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Fixed price £45,000

Plot Of LandArrochar, Dunbartonshire, G83 7AA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2019
  • Planning permission for 2 bed dwelling
  • Two car parking spaces
  • Over looking Loch Long
  • 0.204 acre

A plot of land in the village of Arrochar

About this property

  • Planning permission has been granted by Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (application number (2015/0223/DET) for the erection of a detached two bedroom dwelling house.

    Please note that only two of the car park spaces can be used by the owners of the plot, the other two are for public use.

    *Pictures taken in November 2016.

A self build plot in popular village yet within easy reach of Helensburgh.

Caroleanne GallagherProperty agent

Local information

  • The plot is set on the road on the opposite side of the road from Loch Long and is surrounded by some of Scotland's finest scenery. Loch Long is a tidal loch and open to the Clyde so offers excellent sailing, fishing and other water sports.
  • Arrochar is situated in Scotland's first National Park and is a popular and attractive village which lies on the shores of Loch Long, just a few miles west of Loch Lomond. The range of mountains surrounding Arrochar have become known as the Arrochar Alps and include four Munros and six Corbetts, the best known of which is the Cobbler.
  • The village of Arrochar offers a range of shops for everyday needs, a petrol station, village inn and a primary school. There is an early morning commuter rail service from Tarbet and Arrochar station to the centre of Glasgow. Private schooling is available at Lomond School in Helensburgh or at the many Glasgow schools.
  • Sporting activities in the area abound, including wind surfing, sailing, hill walking and climbing. The Loch Lomond Golf Club (13 miles) boasts an international membership and one time was host to the Scottish Open Championship.

Additional information

  • Directions: Travelling from Glasgow westbound on the M8, take the cut off for the Erskine Bridge. Cross the bridge and filter left (A82) signposted Crianlarich. Follow the signs for Loch Lomond passing the loch on the right hand side and continue to Tarbet. Take the A83 from Tarbet to Arrochar. Proceed towards the village and the plot is on the right hand side at the car park.
  • EPC Exempt