2 lots of farmland and a croft with development permission up for grabs
Galbraith is marketing two separate blocks of farmland and a croft with permission for residential development in Argyll and Bute, each offering an excellent opportunity for the purchaser.
The three properties are: The Croft at Tayvallich, the Land at Cardross and the Land at Millhouse.
Harry Graham of Galbraith, who is handling the sales, said:
In each case this is a great opportunity to acquire land suitable for amenity or agricultural purposes in an attractive part of Scotland.
“The land at Millhouse and the land at Cardross are both in very scenic but accessible locations. The croft with planning permission in Tayvallich is situated within a beautiful harbour village much loved by tourists and the sailing community.”
The Croft at Tayvallich
The Croft at Tayvallich is an 18-acre registered croft benefiting from planning consent which offers the potential to create a bespoke house in an elevated location just outside the beautiful village of Tayvallich on the Knapdale Peninsula.
The croft has lovely views across the Taynish National Nature Reserve and the Sound of Jura to the west.
The Croft at Tayvallich extends to approximately 18.21ac (7.37ha) in total and is split into areas of rough grazing ground interspersed with terraced heathland and broadleaved woodland.
The Croft at Tayvallich is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £100,000.
The Land at Cardross
The Land at Cardross is a productive area of grazing land extending to 7.80ac (3.16ha) and enjoying views over the river Clyde.
The land is bordered to the north by the A814 which links Cardross to Dumbarton and is bordered to the south by the North Clyde Railway Line.
All of the land has been classified as Grade 4.2 by The James Hutton Institute.
There is direct access on to the A814 via a field gate, providing swift access onto the A82.
The land is for sale for offers over £25,000 through Galbraith.
The Land at Millhouse
The Land at Millhouse is a productive block of pasture land in a peaceful but accessible location on the Cowal Peninsula, close to popular settlement Tighnabruaich.
The land has been classified as Grade 4.1 by The James Hutton Institute and is currently all down to pasture.
The land is split into two separate parcels, both benefiting from gated access from the adjoining public road and a combination of stone dykes and post and rylock boundary fencing.
Tighnabruaich provides day-to-day services and the property is less than an hour’s drive from Dunoon.
Nearby Portavadie has a regular ferry service connecting to Tarbert and giving access to the Kintyre Peninsula and the Western Isles.
The property is for sale as a whole for offers over £40,000 through Galbraith.