prominent plot within a pretty situation within Campbeltown with partial water views.

Plot North of Braefoot is a parcel of land which lies to the North of the existing house Braefoot.

The site extends to about 0.10 acres.

It is assumed that drainage will be by a SEPA approved private drainage system to be installed by the eventual purchaser.

It is understood that mains electricity is available to the site, as yet not connected.

It is assumed that water will be by mains supply, no connection is established at this time.

Well known tourist and holiday destination.

Planning Consent:
We have been advised by the owners that planning permision has since lapsed, however, it is assumed that reinsatement of planning could be obtained in due course at the expense of a prespective buyer.

Council Reference Number: Ref Numbers: 03/00585/LIB 03/00554/OUT

Plot North of Braefoot is situated approximately 0.6 miles from Campbeltown centre, the main town on the Kintyre Peninsula. From its slightly elevated position the Plot North of Braefoot offers good partial loch views across Campbeltown Bay.

Campbeltown is the main shopping town in the area and provides a range of facilities including
supermarkets, garages, the award winning ‘Aqualibrium’ leisure centre, a library, hospital and a cinema.

There is an emergency air-ambulance service to Glasgow. There are two primary schools as well as secondary education at Campbeltown Grammar. The University of the Highlands and Islands can be accessed locally via Argyll College.Campbeltown is popular with tourists and has a variety of hotels and restaurants. The town has pontoons, sheltered anchorages and a small Sailing Club with moorings. The nationally popular Mull of Kintyre half-marathon is held in May and the annual Mull of Kintyre Music Festival over four days each August.

From the 28th April to 25th September, there are three weekend ferry sailings from Campbeltown to
and from Ardrossan. The West Coast bus service runs four daily coaches to and from Glasgow. By car, via the A83, Glasgow can be reached (in normal driving conditions) in approximately 3 hours.

Tarbert also has a ferry link to Portavadie which gives access to an alternative route to Glasgow via
the Cowal Peninsula. The nearby Campbeltown airport (2 miles) offers a twice daily return flight (30 minutes) to Glasgow International Airport.
The coastal village of Tarbert is 25.9 miles away where there are a number of friendly harbour pubs
and restaurants. Tarbert is renowned for hosting the annual Scottish Series Yachting Event, and for its seafood and folk music. Machrihanish is famous for golf. The links course of Machrihanish is of international acclaim and attracts many visitors. There has also recently opened a new 18-hole golf course called the Machrihanish Dunes.

Locally, there is an 18-hole course at Southend as well as nine-hole courses at Carradale and on the
Island of Gigha. The beach of Machrihanish Bay is well known for windsurfing and surf canoeing.
There are numerous easily accessible sandy beaches nearby.

World class sailing is available with easy access to the Clyde Coast, Arran and the North Channel
across to Ireland from Campbeltown Loch. At Ardrishaig, the Crinan Canal connects Loch Fyne with Loch Craignish. From where, the Southern and Inner Hebrides are readily accessible. The Kennacraig ferry connects the mainland with Islay, Jura and Colonsay.

Productive sea fishing from shore and boat is available locally and there are trout and salmon
opportunities by permit in other surrounding rivers and hill lochs.

The countryside is a delight in which to walk or cycle and there is no shortage of scenic routes and
places of archaeological and historical interest to visit.

The islands of Davaar and Gigha are nearby and are steeped in history, with stunning scenery and
landscapes harbouring an abundance of wildlife.
The Kintyre Way is a fully waymarked 100-mile trail which criss-crosses the peninsula from Tarbert
to Campbeltown. There are serious hiking and gentle rambles, all of which bring home the beautiful reality that is Kintyre.

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

Travel Directions
From Glasgow city centre, travel in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway. Leave the
motorway at J30 following signs for Erskine Bridge. Proceed over bridge turning left onto the
A82. Remain on the A82 for 25 miles going up Loch Lomond side. Bear left at Tarbert on to the
A83. Remain on the A83 for 61 miles passing through Inveraray, Furnace, Minard, Lochgilphead
and Ardrishaig before arriving in Tarbert.

Continue through Tarbert on the A83 following signs for Campbeltown. Upon arrival into
Campbeltown turn right onto the B842, travel along High Street and find Braefoot on the left
hand side, the plot of land sits behind Braefoot on the left hand side.