Situated in a picturesque setting on the fringe of the popular village of Taynuilt, Plot 2 at Airdeny Mill offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a wonderful serviced residential development plot, benefitting from far reaching views across the surrounding countryside to Ben Cruachan.
The plot is fenced on three sides, with the access already created at the roadside, shared with the neighbouring property. The plot extends to an area of approximately 0.29 acres. Mains power and water are installed to the site and it is assumed that a Bio-Disk Sewage Treatment Plant will be installed by the purchaser at the site as part of the build process.
The plot benefits from full planning permission for the development of a detached four-bedroom residential property, further details of which can be found on the Argyll and Bute planning portal under reference 20/02177/PP.
The surrounding countryside is popular with those looking to enjoy outdoor activities, with many walks and forest trails to explore.
Plot 2 is suitably located for those looking to commute to Oban or the surrounding areas and there are also convenient road and rail links to Glasgow.
The plot is located on the fringe of the village of Taynuilt, a popular village benefitting from a number of traditional stores including butcher, grocer and a Sub-Post Office. It has a modern doctor’s surgery, police station, two churches, a golf course and a tearoom.
The nearby Loch Awe is one of Scotland’s largest and most picturesque freshwater lochs with its wooded shores, ruined castle of Kilchurn and scattered small islands. It attracts numerous visitors to the area, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing, as well as enticing climbers and walkers drawn to the Cruachan and Ben Lui mountain ranges. The area is also popular with those keen on wildlife. Ospreys, deer, eagles and red squirrels can often be seen in the area.
Further services are available in Oban, a vibrant port town with an attractive sea front and busy harbour, well known as the main Caledonian MacBrayne terminal and gateway to the isles. The town offers a full range of shopping facilities as well as banks and professional offices. There are a number of primary schools, a hospital, a leisure centre, a cinema and a high school.
Take the A85 from Oban to Taynuilt, continuing for approximately 12 miles. Upon entering the centre of the village, take the right turn, signposted towards Glen Lonan. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile. The entrance road to Plot two is located on the right-hand side, turning in between two newly constructed wooden-clad houses. The plot is located on the left-hand side after around 50 yards.
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