Offering a rarely available building plot, one of very few plots available on the island, this quietly located land is accompanied by approved plans for a detached three-bedroom family home designed to maximise its position with breath-taking mountain and sea views.
• Rarely available plot of land
• Quiet location close to amenities
• Proximity to main ferry port
• Approved & amendable architect plans
• Plans for three-bedroom detached house with upside-down living promising spectacular views
• Plans include attached garage, driveway & gardens
This delightful setting is pleasantly tucked away on the outskirts of the village of Brodick and therefore is handily within strolling distance of everyday amenities. The village boasts the islands main ferry terminal, linking to the mainland, where commuting to Glasgow and nearby airports takes just 30 minutes.
Permission has been approved for an attractive and unique detached house to be built on the land. Architect plans for the property promise three bedrooms, two bathrooms and upper-level living, with an open-plan area encompassing almost the entire first floor, to ensure enviable, uninterrupted views towards the sea. The plans also incorporate a generous garden and excellent private parking with an attached garage and a driveway. For those wishing to customise these plans to their requirements, changes can be made by approaching North Ayrshire Council. Further information is available on request.
This rarely available building plot is positioned on the outskirts of the village. The Isle of Arran (aka Scotland in Miniature) has everything to offer a welcoming community, forest trails and mountain peaks, sheltered beaches and a vast range of local heritage, crafts and produce.
Brodick, Arrans capital, has two Co-op supermarkets, a great selection of individual shops, restaurants, cafés and a full range of services including a primary school, nursery, library and medical centre. Brodick Castle, with its world famous gardens, and the Auchrannie Spa Hotel, with its two swimming pools and all its amenities, including a beauty salon if you fancy some pampering are close-by. The Heritage museum, Cheese shop, Arran Aromatics and Brewery are all within a short walk - where you can also pick up the start of the Goatfell path.
Brodick hosts the islands main ferry terminal from which there are regular sailings throughout the day, serviced by Caledonian MacBrayne, to the mainland at Ardrossan. Commuters and travellers now benefit from Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) ferry fares. The port of Ardrossan has a mainline rail station, with direct trains to Glasgow that connect with the ferry times, and is approximately 30 miles from Glasgow City Centre. Prestwick International Airport is 16 miles to the south of Ardrossan, with Glasgow International Airport 24 miles east of Ardrossan.
The village of Lamlash, only a short drive from Brodick, is home to the Islands High School and hospital. It also offers a range of shops, restaurants and cafés. A frequent bus service runs around and across the island and, at Lochranza, there is a ferry terminal that allows quick access to the stunning West of Scotland via Claonaig. Kintyre here we come !