Ms Thomson, Lanarkshire
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With a population of some 13,000 people Stranraer is the second largest town in the Dumfries & Galloway region in the southwest of Scotland and is well known for its ferry port and associated industries. The town itself has benefitted from ongoing redevelopment over the last few years, partly financed by the European Union as part of "The Stranraer and Loch Ryan Waterfront Project", much of which is in evidence within the town centre.
There are a number of local primary and secondary schools catering for educational needs within the area whilst there are also a number of leisure and recreational amenities including a selection of local golf courses and The Ryan Leisure Centre. Stranraer offers a variety of day-to-day shopping facilities and well known high street stores in addition to the larger supermarket brands.
Local transport links include the A77 leading northwards to Ayr, Prestwick & Glasgow (with airports at both Prestwick & Glasgow) and the A75 to Gretna and onwards to join the M6 to Carlisle. Rail services are provided at Stranraer railway station to Ayr, Kilmarnock, Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle. A few miles north of Stranraer at Old House Point Stena Line ferry services provide regular services across to Northern Ireland.
Offered to the market on a 'sold as seen' basis are various parcels of land located with the Leafield Estate in Stranraer with estimated sizes as follows:-
664 square meters
1548 square meters
314 square meters
239 square meters
Offers Over 55,000 are invited for all four plots. Potential purchasers are encouraged to discuss any plans for redevelopment with the local planning department of Dumfries and Galloway Council.
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