Kintyre Country Homes Ltd
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    We also have plots available on the Isle of Colonsay
    (Now sold)
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    We also have plots available on the Isle of Colonsay
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Dalkeith Farm, Glenbarr, Kintyre

Campbeltown 10 miles, Glasgow 121 miles

SERVICED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PLOTS WITH DETAILED PLANNING CONSENT FOR SALE.
DETACHED PLOTS WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS TO SOUND OF JURA

Location

Dalkeith Farm (Port A’Bhorrain Farm) occupies a stunning setting on the west coast of the Kintyre Peninsula and enjoys superb views across open water to the Mull of Kintyre, with the Ulster coast and Rathlin Island visible on a clear day. The site includes approximately ½ mile of foreshore, with rocky outcrops and sandy beaches. Kintyre itself has some of the most outstanding and dramatic scenery to be found in Scotland, with a climate warmed by the Gulf Stream.

The site originally housed a dairy farm, and has been upgraded to retain the original farmhouse and part of the steading, but also to accommodate 5 substantial plots on large footprints with spectacular views, fine nature walks, and the beach within 100 metres.

The site has a private access through an adjacent property and therefore enjoys no through traffic. The number of houses within the site is limited to 10, giving a small secluded and peaceful setting to a wonderful site.

The local Village is Glenbarr (1 mile) which houses local shop and post office, garden centre with coffee shop, and bus link to Campbeltown, the major town in the area which is 10 miles away. The local GP practice is located at Tayinloan (7 miles).

A range of shopping, leisure and entertainments facilities can be found in Campbeltown, in addition to the local hospital, secondary school and the nearby Macrihanish Airport, with daily flights to Glasgow. Macrihanish also boasts a championship golf course, regarded by many golfers as one of the most challenging Links courses in the country. The coast village of Tarbert can be found approximately 26 miles to the north and is a popular destination with travelling yachtsmen. Nearby ferry services are available, providing the opportunity to explore the Hebridean island of Islay, Jura and Gigha to the west and Arran to the east.

Caledonian MacBrayne has recently opened the Ardrossan to Campbeltown Ferry, which operates from May to September, which is a lovely 2.5 hours sailing, via Arran.

By road, Inveraray is 63 miles, Tarbert is 25 miles, and Glasgow is 121 miles