Land for sale Bruichladdich, Isle Of Islay PA49
- Port Charlotte Primary School2.2 miles
- Islay High School2.8 miles
- Islay Airport7.2 miles
- Port Askaig Islay Ferry Terminal11.3 miles
Features and description
- Heritable development site overlooking the Loch Indaal
- Detailed planning permission to build 29 Houses
- Popular holiday destination renown for its scenery, wildlife and whisky distilleries
- Approximate site area 4.82 acres (1.95 hectares)
- Close to Bruichladdich Village
- Bruichladdich Distillery is approximately 0.5 miles to the south
Auction Sale - 07/07/2021
An outstanding opportunity to acquire a heritable development site of approximately 4.82 acres on the sought after Isle of Islay. Detailed planning permission granted to build 29 houses overlooking Loch Indaal. Vacant
The land use surrounding the site is agricultural with site boundaries formed by traditional stone walls, fencing and some vegetation. The site has views over Loch Indaal to the east and is directly bound on the east side by the A847. There is an existing burn which runs west to east along the southern area of the site.
Also known as the Queen of the Hebrides, Islay is a popular holiday destination, renowned for its scenery, wildlife and staggering nine working whisky distilleries. The isle is popular for birdwatching with an abundance of rare birds and large flocks of geese visiting the island every winter.
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Bruichladdich is located on the Island of Islay, Argyll and Bute in the West of Scotland.
Islay is the southernmost of the inner Hebrides islands, with a population of around 3,228 people.
It is located in the south-west of Scotland and can be accessed by ferry or air.
Ferry crossings are regular from Kennacraig to Port Ellen in the south or Port Askaig on the east of the isle and take about two hours.
Flights from Glasgow take 45 minutes and services are also available from Oban.
Islay Airport is located in Glenegedale to the west of the isle, approximately 30 minutes by car from Bruichladdich.
There local bus routes from Bruichladdich which connect across the island.
The A847 runs to the east of the site and is one of two principal roads on the island.
Port Charlotte Primary School is located 2.6 miles south of the site and Islay High School is located in Bowmore, an 8.2 mile drive to the east of the site.
There is a golf links course to the south east of the island.
The west coast of the island looks onto the Atlantic Ocean from the sandy bays of Sanaigmore, Sligo and Machir providing great opportunities for coastal works.
There is a wealth of history in the area dating back to 8000 bc. Islay is also a popular destination for whisky lovers with an annual Islay Whisky Festival.
Local bus routes from nearby Bruichladdich
The development will provide the following:
6 x 5 bedroom houses
9 x 4 bedroom houses
2 x 3 bedroom houses
12 x 2 bedroom houses
The site has the benefit of detailed planning consent granted by Argyll and Bute Council in July 2020 for the erection of 29 dwelling houses, installing a water treatment plant, formation of vehicular access and formation of play park and football pitch. A detailed pack to include site investigation / environmental report, ecology report and transport statement together with the plans and planning decision notice are available within the legal pack.
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