Argyll and Bute Council offer this substantial residential development site with a Local Plan allocation for over 100 units which is located just outside Helensburgh and commands spectacular views over the Gare Loch. The site includes the B listed Blairvadach House.
This prime development site extends to around 8.66 Hectares although the developable area is considered to be around 3.24 Hectares (8 acres). The Local Plan has an allocation of 112 units for the site with a requirement for 25% affordable homes. The site is conveniently located 2 miles from Helensburgh and benefits from an elevated position which offers outstanding views over the Gare Loch while retaining the convenience of local services. The opportunity includes the B listed Blairvadach House which was designed by the architect J T Rochead in around 1850 for the Lord Provost of Glasgow. The building was originally designed as a Scots Baronial home but has more recently been used as offices but is considered to be suitable for conversion.
Argyll & Bute Council is seeking expressions of interest from prospective purchasers of the site at Blairvadach, Helensburgh, G84 8ND. Your expression of interest should include:-
1. Your name and contact details;
2. Details of the proposed development.
It is not necessary to include your financial offer until a closing date is set. Expressions of interest should be registered using the contact details below and following receipt, the Council will retain your details and advise of a closing date should one be set:
Please contact : Estates Office, Argyll & Bute Council, Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre, Helensburgh, G84 7PG, 01436 658 957.
Property particulars with further details can be downloaded here.
A few things about this property:
- Land for sale
- Blairvadach, Rhu, Helensburgh, G84 8ND
- Substantial lochside residential development site
- 8.68 hectares with Local Plan allocation for over 100 units
- Includes B listed Blairvadach house
Helensburgh is an affluent commuter town of Glasgow, part of Argyll and Bute council and lying on the north shore of the Firth of Clyde where it meets the shore entrance to Gareloch.
The town is 31.9 miles (51 km) by road and is served by three rail stations, with direct links to Glasgow, Edinburgh and London. Helensburgh is also the birthplace of John Logie Baird, the inventor of the television.
The town is home to handsome buildings, elegant tree lined streets and a long promenade, being the location of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's famous "Hill House". There are good schooling options, both state and private institutions. Ideal for the outdoor enthusiast and very close to Loch Lomond, there are also numerous sports clubs, including sailing on the Clyde Estuary.