Built in 1970, this detached bungalow is located adjacent to the local primary school within the village of Clachan. Clachan is situated on the west coast of the Kintyre peninsula, approximately 10 miles to the south of the west coast fishing harbour town of Tarbert. The village of Clachan has a Primary School, Church and a village shop which incorporates a post office and petrol station.
The property itself sits in level gardens and offers accommodation of entrance vestibule, reception hall, l-shaped lounge with dining area, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms. There is double glazing throughout and heating.
Viewing strictly by arrangement. Tel: Estates@argyll
Argyll and Bute Council seeks to dispose of its title for the Former Schoolhouse, Clachan. Interested parties may inspect the Council’s title to the property which is available for inspection by appointment at the Estates Office. Property Development & Estates, Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre, Clyde Street, Helensburgh, G84 7PG
Home Report Available
Council Tax Band E
Energy Performance Certificate Rating F
Services include mains water, sewer, electricity and telecoms
The successful purchaser will be required, at their sole expense, to construct a vehicular access from the adjoining public highway in to the subjects of sale for the purposes of providing off-street car parking. Advice from Argyll & Bute Council’s Roads & Amenity Services is that the Council would have no objections to the formation of an access and parking area being constructed, subject to standard conditions being met. Interested parties should satisfy themselves on this point and may contact the Council’s Roads & Amenity Services for further information on Tel: Contact may also be made with the Council’s Planning Office to establish whether planning permission will be required for the formation of the access.
Argyll and Bute Council is seeking offers from prospective purchasers for the Former Schoolhouse, Clachan Argyll & Bute. Interested parties should contact the Estates Office to arrange viewing. When a closing date is set all interested parties will be notified and all offers must be received by 12 noon on that closing date. These should be submitted in standard Scottish legal form. The Council will not accept late offers under any circumstances. Offers can be accepted by email or post and instructions will be advised at the time when a closing date is set. Prior to submitting an offer you are strongly recommended to take appropriate professional advice. Property particulars may be downloaded from the Council website. If you wish us to send these to you please let us know by contacting us on:
Argyll and Bute Council give notice that: All particulars are set out as a general outline only, for the guidance of intended purchasers and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. The particulars are believed to be correct but are supplied for information only and no reliance should be placed thereon. All descriptions, dimensions, areas, reference to condition and necessary conditions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith, and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchaser should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves with inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them Argyll and Bute Council does not bind itself to accept the highest or any other offer and supplying these particulars is not issuing instruction. Argyll and Bute Council will not therefore bear liability for any expenses incurred by intending purchasers in inspecting the property, or for Agent’s and other fees incurred by any intending purchaser in respect of property. The successful Offeror must satisfy themselves as to the condition of the property and terms of the title deeds. The Council gives no warranty in respect of any of these issues. The subjects are offered for sale in their current condition as at the date of offer. Any plans referred to are indicative only and are not intended to define the extent of the Council’s ownership. The purchase price shall be payable on entry. Any offers received may be the subject of a report to a Local Area Committee or Full Council. Offers must state the proposed purchase price in figures and in words.