Ladyfield Glen Aray
Approx 7 acres - Private rural setting - Full planning in place for 2 styles of home - 10 minutes to town - Services on site - Stone stable block - Rare opportunity - Agricultural reg in place for livestock - Stunning views - On site static accommodation included if required.
Approx 7 acres
Private rural setting
Services on site
Full planning in place for 2 styles of home
10 minutes to town
Stone stable bock
Agricultural reg in place for livestock
On site static accommodation included if required
A rare sale of approximately 7 acres of land with planning permission in place for 2 different styles and budget of property. Planning ref 16/00267/PP and 18/01415/P. Visit Argyll and Bute planning or email for full details. Derelict 2 bed stone built cottage now demolished and site cleared. The site benefits from a large stone built stable/barn (prime for conversion (subject to usual consents and planning permission)). Entry is by a private track over newly upgraded and widened bridge, with paddock for horses or livestock, large hard standing and pond. Agricultural registration completed for livestock.
Mains electricity, new private water supply and private drainage. Broadband and digital television are available.
Perfect opportunity for a self sufficient life style.
Ladyfield is located 6 miles from Inveraray on the road to Oban that is a further 32 miles north. The ever popular Loch Awe is only 3 miles away. The property enjoys some fantastic views down Glen Aray with a West facing outlook to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. A mixture of grounds are included in the sale with fields, paddock and a small woodland.
Inveraray is the Royal Burgh town of Argyll and ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, who founded the town in 1745, alongside his new dwelling, Inveraray Castle. Much of the town, including the church, was designed by the Edinburgh-born architect Robert Mylne between 1772 and 1880.
Inveraray is a thriving community; there is an established high street with a few independent retailers, grocers, post office and bank. There are a number of guest houses, a youth hostel and hotels that service the village. The Loch Fyne Hotel benefits from a leisure complex with swimming pool. There are a number of bars and restaurants in the village and the newly opened Samphire seafood restaurant and renowned Loch Fyne Restaurant and Oyster Bar which is a short drive away.
Inveraray is the gateway to the Highlands and Islands and as such it offers access to national parks, mountains, glorious gardens and beautiful island. There is an extensive choice of historic sites, castles and monuments in close proximity. The area provides for a range of outdoor pursuits including horse riding, shooting, fishing, cycling, sailing and golf. The Inveraray Golf Club is a beautiful, but challenging, nine hole course.
City Link run a bus service from Oban to Glasgow 3 times a day 7 days a week. Dalmally train station (9 miles) runs 4 trains a day to Glasgow and Oban. Tesco have recently started delivering to this area
Stable/barn Stone built with timber frame and slate roof Approx size 90 sq.m
All measurements approximate and descriptions are for guidance only.