Full Address: 12 Main Street, Flat A, Campbeltown, Kintyre Peninsula, PA28 6AG
Immaculate One Bed FIRST FLOOR FLAT near to the Co-op supermarket and the ferry terminal. Legionella, Gas Safety, EICR certificates ALL available. Wired Smoke alarms. Sold as seen with furniture.
COMPRISES: Hallway, lounge, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Considered as a harbour view property with original sash style windows. Freehold residential property in listed building. Immaculate Close.
Great spot overlooking the harbour area. Immaculate communal areas with owner occupied flats. One minute from ferry terminal. Perfect for Investor Landlord for use as rental or seasonal holiday let.
Potential rental income is £4,800 per year circa £400 p/m. SALE DUE TO FINANCIAL INSTRCUTION AND RE-LOCATION OF OWNER. Daily flights available to the area from Glasgow Airport. Vacant possession.
Campbeltown is a thriving, high amenity town well served by many high street and local shops including supermarkets, several garages, a college, schools, a medical centre and hospital.
One Bedroom FIRST FLOOR FLAT near to The Co-op supermarket and the ferry terminal. Legionella. Gas safety. EICR certificates. Wired Smoke alarms. Alarm. Sold with furniture. COMPRISES: Hallway, lounge, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Considered as a harbour view property with original sash style windows. Freehold residential property in listed building. Immaculate communal close. The flat would make an ideal buy to let or holiday rental due to location and surrounding amenities. Located, within the town centre and harbour location both popular with locals and tourists during the summer season. Recognised as the main town on the stunning Mull of Kintyre and a popular all year round tourist location. Located in the centre of Campbeltown in the Argyll and Bute district of Scotland. Excellent location in the Heart of the seaside town of Campbeltown. Fantastic looked after close one minute from the ferry port entrance. All certificates for current rental regulations available from seller. Campbeltown is situated right on the coast with some of the most breath taking Scottish scenery right on the doorstep. The population of Campbeltown swells during summer months with many local properties on the peninsula used as holiday homes. The town holds an annual regatta and music festival. The famous Machrihanish championship links golf course was recently ranked 22 by Golf Monthly Magazine out of the top 120 courses in the UK and Ireland.
Campbeltown is the main town on the Mull of Kintyre and the population swells during the summer months with many local properties on the peninsula being used as holiday homes. Campbeltown, has a resident population of around 7,000 people, was famous in days gone by for its part in the whisky industry and, at the present time, three distilleries are still in production. The town has also retained its own fishing fleet and has a splendid natural harbour with separate mooring and pontoon facilities being available for local and visiting yachtsmen. About 2 miles out of town is the local airport which has twice daily weekday flights to and from Glasgow with an in-flight time of 30 minutes. The town offers a good range of amenities including two supermarkets, cinema, hospital and both primary and secondary schooling. Campbeltown Grammar School has an excellent musical tradition having both award wining school brass band and school pipe bands. For the golfing enthusiast the famous championship links at Machrihanish are only 6 miles to the west of town as is the recently opened Machrihanish Dunes Golf Course.Show More