Situated on the edge of Lamlash, Arran’s main village, this site extends to approximately 11.3 acres and is being sold as a single lot. It is an elevated slightly sloping site overlooking both the village and Lamlash Bay, and contains a mixture of natural paddock areas and woodland, bounded by the Monamore Burn on the north edge and by the main road on the southern edge. The site has historically been used for horses but would be suitable for a variety of other purposes.
Although situated on the edge of the village the site is outside the settlement boundary of the current Local Development Plan. Residential development would presently not be supported unless in specific circumstances outlined in the Countryside Objective of Strategic Policy 1 in the Local Development Plan: Adopted Local Development Plan (north-ayrshire.gov.uk) .
Following the A841, the island’s main road through Lamlash, the site can be accessed via a gated entrance on the west side of the plot just after the Monamore bridge.
This substantial site is located on the edge of the popular village of Lamlash which boasts many facilities including a supermarket and post office, medical centre, hotels, restaurants, pubs, cafes, a variety of shops, hairdressers, a garage and petrol station. The village is also home to the island’s cottage hospital, dental practice, council offices, police, coastguard and lifeboat stations. Lamlash benefits from its own Early Years nursery and primary school and the island’s only high school. As well as the popular 18-hole golf course there is a bowling green, tennis courts and boating & watersport facilities in the bay. The site is located close to the Dyemill forestry trails which are popular with walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders. The neighbouring village of Whiting Bay is less than 3 miles from the site and also has a golf course, a fabulous Art Gallery as well as an excellent selection of shops and restaurants.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.