A rare opportunity to purchase a freehold plot of land in Gourock is available through Bowman Rebecchi, with the potential for further development, community use, or community ownership all on offer within the desirable Castle Levan Estate in Gourock.
The plot for sale forms part of a parcel of land extending to some 1,037 square metres (0.25 acres) and is offered without planning permission. Previous planning applications to Inverclyde Council can be found on its Planning Portal.
Further positive discussions have since taken place with the Council, with development taking place on neighbouring sites adjacent and close by, with the potential to develop the site and create a community space for locals and residents to enjoy.
This plot is located at the heart of the highly popular and affluent residential area of Castle Levan in Gourock, with the site created as part of the Henry Boot development in the 1980s.
Castle Levan provides buyers with attractive views extending towards the Firth of Clyde, Dunoon, Loch Long & the Argyllshire hills.
The sale excludes a 5m x 5m of land on which an electricity sub-station sits, which is owned by SP Energy Networks with 24/7 access required.
For further information regarding the site, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.
A STUNNING LOCATION
The subject land is located adjacent to 35 Dunvegan Avenue, popular with locals and in close proximity to Gourock railway station and ferry terminal, with regular train services to Glasgow and Gourock.
Gourock is located approximately 28 miles west of Glasgow on Scotland's West Coast, with a residential population in excess of 10,000 persons and a core catchment population of approximately 270,000 persons, all within the authority of Inverclyde Council.
Outstanding scenery is on your doorstep, with coastal walks along Cloch Road a 10-minute walk. The unique and iconic Gourock Outdoor Pool and gym is a 6-minute drive as is Gourock town Centre, with its lively and hospitable bars, cafes and independent retailers.
With a rich maritime heritage, Inverclyde is looking again to the River Clyde to support its future growth, with Greenock Ocean Terminal developing a new pontoon and visitor centre to support its 150,000 cruise liner passengers per annum, with Inverclyde seeing over 500,000 visitors per annum.
For tourists, ferry services to Argyll and Bute at McInroys Point are a 3-minute drive, with Kip Marina for access to the beautiful sailing waters of the Clyde an 8-minute drive.
The land benefits from access from the A770 linking to the A8/M8 motorway, providing access to the national motorway network as well as the M74 motorway leading South and is a 40-minute drive to Glasgow International Airport.
CalMac and Western Ferries services to Argyll and Bute are in close proximity with bus and national cycle route 75 available also.
TOTAL SIZE OF PLOT
1,037 Square Meters - 11,162 Square Feet - 0.256 Acres
SAT NAV DIRECTIONS
The postcode for the property is PA19 1AE.
The subjects are within the catchment area for Moorfoot and St Ninian’s Primary Schools, as well as Clydeview Academy and St Columba’s High Schools.
Rates - We are unable to see that the site is currently on the Assessor’s website.
Entry - Early entry is available upon completion of missives.
Price - Our client is seeking offers in the region of £35,000 exclusive of VAT for their freehold interest, on a sold-as-seen basis.
VAT - All prices, rents, premiums, etc. are quoted exclusive of VAT. Interested parties must satisfy themselves as to the instance of VAT in respect of any transaction. There is no VAT on the purchase price.
Legal Costs - Each party is responsible for their own legal costs and the tenant shall be responsible for lease registration costs and land tax as standard.
For further information or to view, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.