Ms Thomson, Lanarkshire
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This remarkable building plot is unquestionably one of the finest to become available to the open market within the affluent and historic town of Helensburgh in recent years.
Situated within one of the town's most prestigious 'pockets' and situated with the grounds to the south of Dolphin House the plot affords breathtaking panoramic vistas from Ardmore Point to the east over to the Rosneath peninsula to the west and beyond to the lower reaches of the Clyde estuary.
Extending to 0.4 acres the plot will be accessed independently from East Dhuhill Drive and will provide one of the best views on offer from any house within this desirable coastal town.
Planning permission has been granted for a bespoke detached family home and prospective buyers can access detailed site information from Slater Hogg & Howison's Helensburgh office on 01436 671131. The current planning consent is also accessible fro Argyll & Bute's planning department's website under their reference - 16/01150/PP.
All services details including water, gas, electricity and drainage are readily accessible and are detailed on an email package available through our agency.
The scope offered by the plot will allow buyers to build a bespoke, high calibre home. The site will attract the interest of discerning professionals and retirees seeking an opportunity to create a 'landmark' home which will offer an extraordinary quality of life in the coming years.
West Dhuhill Drive is within the catchment of Hermitage primary school and Hermitage Academy and is conveniently located within a third of a mile of the Lomond School, an HMC independant co-educational school.
Surrounded by some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery, Helensburgh, known as the 'Garden Town' of the river Clyde, was the holiday destination of the city merchants and is renowned for its tree lined avenues and famed for its handsome Victorian mansions.
The town offers a wealth of amenities including: a regular train service to Glasgow and Edinburgh (journey time of around 45 minutes to Glasgow), a broad selection of shops, Waitrose supermarket, places of historic and cultural interest, health care facilities, banks, a selection of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, parish churches, leisure centre and local parks.
Sports and recreational pursuits are well catered for with the provision of cricket, rugby, football, tennis, squash, bowling, golf and sailing clubs. Rhu marina and the Royal Northern and Clyde yacht club are conveniently situated some 2 miles to the west of Helensburgh.
Fishing, hill-walkers and out-door enthusiasts are spoilt with the wealth of amenities on offer surrounding the estuary and National park which include country estates, challenging mountain ranges, nature trails, water sports facilities and out-door centres.
The Clyde estuary and the Lomond and Trossachs National Park are areas of outstanding natural beauty. The National Park is home to Loch Lomond golf course, the renowned De Vere Cameron House hotel and the championship standard Carrick golf course and spa.
Glasgow city centre - 27 miles. Glasgow Airport - 23 miles. Loch Lomond - 6 miles.
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