Closing date set on sale of former police station with residential redevelopment potential in Carradale
Acting on the instructions of Police Scotland, Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has set a closing date of 12 noon on Wednesday 28th July on the sale of a former police station with residential development potential in Carradale, Campbeltown.
Carradale is a popular tourist destination within the Argyll & Bute area with the property located on the western periphery of the town along the B879.
The B879 links Carradale to the B842, which provides the town with easy access to the wider road networks. Surrounding properties are predominantly residential, though a post office and petrol filling station are located nearby.
The detached former residential dwelling, with an ancillary area previously operating as a police station, extends to an entrance hallway, living room, three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and a rear office.
The 888 sq ft building occupies a level site and features a dedicated driveway with a garden to the front and rear. It also benefits from a small outhouse to the rear, used for storage purposes.
Adam Honeyman, surveyor at Shepherd, said: “This building represents a rare opportunity to secure a property with residential redevelopment potential, subject to planning, within the popular tourist destination of Argyle & Bute.
“Unsurprisingly, this unique property has generated a great deal of interest among potential purchasers keen to secure an attractive holiday home in a rural location of outstanding natural beauty as well as from landlords seeking to expand their portfolios to meet the demand of a booming staycation market.”
Offers over £110,000 are invited by the closing date of 12 noon on Wednesday 28th July. Interested parties should contact the sole selling agent for further details on tel 0141 331 2807.
For further information please contact Adam Honeyman on tel 0141 331 2807