McEwan Fraser Legal is an award winning Solicitors and Estate Agents. We have properties for sale all over Scotland and we specialise in residential properties and commercial properties . We strive to provide the best service an Estate Agents can offer; our Property Matching database benefits both sellers and buyers as it matches buyers to their ideal property.
Estate agents in PA20
Featured Agent 130 East Claremont Street, Edinburgh, EH7 4LB981 For sale£201,904 Avg. asking price46 weeks Avg. listing time58 For sale£253,550 Avg. asking price59 weeks Avg. listing time1 For rent£14,976 pa Avg. asking price18 weeks Avg. listing time
Welcome to Bute Property, the only dedicated estate agency practice on the beautiful Island of Bute. Bute Property was established in 1979 and is situated in a prime location in the main retail thoroughfare of Rothesay Town Centre, ideal to catch all passing trade. Bute Property is run by Fiona Cameron who has previous property experience on the Island and took over the business in 2012. Fiona was born and brought up on the Island and is therefore well placed to provide expert, local knowledge to anyone wishing to sell or buy a property on the island. Fiona also has extensive experience of working in the property market on the mainland, having worked in Glasgow for 11 years prior to returning to the island in 2005. Corinne Planck and Leeanne Queen, both of whom were born and brought up on Bute, assist Fiona in the day to day running of Bute Property. The Island of Bute is 15 miles long by 4 miles wide and is situated on the West Coast of Scotland enjoying breath-taking scenery, fabulous wildlife and magnificent walks in the form of the West Island Way. The island is easily accessible and less than an hour’s drive from Glasgow City Centre/Glasgow Airport and also Prestwick Airport. With Caledonian MacBrayne ferries, MV Bute & MV Argyle, your island experience begins the moment you step on board for this relaxing 35 minute journey across The Clyde to our beautiful island. There is also another smaller ferry at the north end of the island which is literally a 5 minute crossing and is the gateway to the rest of Argyll. On your arrival, there are many boutique style shops, bistros, cafes, bars and restaurants to visit. The island also boasts 3 golf courses, Rothesay Golf Course is the only 18 hole golf course, Kingarth on the south side of the island, is a 9 hole links course and Port Bannatyne is as 12 hole course. All three courses have magnificent scenery/views. There are also horse riding facilities, sailing, kayaking, forest walks, amazing beech
Homes on Zoopla66 For sale£111,867 Avg. asking price37 weeks Avg. listing time
Welcome to Wm Skelton & Co, solicitors and estate agents on the beautiful Island of Bute in the Firth of Clyde on the west coast of Scotland. We have properties of all types on our books and we can help you find the right home for your needs. Our staff have extensive local knowledge and provide a personal and professional service. Whether you are selling your existing property or trying to find the perfect new home to enjoy, we are here to help. Contact us to find out more. Read more about life on the Isle of Bute below. The Isle of Bute is the most easily accessible island in this area, only 7 miles from the mainland by frequent ferry service to Wemyss Bay (35 mins) where a rail connection provides direct link to Glasgow (45mins). Both Glasgow and Prestwick Airports are about an hour’s drive from the ferry terminal. A smaller car ferry operates from the north of the island at Rhubodach to Colintraive with a 5 minute crossing to mainland Argyll. There are good educational facilities on the island with a modern joint campus in Rothesay incorporating a pre-five unit, primary and secondary departments and Argyll College. There are two further primary schools; one in Port Bannatyne and one in Rothesay. Two nurseries are available offering childcare. Private child minding is available too. There is also good healthcare provision locally with a local health centre, hospital and maternity unit. A wide range of recreational activities are available including golf, sailing, walking, kayaking, fishing, horse riding, cycling etc. Sports and leisure facilities include a leisure pool, gym, all weather sports pitches and a cinema. Yachting and cruising are also popular and the pontoons and mooring facilities at Rothesay Harbour and the Marina at Port Bannatyne are well supported by locals and tourists alike. Festivals and events are held annually on the island including the increasingly popular ButeFest.
Homes on Zoopla39 For sale£90,763 Avg. asking price73 weeks Avg. listing time
Commercial properties on Zoopla2 For sale£312,500 Avg. asking price81 weeks Avg. listing time
Contact relevant agents
Send a message to estate agents and letting agents matching your search