Kintyre hills
Kintyre Country Homes Ltd

FULLY SERVICED BUILDING PLOTS ON KINTYRE COAST
ONLY 5 SITES REMAINING

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Port A’Bhorrain, Dalkeith Farm, Glenbarr, Kintyre

Campbeltown 10 miles, Tarbert 25 miles

SERVICED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PLOTS WITH DETAILED PLANNING CONSENT FOR SALE.
DETACHED PLOTS WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS TO SOUND OF JURA.
ONLY 5 PLOTS REMAINING

Location

Port A’Bhorrain occupies a stunning setting on the west coast of the Kintyre Peninsula and enjoys superb views across open water to the Mull of Kintyre, Islay, Jura and Gigha, 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.

Port A’Bhorrain offers 5 exclusive plots, located on the coastal side of the A83, and with no through traffic. The site is within a stunning agricultural area, within which are lovely areas of beach, coastal rock, flora, fauna, and sea life including seals and dolphins. The western boundaries of the Plots 2, 3 and 5 lead directly to the shore.

Plots

5 superb plots on large detached sites are available, with detailed planning consent for 3 and 4 bedroomed houses. The plots are fully services and all plots have extensive ocean views. Each plot runs down to the shore (except Plot 4 which has views toward the south of Kintyre) and the new houses are sited within a stone’s throw of the coastline. The housing plots are all on levelled ground and have been sown down to grass. A coastal path has been installed for the benefit of residents which gives a walkway along the length of the beach.

The council has restricted the total number of dwelling at Port A’Bhorrain to 10 dwellings, including the existing Farmhouse. Please note that in order to provide larger footprints for the Farmhouse and Plot 5, the area shown as Plot 6 will now be omitted.

The Planning Consent can be view on the Argyll and Bute Council planning portal here. Ref 17/02778/PP.

Deed of Conditions

A Deed of Conditions has been constituted and will form part of the Contract of Sale. This is to ensure the ongoing amenity and maintenance of the development. This covers the maintenance of the private access road, and of the new water supply which has been introduced to the site. It also covers the mutual sewerage system for Plots 1 to 5. The owners will be liable for an equitable contribution on a user basis.

Services

The plots are served by a new mains water supply, electricity supply, foul sewerage system, and trunking for BT fibre optic broadband installed. There is a mutual foul sewerage system for Plots 1-5.

Wildlife

Port A’Bhorrain is a spectacular secluded area, where a plethora of wildlife can be enjoyed. On a typical day oyster catchers, seals, and passing fishing boats can be seen, whilst a wide variety of flora and fauna is growing in the nearby farmland and rocky areas to the east of the road through the site. On occasion, dolphins have been spotted. There are several sites of archaeological interest nearby.


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The Local Area

Glenbarr Village is a small picturesque village has a thriving store promoting local produce, Post Office, popular café and garden centre. The local GP practice is located at Tayinloan (7 miles). There is also a primary school with secondary schooling continuing at Campbeltown or Tarbert. The nearby Argyll Hotel at Bellochantuy is a lovely local inn with restaurant and bar.

A range of shopping, leisure and entertainments facilities can be found in Campbeltown, including library, sports centre and newly reopened Art Deco cinema, in addition to the local hospital and secondary school. Macrihanish also boasts a championship golf course, regarded by many golfers as one of the most challenging Links courses in the country. The coastal village of Tarbert is 26 miles to the north and offers a fine selection of restaurants and shops. Nearby ferry services are available, providing the opportunity to explore the Hebridean islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha to the west and Arran to the east.

Plots for Sale

All plots are fully serviced with mains water, electricity, foul sewerage system, trunking for BT fibre optic broadband.

Plot 2 £75,000 (0.366 acres)
Plot 3 £75,000 (0.466 acres)
Plot 4 £60,000 (0.193 acres)
Plot 5 £85,000 (0.474 acres)
Plot 8 £90,000 (0.6385 acres)

Additional land for pony paddocks etc. may be available by separate negotiation.

Communications

The nearby Macrihanish Airport has daily flights to and from Glasgow (40 minutes). Caledonian MacBrayne operates the Ardrossan to Campbeltown Ferry, running from May to September, which is a lovely 2.5 hours sailing, via Arran.

From Glenbarr there are bus links to Campbeltown, the major town in the area which is 10 miles away, Tarbert and Glasgow.

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

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